Cape Town and Cape Province

Tintswalo Atlantic Hotel


A highly respected addition to the much vaunted Tintswalo Collection, and located in Cape Town, below Chapman’s Peak, overlooking Hout Bay, Tintswalo Atlantic is a first class luxury-boutique hotel.


A stone and wood bed-and-breakfast, built into the shoreline, and consisting of a main hotel and 11 sleeping rooms, the shared areas at Tintswalo Atlantic include a lounge, bar, cellar, dining room, open kitchen, extended decking, pool and a multitude of viewing areas. Characterised by a run of marine colours, marked by polished wooden floors, white walls, blonde wood ceilings and a selection of antique, slumber and outdoor seating, the main hotel’s design is quick and stylish, the look designer-naturelle.

Food & service

The restaurant atmosphere is relaxed and accomplished, its super-smart persona tempered by a service that is as lovely as it is professional, and by a cuisine that is homely, personal and catered to individual diets.


Equally fine, equally particular, Tintswalo Atlantic’s accommodation is divided into 10 standard suites and the Presidential suites. While each suite is named after a different island – Lamu, Sicily, Ithaca and so on – and differs in terms of interior design from the next, each includes a double bed, seating, private balcony and en-suite bathroom. Like the main hotel, the look here is smart comfort, the art, furnishings and lighting perfectly judged. Please note that the Presidential suite comes with two double bedrooms, a separate lounge and an en-suite bathroom. The Wi-Fi, complementary throughout the hotel, is consistently strong


Activities at Tintswalo Atlantic include cultural, retail and nature trips into town, and excursions to the Constantia Winelands, Table Mountain National Park, Hout Bay’s World of Birds and Seal Island.

To find out more about Tintswalo Atlantic Hotel and to arrange your tailor-made trip, get in touch with us today.

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