The reception of the Pepper Club Luxury Hotel and Spa.
There is a “working” grand piano in the foyer
Two of the reddest chairs I have ever seen.
An area to relax in before going through to dinner,
or waiting for friends…
With a well stocked bar, and friendly staff,
a wait is not a bad thing…
There is an inside…
and outside dining area.
And if you feel that you have eaten too much,
you can work it off here.
Or with a relaxing massage or treatment at the Spa.
There are also saunas available to relax and enjoy
An outdoor, roof top lap pool
And downstairs, within the conference and business centre…
The deluxe room I stayed in boasted a small working area
A kitchen with all the comforts of home.
Including an oven and a hob
Bathroom and shower.
The toilet is separate, great idea from a privacy point of view
Comfy beds that look out over the Cape Town city centre
An armchair to relax in…
And a balcony to stand and contemplate on.
The lift lobby on my floor
Dinner for one.
It was delicious.
I am off to bed…
You can find out more about what the Pepper Club has to offer on their website:
I traveled to and from Cape Town with this bus company.
Many thanks to Lance,the owner of this company,
for not only fetching me from the bus terminus,
but also giving me two days of car hire…
Here are their details, please support when you are next in Cape Town:
Carmania Car Hire
337B Main Road Observatory 7925
Cape Town South Africa
(Opposite the Groote Schuur Hospital
on the M4 (top main road)
Tel: +27 21 4473001
Fax: +27 21 4473009
Mobile: 083 261 9834 / 082 437 5842
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