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 itself is just as impressive. There are two bathrooms, a steam room, several balconies, a separate lounge and daybed relaxation space, a dining area and a drawing room with fireplace and TV. The interior of the Presidential Suite evokes early 19th Century Europe with its various Biedermeier pieces and renaissance artworks, topped off with traditional Pixiu dragons guarding the entrance. There’s a comprehensive in-room minibar, tea and coffee making facilities as well as an exclusive snack bar. With command over the entire house from the top floor, the Penthouse is the epitome of privacy.
Lions Head Room
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