The high tea is served in the leopard bar , even with a booking we found slight confusion , the tea selection is not explained and arrives mostly weak and tasteless in a small tea pot the cake and pastries were fine but could of included a few extra pieces considering what u pay , the view is stunning and makes up for some lapses but to really experience high tea try some where else e.g.Mount Nelson or on of the others on offer
"Amazing hotel and Staff could not fault 5***"
Where to begin, what a fantastic place to stay. We went here for my das 60th age range from 5-60 The staff could not do enough for you, they put themselves out wherever you were. We had a family room which was wonderful and the sea rooms are fantastic. The pool areas were spotless and the staff around them could not do enough to make you comfortable and also to make sure you have everything. Special Thanks to Angus in the Leopard Bar, and to Stacey and Jacqui at the pool. The hotel is spotless in all areas. The restaurant for breakfast lunch and dinner was superb. The facilities and just the overall feel of the hotel was immense. One of the best hotels I have ever stayed in right from the concierge, front desk, cleaners, barr staff, management. We will def be going back. Many Thanks for a wonderful trip. Morris Family x
"Only one tiny blip!"
Fantastic! A truly memorable few days. Service is stunning - well done Bea Tollman and Jonathan Raggett (and probably many others) the training must be top dollar. Food, wines, people all tremendous and the location is heavenly. Spa is superb too - only one tiny blip - treatments booked being announced to spa audience on arrival. Luckily a Thai massage and reflexology is palatable but would have been less thrilled if it was a Brazilian and eye brow tattoos! Minor detail - will be back - it was a wonderful few days...
"Laet yourself be pampered"
Location, location, location. The ocean, the walks, the drives. This hotel is superbly situated with a shuttle running into Capetown some 25 minutes (no rush!) Rooms are elegant,clean and cool. Service is friendly where nothing is too much trouble and being lazy, the hotel restaurant provides superb food at an excellent price. E.g. 3 courses with inbetween tasters and a bottle of Merlot say £72. Breakfast is a joy and luxurious past time.Our thanks to Thuli and Tove for arranging everything we needed.
A few Sundays back, we went for a mid-morning coffee at the 5-star Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa in Camps Bay. It has a balcony with beautiful views of the ocean and the mountains which we enjoy. Imagine our surprise when on arrival at the barrier to the car park, we were peremptorily informed, by a guard in a pith helmet, that the hotel was full and we could not go in. There were no notices or other more acceptable means of convening this message, which for such a highly rated hotel is, in my view, a very poor performance. It occurred to me later that we are here in the high season and overseas tourists’ hard currency dominates the leisure market and locals are of little import. Conversely, whilst in the low season, The Twelve Apostles offers seductive packages to the locals in the absence of foreigners. With the already existing tensions in the South African society, such a treatment of locals is not helpful. Perhaps prospective visitors should take this into their consideration.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM