At the very tip of Africa
A staggeringly beautiful setting on one of the world’s most celebrated scenic routes.
With the dramatic Table Mountain National Park and Lions Head towering behind, and the endless Atlantic ocean rolling away in front, this exclusive, tranquil location is on one of the world’s most celebrated scenic routes.
Ideally located for Camps Bay Beaches and just 15 minutes from the V&A Waterfront, yet directly on the mountain, guests can step out onto our flora and fynbos-framed trails to explore and enjoy this staggeringly beautiful setting with a sundowner picnic.
The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa is situated on Victoria Road, four kilometres from the suburb of Camps Bay, Cape Town.
Find us easily with these directions to and from Camps Bay Beach, and Cape Town International Airport.
Our Concierge will happily arrange a private transfer to/from the hotel and Cape Town International Airport. We recommend that airport transfers are requested upon reservation.
Private transfers to the V&A Waterfront transfers can be booked with our concierge. These transfers are complimentary for resident guests.
For details on drop-off points and to reserve a seat (recommended), please contact the Concierge.
Enjoy a scenic beachfront
Camps Bay sits just a ten-minute drive from The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa. Our charming, five-star hotel is ideally located for access to Camps Bay. Camps Bay is well known for its scenic beachfront outlook, with the dramatic silhouette of The Twelve Apostles mountain range providing a striking backdrop to the white sand bay. Cafes, cocktail bars and boutique shops give character to the bustling promenade, and there’s plenty to see and do inside well-known Promenade Mall.
If you’re looking for a lively evening entertainment scene, Camps Bay is an excellent option. Its many clubs, bars and restaurants will keep you occupied until the early hours, should you wish to venture out from the tranquility of The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa. We offer complimentary return transfers from the hotel to the V&A Waterfront via Camps Bay at regular intervals throughout the day between 8am and 9:30pm, daily.
With scenic waterfront views
Ten minutes in the opposite direction, you’ll find Hout Bay. Hout Bay offers scenic waterfront views surrounded by impressive mountain terrain. The Atlantic Ocean lookout spots dotted around Hout Bay are truly spectacular, and well worth stopping at if you get the chance. Hout Bay’s Bay Harbour Market is the place to be on weekends, with local traders selling souvenirs, regional produce and street food alongside live music.
When conditions are good you can head out on a boat cruise from Hout Bay Harbour to Duiker Island, also known as seal island, where you'll have the chance to observe hundreds of cape fur seals on the rocks. From the boat, you may also see dolphins, sun fish, and whales out at sea. If you’d like more information on the ocean excursions on offer in and around Cape Town, please visit our Outdoor Adventures page or speak directly with our concierge team.
Travel by air
Helicopter transfers offer an unforgettable way to travel. We would be delighted to transfer you by car to the V&A Waterfront, and from there you can take a helicopter tour or flight. Soar across the Cape Town skyline and take in the spectacular sights from the air.
Chauffeur drive (no tour guide)
1-2 passengers, R685 per hour for a minimum of 4 hours
3-7 passengers, R790 per hour for a minimum of 4 hours
Full-day guided private tours of Cape Peninsula or Winelands
1-2 passengers, R4850 per vehicle
3-7 passengers, R5935 per vehicle
Rates exclude all entrance fees, meals and refreshments