Reviews of Bay Hotel
Wildlife sightings and reviews
4 independent comments and wildlife information from our travellers who have visited Bay Hotel and kindly agreed to share their thoughts. They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa
"Bay Hotel, Camps Bay "
Our room was large with a separate area for sitting and nice comfy beds. there was room to hang clothes and keep you suitcases out of the way.
Breakfast was very nice and freshly cooked and taken in the restaurant with panoramic views of the ocean" See all these reviews: 17n in South Africa
"Definitely Not a 5 star hotel!"
Just for the record this is a very shabby, tired hotel in a noisy, busy position. The sun terraces and one of the swimming pools are situated almost on the pavement of the busy road that is situated in between the hotel and the beach.
The rooms - particularly the bathrooms are scruffy and poorly designed. The breakfast and in house bistro food is very poor and the service haphazard." See all these reviews: 8n in South Africa
"Great location hotel"
We were very happy with the Manager and staff who were always helpful, our niggles did not stop us having a fabulous time there, our last evening was superb at their sister hotel." See all these reviews: 7n in Botswana; 6n in South Africa; 2n in Zimbabwe
"Bay Hotel review"
Felt like an avetrage city kind of break altho in a beautiful place: table mmountain, camaps Bay.. but also barbed wire and shanty towns.. enjoyed it never the les. Had a few beauty treatments here which were OK. Hair dresser was not polite or nice.. Steven certainly would not go back!" See all these reviews: 5n in Botswana; 5n in South Africa; 1n in Zambia
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