There’s no place like home, especially when you can stay for free.
A totally free hotel stay might sound too good to be true, but it’s totally possible at the Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel & Spa this Winter.
South African residents can now enjoy an unforgettable stay at the luxurious hotel, free of charge by simply enjoying a delicious dinner at the rooftop restaurant, The Mountain Club Bistro and/or having a relaxing treatment at the on-site Deluxe Spa & Hair salon. The only catch? A minimum spend of R750 per person at either of the restaurant, the spa or a combination of both.
Nestled at the foot of Table Mountain, the Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel and Spa is located within walking distance of a variety of trendy shops and restaurants on vibrant Kloof and Long Streets. Nearby attractions include the V&A Waterfront, Camps Bay and Clifton Beaches, and the Table Mountain cableway.
Cloud 9 features a spectacular rooftop restaurant The Mountain Club Bistro (open 2-11pm) with a 360-degree view of the City and surrounding mountains. There is also a Spa & Hair Salon with 4 treatments rooms, sauna, a plunge pool for visitors and a heated pool for hotel guests.
The hotel connects five heritage properties with 55 rooms via a central reception and secluded courtyard. Facilities include an elevator, 24-hour reception, security and parking. Guests can relax on the sun deck and enjoy a splash in the plunge pools while enjoying a cocktail. Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel Cape Town, in the heart of the city, is the most central and comfortable accommodation from which to explore Cape Town.
Terms and conditions
The special excludes spa products and is valid until 1 October 2021. It is only applicable to South African residents and based on 2 guests per room, it cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Subject to availability and new bookings only. Guest can also upgrade from standard rooms for R100 per person and free guest parking.
For more information about Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel & Spa, visit www.hotelcloudnine.com
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