POD Camps Bay Boutique Hotel
Cape Town is a pleasure-seekers paradise, and part of Africa, but more an extension of the Med.
The film and fashion crowds have long had an enduring love affair with photogenic Cape Town, and the accommodation that has sprung up to house them, is well equipped to deal with the diva in all of us.
Camps Bay is one of the world’s most desirable destinations, and the hip hub where you find the great restaurants, cool bars and little shops. And POD Boutique Hotel is in the seaside centre of it.
Overlooking Camp Bay’s main beach, the rectilinear architecture of POD is gaining currency along the Atlantic Seaboard. With only 15 rooms, glass walls, sleek open-plan interiors and chic accessories, POD oozes style and sophistication. POD Camps Bay delivers design with a big D, and it’s terribly relaxed too, the reason why it appeals to an international, design-savvy crowd.
This boutique hotel has a variety of rooms from Mountain Rooms to Deluxe suites, presenting the pinnacle of modern design and architecture. Some come with private plunge pools, rain showers, patio’s or balconies, and all share the glory of mountain and sea views.
Food is not POD’s thing; cocktails are. The bar, which is ideal for sunbathing during the day, offers yummy cocktails, and is also a very cool spot to fully enjoy your night.
Watch the body conscious doing yoga on the beach from your balcony, take some time to relax by the infinity pool, or step outside your door and be in the thick of the action. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience South Africa’s most famous beach. The staff will set up sun-loungers, beach towels and umbrellas on Camps Bay beach for you whenever you wish. Or rent a car and opt for whale watching in Hermanus (November), white shark diving in Gansbaai for the thrill seeker, or go wine tasting in Stellenbosch.