The Bloomberg Camps Bay

Address: 6 Link Road, Camps Bay, Western Cape, 8005, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Camps Bay area of Camps Bay, is near Robben Island, Camp's Bay Beach, District Six, and City Hall.
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      Travel Blogs from Camps Bay

      Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Nov 21, 2014

      ... African dancing with a little attitude. Whether it was consequence of the previous night or the fact that adrenaline rush trip was complete Ryan and I were both exhausted and ready to head back to the lodge for bed at like 8 PM. We said our final final goodbyes to the group and all parted ways for our evening lodgings. It is hard to put into words how amazing Africa was to us. We feel so lucky to experience this amazing continent and are already making plans for our ...

      CTown Day 3: Table Mount. & Stellenbosch Viney

      A travel blog entry by dgoldbost on Sep 08, 2014

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... rolling down the mountain. Looked very cool and got some great shots. After about an hour jumped on the cable car and headed back down. We were then off to Steenberg Vinyard. As you leave Cape Town you can't help but notice the townships along the side of the highway. One minute there are million dollar homes and the next its falling down 10X10 shacks as far as the eye can see. Different groups of kids playing soccer along the highway for ...

      Bo-Kaap and Beautiful Stellenbosch

      A travel blog entry by rok1_89 on May 25, 2014

      3 photos

      ... was absolutely beautiful and capping off our stroll around the city with classy lunch buffet was the cherry on the cake. I like the fact that in this part of the country, a lot of historical buildings and architecture is kept cleaned and well maintained, and how one is able to see the influences of all Dutch, British, and Native Africans literally from house to the next. Very diverse place for a small town, that is Stellenbosch. ...

      Can't go further south...

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Apr 11, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... reclamation to build a proper harbour the ford now stands well inland. At first it was built to withstand attacks from the natives and later the attacks from the English. The place is now a museum. At a later time the Dutch had to surrender it to the British. Studying all the exhibits you don’t particular leave with a proud feeling whether you have Dutch or British heritage. Apartheid was born there and slave trade flourished. ...

      The Fire Hickey and a penguin

      A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on Jul 07, 2013

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... by a couple of friends. We then finished up our afternoon getting famous milkshakes from the Protea Fire and Ice! Hotel. These things are crazy, delicious, and have so many flavors! We got pumpkin and marshmallow (made with real pumpkin we found some real pumpkin chunks) that tasted like pumpkin cake batter, and spicy Lindt chocolate (called the Fire Hickey). Definitely worth it. Then it was packing time and bed time so we could make our 6am flight in the morning. Zanzibar here we ...