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The biggest of three units, the upper level of 17 Geneva is modern, sophisticated and very aesthetically pleasing. It houses an antique-style desk in one corner, permitting those who have work to do a chance to do so in peace. A relatively big living room, complete with a stunning flat screen television and DSTV, leads onto a partly covered veranda with an exclusive sauna just around the corner that boasts exquisite views of the sea and neighbouring mountains. The apartment is within close enough proximity to the ocean in order for you to enjoy its cool breezes and fresh aromas, but is enclosed by some greenery that affords you the some privacy. Here, you can indulge in a sense of tranquillity and seclusion despite it being close to one of the most-loved areas of Cape Town. It is also within easy walking distance to the gorgeous beach and stylish restaurants.
The private swimming pool is the perfect spot to relax after a long day of exploring the city, and a heater is provided to heat up cold fingers in the colder months of winter. The cosy bedroom boasts stunning sea views and has access to the veranda as well as the sauna, for those intimate nights spent sipping on cocktails amongst the inviting steam. The en-suite bathroom has been designed for the most detailed requirements, with a large full-glass shower and beautiful built-in cupboards. The pristine open-plan kitchen houses stainless steel counter tops and sparkling grey, marble-style floor tiles, which add to the stylish elements of the place. The kitchen is equipped with the majority of home essentials, including a contemporary cooker, fridge with freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. You will be able to park on the street outside of the apartment, where your car will be safe in the hands of this esteemed neighbourhood.
- Coffee/Tea in Room
- Laundry Self Service
- Non-smoking Rooms
- Private Pool
- Serviced daily
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The ‘Riviera of the South Africa’, Camps Bay is where the rich and famous strut their designer wear.
The Camps Bay strip is famous for its bars, restaurants and beautiful white sandy beach. A popular place for locals to sit back, relax and watch the sunset, while sipping a beautiful cocktail.
It is well known for multi million dollar apartments and villas.
More than enough restaurants can be found in Camps Bay, but to just name a few worth a visit we would recommend you to go to Blues the icon of the ultra-trendy Camps Bay, Paranga Cape Town’s coolest culinary experience where you can eat delicious sushi, Pepper Club where you can enjoy the sea view while sipping on cocktails, or indulging in exceptional seafood lunches or sunset dinners and The Raj Restaurant offers all the splendour of traditional North Indian cuisine.
What to do
When you are in Camps Bay you should not forget to relax on the beautiful beach, maybe some surfing. You could also go for a hike on the Table Mountain and/or Lions Head.
NightlifeWhen you are looking for a nice bar or a bite to eat, there are some places where you will find everything you need. You could visit Café Caprice: The trendy ‘be seen at bar’. Very popular on Sunday evenings but get there early!