A stylish mountainside getaway at the foot of Chapman’s Peak, this 5-star boutique hotel has superlative ocean and mountain views over Hout Bay, the Sentinel Peak and the Atlantic Ocean. Tintswalo Atlantic sits on one of the most exclusive coastal stretches in Cape Town on a pebble beach – offering a secluded luxury that’s still close to the city. With dramatic views, this hotel is the only one allowed within the National Mountain Park's heritage site.
About Tintswalo Atlantic
This boutique hotel has one of the best sundowner locations: the deck overlooks the ocean and you can, on some days, feel the ocean spray. Sheltered by the National Mountain Park, Tintswalo Atlantic is the only hotel that’s been allowed to operate inside the boundaries of the heritage site. That’s why the boutique hotel can offer panoramic views and a top location as well as access to the mountainside’s hiking trails.
The dining room at Tintswalo Atlantic overlooks the picturesque ocean that stretches as far as the eye can see. Creating delightful cuisine, the kitchen team offers delectable meals from local and sustainable ingredients. With an expansive wooden deck, guests can also sit outside and enjoy the fresh sea air – or if they choose to – watch the chef prepare dinner in the open-plan kitchen.
Tintswalo Atlantic also has a heated pool and spa.
Tintswalo Atlantic Accommodation
Tintswalo Atlantic offers guests a variety of 10 Island Suites and 1 Presidential Suite, which are decorated according to a famous island from around the world. The suites are named: Zanzibar Island, Ithaca Island, Lamu Island, Sicily Island, Saint Marie Island, Antigua Island, Princes Island, Robben Island, Cousine Island and Java Island. And so, each suite pays tribute to a culture’s rich heritage and decor theme. The boutique hotel’s slogan is “just like home, only better” and each suite – private and distanced from the next – delivers doses of luxury and a cosy atmosphere.
Tintswalo Atlantic Activities
Cape Town is a playground and has something for every traveler who is new to the Mother City. This includes, to name a few:
- Cape Town’s historic centre; the Slave Lodge, Koopmans De Wet House, Bertrams House, the Jewish Museum, Company Gardens, Rust en Vreugd House
- Hiking, walking or mountain biking in the city’s nature reserves
- Shark diving just outside of Cape Town
- Whale watching
- Visit the historical Robben Island
- Visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
- Peninsula Tours
- Winelands Tours
- Helicopter Flights
Greatest Africa was founded in the Greater Cape Area of South Africa, and offers private wine tours in the exquisite Cape Region. Our exclusive tours are guided by boutique wine producer Richard Hilton, of Richard Hilton Vineyards, who is also the founder and MD of Greatest Africa.
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