Nestled at the base of Table Mountain National Park, Tintswalo Atlantic is a five-star, boutique lodge.
Accommodations at the lodge consist of ten beautifully-appointed suites and one majestic presidential suite. Each suite enjoys such distinct décor and characteristics, they have their own names. The Robben Island suite pays homage to the esteemed former president Nelson Mandela. The Ithaca Island suite is decorated in the pristine whites and blues of a Greek coastal town. Whereas, Lamu Island suite incorporates the natural hues and African details of the Swahilian island its named after. The other suites are Sicily, Saint Marie Island, Cousine, Java Island, Antigua Island, Princess Island, and Zanzibar. The luxury two-bedroom suite named Elba and Corsica are joined by a spacious common living area. All the suites include large attached bathrooms with a bath and shower. Other amenities include air conditioning, mini-bar, television, safe, and dressing gowns. Each room comes with a private veranda or deck and ocean views.
The lodge is just a short drive from the city of Cape Town which grew out of a European settlement founded on the shore below the mountains in 1652 by Jan van Riebeeck for the Dutch East India Company. It was once the largest city in South Africa. Now it’s a vibrant, multi-cultural city with an unique architectural heritage. The city features the highest density of Cape Dutch style buildings in the world which combines the architectural traditions of the Netherlands, Germany, France, and Indonesia. Additionally, the lodge is the only hotel permitted to operate within the boundaries of the word-renowned Heritage site. As such, the lodge enjoys magnificent, panoramic ocean views, as well as access to the natural beauty found along the mountainside’s winding hiking trails.