The Twelve Apostles Hotel offers 55 luxurious rooms & 15 suites, elegantly decorated in soothing shades of pales. Each interior is unique and all feature exquisite ocean or mountain views and are equipped with air-conditioning, media players and en-suite bathrooms. The hotel’s piece de resistance is its Presidential Suite, spanning 151 square metre and featuring a private lounge, 8-seater dining room and spacious sea-facing terrace. A stay at the Twelve Apostles includes the use of facilities at the award-winning Sanctuary Spa, including state-of-the-art flotation tanks, hydrotherapy pools and sauna.
The spa also offers a range of holistic mind-body treatments that can be booked on arrival, many of which employ healing infusions of indigenous flora.
The hotel’s highly acclaimed Azure Restaurant also draws on the Cape’s local fynbos vegetation in preparing its sumptuous cuisine, offering dishes such as springbok loin with a honeybush sultana reduction and rooibos creme brûlée.
Alternatively, the Cafe Grill serves lighter bites and bistro style meals, while the opulent Leopard Lounge is a magical place to enjoy a drink while you watch the sun setting over the Atlantic.
The pristine natural surroundings of this luxurious hotel belie the fact that it’s located just a short drive from Cape Town city centre and the renowned V and A Waterfront shopping complex. This can be reached by means of the hotel’s free shuttle. Also nearby is Camps Bay with its long sandy beach and tidal pool. The glitzy Camps Bay promenade is lined with trendy shops, bars and restaurants.
In the other direction is Llandudno, a quieter beach that offers good surf when conditions are right. Scuba divers don’t have to go far from the hotel to indulge their passion – just a stone’s throw away from the Hotel is the popular Coral Gardens dive site, with its vivid array of marine life.