As Spring merges into Summer, we at The Marly are eagerly anticipating the final unveiling of our ongoing revamp.
An additional 27 suites, a gym, spa and a rooftop pool with a lounge and bar area will be added to the boutique hotel, along with Boutique Marly – an in-house shop retailing our bespoke selection of luxury brands. Both guests of the hotel and the public are invited to enjoy the best of what Camps Bay has to offer, with the new rooftop area affording visitors 360° views over the Atlantic and the Twelve Apostles mountain range. Look forward to our grand opening on the 1st of December 2019.
For those wanting a different sort of view, Cape Town’s SMAC Gallery has launched two new exhibitions – Moving Target by Wallen Mapondera and Cellular State by Galia Gluckman – that will be on show until the 13th of October. Celebrated South African artist William Kentridge presents a collective of his three-dimensional works from the past two decades in Why Should I Hesitate – on until March 2020 at the Zeitz MOCAA.
October is a great time of year to enjoy mild weather and balmy sunshine and there’s no better way to experience both than with a visit to Cape Town’s very own International Boat Show. Keeping things buoyant with the very best – visitors can shop around for everything from pleasure yachts to catamarans at the city’s premium annual boating and luxury lifestyle show. The event is set to take place at the V&A Waterfront from the 18th to the 20th of October.
If all the browsing has worked up an appetite, little says summer more than a platter of expertly prepared seafood or a cooling cocktail. Stop by any of the popular Kove Collection eateries that are conveniently situated within walking distance of The Marly. Diners can opt for modern Mediterraean at Bilboa, delicious sushi at Paranga and the best choice of local seafood at Zenzero before seeing off the sunset with curated cocktail list at Chinchilla Rooftop Café and Bar.