A guide to making the most of The Marly in March - The Marly

Whether you’re a local or visiting our shores for the first time, March is a great month to book in for a stay at The Marly. This luxurious five-star boutique hotel is conveniently situated just above the bustling Camps Bay strip and boasts a commanding view of the Atlantic Ocean, Lions Head and Twelve Apostles mountain range. Not only known for our proximity to various blue flag beaches and award-winning restaurants, The Marly gives guests a chance to soak up the enviable Cape Town lifestyle through a selection of cultural activities designed to showcase the best of what the city has to offer.

As summer fades into autumn, make the most of the cooler climate to enjoy a hike along the Pipe Track in the Table Mountain National Park or perhaps take in the awe-inspiring views from the cableway. For those after more of a thrill, daredevils can hurtle off the slopes of Signal Hill or Lions Head as part of a tandem paraglide.

But if the idea of a comfortable seat and a glass of wine is more your speed, pay a visit to the famed Theatre on the Bay to see Steven Sondheim’s Into the Woods – showing until the 2nd of March 2019.

No visit to the Mother City is complete without an afternoon spent exploring the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art (MOCAA), a monolithic space that houses works by some of the continent’s most celebrated artists.

All that adventure is sure to work up an appetite, so why not pick from one of the Kove Collection’s eateries for a dinner within walking distance of The Marly? See in the sunset with curated cocktails at Chinchilla – the only rooftop bar in Camps Bay that happens to connect directly with The Marly – or dine on modern Mediterranean fare at Bilboa downstairs.

Either way, your stay at The Marly is sure to be a memorable one this March!