Sea Five Boutique Hotel

Camps Bay, Cape Town

From SGD $1600 per person for 7 nights in low season
From SGD $2700 per person for 7 nights in high season

based on 7 nights

per person for 7 nights, based on 2 people sharing a mountain suite on a bed and breakfast basis, including economy class private transfers.

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  • Every room has been individually styled

  • Perfect for couples

  • Relaxed and informal yet chic and elegant

  • Enjoy breakfast outside by the swimming pool

  • The gracious and charming staff make Sea Five a home away from home

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Year-round destination. The summers are generally warm and dry, while winters tend to be wet and cool, the rains brought on by fierce north westerly gales. Neither season experiences extremes of temperature, thanks to prevailing winds. Summer (Nov-Mar) is the hottest with temperatures 20-40°C. Mid season (Apr, May, Sep, Oct) temps between 10-30°C. Winter (from June- Aug) is the low season with temps 0-25°C.

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Make use of your lovely beach bag and kikoys for your trips to the beach or into town.

After a busy morning exploring, spend a lazy afternoon soaking up the sun by the pool. Ask Marco for his advice on what's hot for drinks and dinner in the evening.

After the buzz of Camps Bay escape back to peace and tranquillity at Sea Five

Sea Five is a very peaceful place with a nice sea side vibe. All the colours are sandy and light giving a Cornish lofty feel. The best room is the Penthouse due to the views, and the jacuzzi bath!

Enjoy pre-dinner drinks at the resident bar before wandering down to Codfish for a fabulous seafood dinner

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Sea Five is a small boutique hotel situated just 300 metres from the beach in Camps Bay, Cape Town, and has fantastic sea views. Each of the seven suites has been individually decorated in a modern, beach-chic style.

Sea Five is just a walk away from the glamorous Camps Bay, where there are plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from, and it is only a short drive to the centre of Cape Town. Every room has been individually styled through the creative collaboration of top South African interior designer, Francois Du Plessis and the Sea Five’s Italian Director Nicolò Pudel. The result is a stunning connection of the Mediterranean and southern African colour palette, an eclectic blend of the spaciousness of nature and refined luxury. There’s the harmony of a garden redolent with mandarin, lemon, lavender and rosemary or the sociability of a blue pool and welcoming bar.

Aside from the scenic beauty of Table Mountain and Cape Point, guests can find their way to premier land-based whale watching sites, great white cage diving, profusions of game fish, lobsters, top surfing spots, mountain climbing, the worlds most varied sightings of sea birds, pristine white beaches, signature golf courses, rare floral kingdoms, nature reserves, superb local wines, world class restaurants and shopping, pulsating nightlife, the township phenomenon, charming local cultures, art and music, and hidden gems of comfort, peace and safety all imparting an air of refreshing optimism that is Cape Town.

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Sea Five has just six en-suite bedrooms. There are two smaller Garden Bedrooms with a nice private outdoor area, two Ocean Facing Suites and two slightly larger Mountain Facing Suites. The Penthouse Suite is ideal for families and comprises a master bedroom and smaller second bedroom and has fantastic panoramic views of the sea and Table Mountain and a very smart bathroom.


Sea Five has a lovely inviting swimming pool with views out to sea, residents bar, spa treatments by arrangement, undercover parking and tours and transfers can also be arranged.


There are numerous activities available in and around Cape Town from whale watching to tours of Robben Island, wine tasting and visits to vineyards or golf, water sports or hiking up Table Mountain. The staff at Sea Five have all the relevant local knowledge to help in booking or arranging activities to suit each guest.



Laura Ponting (Staff)

Sea Five is a beautiful boutique hotel located in the heart of Camp's Bay while still tucked back from the noise and hustle of the main street. At Sea Five you will feel as though you have stepped out of the city into a secluded, luxurious beach town where everything moves a bit slower. However, if you are looking to explore Cape Town proper the major sites are only minutes away via cab or private car hire. Sea Five is a fantastic opportunity for guests to experience the tranquility, luxury, and fine dining of being so close to the water without compromising proximity to the major city sites.


Eliza Walker (Staff)

Sea Five is a beautiful boutique hotel in one of the most popular areas of Cape Town but completely set back from the noise and bustle provided you with a peaceful haven to return to from exploring the area. I was lucky enough to stay here on my recent visit to Cape Town and found the rooms comfortable and homely and the service exceptional. The design of the hotel is absolutely exquisite, a collaboration of one of South Africa's top interior designers Francois du Plessis and the charming Italian manager Marco. With just 6 bedroom suites and one 2 bedroom penthouse the intimacy of Sea Five cannot be beaten. Indeed you really do not feel as though you are in a hotel and would not be able to tell from the outside either as the only marking is the shell logo with the number 5 on it.


Anna Hearn (Staff)

Set a little back from the main bustly drag in Camps Bay, Sea Five is reminiscent of a beach house, with a large, airy and light main area leading out to a wonderfully sparkling swimming pool fringed with enormous oversized sofas - just perfect for whiling away the day!

Because the hotel is so small - just five rooms and the staggeringly fabulous Penthouse - the service here feels very personal - we were greeted with smiles all day long, and the manager is always happy to recommend restaurants locally and suggest excursions. A wander down to the main Camps Bay drive is a must - and ask Rose or Marco to book you a table at The Roundhouse - an excellent place to dine - although in Camps Bay the options are numerous!

The rooms at Sea Five have different views - we were in a Mountain Facing suite which was spacious and fairly minimal but with fabulous views of Table Mountain. The Ocean View suites have great views and are slightly smaller than the Mountain Facing suites but are still a really great size.

Sea Five is a great little place to stay if you want to explore Camps Bay - and definitely ask the managers for any tips!


Sarah Clegg (Staff)

If you're after a home from home less than five minutes walk to Camps Bay beach, then Sea Five is a great option. Sea Five, is not a techy or pretentious property in any way, it is a proper South African beach house made up of large, airy and comfortable rooms with sunlight streaming in through the windows. The house has been beautifully finished with a careful eye for detail and quality that is so important to stay ahead in this incredibly popular and competitive location. There are three categories of room: garden, mountain and ocean view, all with their own positives and selling points, to cap the building is a penthouse stretching the length of the property with fantastic views and decks. I would love to base myself here for a week in the cape summer. You can nip down to any one of the top seafood restaurants on the front, the Codfather and Blues always seem to be neck and neck as the place to be. When you've finished head to the beach or make your way back to Sea Five to chill by the pool before planning the next outing.


Camilla Whitworth (Guest)

Sea Five - beautiful location, rooms decorated in excellent taste, helpful staff, beautiful city. Breakfast at Sea Five were fantastic.


Ms Janelle Britt (Guest)

Sea Five in Camps Bay, was excellent, fantastic service and amazing room and view. Camps Bay is also a great spot to be in.


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Camps Bay, Cape Town

Outstanding location, just 300 metres from South Africa’s most glamorous beach, Camps Bay. Sea Five Boutique Hotel offers sweeping mountain and ocean views. A ten-minute drive from the V&A Waterfront.

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