This intimate space, with a modern and antique ensemble, overlooks one side of Lion’s Head, an iconic peak in Table Mountain National Park. The double-volume ceiling allows for warm afternoon light to stream into the room, creating a wonderful place to relax. The room itself is reminiscent of safaris. The art complements this desert setting, stemming from Arab and Jewish descent with a renaissance feel. The camel bone chest underneath the ornate cabinet keeps with the nomadic theme. Located one floor above the main garden, this suite has no terrace or separate minibar/lounge area, however the main bar and coffee/tea station is open to guests staying in the Lion’s Head Room.
Presidential Penthouse Suite
This opulent penthouse is in a class (and on a floor) of its own. The 360-degree ocean and mountain views are breathtaking, but the suite