We stayed here in June 2019 for our Honeymoon. It was our first stop. We stayed here for 3 nights & thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
The room was lovely, spacious & clean.
They made us feel extra special with little touches on arrival & in our room due to being on honeymoon.
It is a short taxi journey to the waterfront were there are bars & restaurants.
The hotel will also help to arrange tours etc. Which we did do & were excellent.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here & in cape town.
When we arrived in South Africa, this was our first hotel. We were warmly welcomed and the room was excellent. The staff were charm, politeness and efficiency itself.
There is nice indoor pool. The hotel is outside the centre but within easy reach. If you fancy the tour bus around town and to the Table Rock cablecar, then the pickup is about 400 yards away. There loads of eateries, from taco joints to the excellent la mouette and Strolla. An Uber into town was about £2.70 with tip. It felt safe to walk about.
At the end of our holiday, the apocalypse was upon us and after a 200 mile drive to Robertson, we found our hotel closed. Although empty and preparing for the lockdown, the proprietors of O On Kloof opened up and accepted us for an overnight, before we scrambled to get home. I will always be grateful for the kindness and generosity they showed us that day in allowing us another day in this beautiful hotel. When the world settles down, this will be our first stop again in this glorious country.
We Stayed at the O for 4 nights as part of our trail in South Africa. Beautiful and crisp clean modern boutique hotel with detailed personal service to every need. The fact that there are limited guest rooms mean we were very well looked after at all times. Friendly and approachable team. We even enjoyed a drink with the team one evening with a fellow guest. Great location for exploring Cape Town. Breakfast sitting in the O is lovely as the sun comes up. Very safe and secure with an indoor pool literally outside our bedroom door!! Delicious frozen lemonades at the bar.
We are coming back to the O to stay for a longer Cape town stay as we could not cram everything into just 4 days.
Stayed here for 5 nights in January. Hotel is lovely, our room was very spacious, with a seating area outside. Breakfast was very good. The staff were very helpful. It is a short taxi ride out to the V&A waterfront, but Ubers were readily available and very cheap. There is a lovely indoor pool. There are several restaurants within walking distance and the hop on hop off bus stop is just a few minutes walk.
We stayed here for 2 nights when we arrived in Cape Town from London. Nothing but positive things to say about this hotel.
The hotel is out of the main built up areas of Cape Town but is easy walking distance to Regent Street, which has a number of really nice restaurants and bars. I would recommend going to the Mojo Market. There is a city sightseeing bus top about 5 min walk away that will take you to v&a waterfront, long street and table mountain.
We arrived before check in but we’re welcomed with a glass of bubbly and given a very good orientation on how to get around Cape Town and where to go. The staff were really amazing throughout our stay. To top it all off they placed candles and some sparkling wine in our room on final night as we were celebrating our honeymoon. We thought this was a really nice touch.
Room & Hotel facilities:
Really good space and fantastic facilities. Very comfortable bed and the aircon kept us nicely cool. The rooms are of a really high spec. The pool are and the lounging space are also good areas to relax. Security is also good with multiple layers of access.
Breakfast was really pleasant and I’d recommend ordering the french toast!
To conclude we really rate this hotel and wouldn’t think of staying anywhere else if we return to Cape Town.