The Marly Boutique Hotel & Spa | South Africa | If Only

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Beachfront glamour awaits at this luxury boutique hotel. Stylish, all-white rooms and suites are framed by inspiring views of the Twelve Apostle mountains or Camps Bay Beach – where guests can unwind on reserved loungers. There’s also a chic rooftop pool with panoramic ocean views, a selection of great restaurants and bars, and The Marly Spa for a spot of relaxation.


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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 38 rooms



The recently renovated rooms and suites feature neutral palettes, large windows and private balconies to showcase the stunning surroundings – whether facing the Atlantic Ocean or dramatic Twelve Apostles mountains. Luxury amenities include an extra-length king bed, Nespresso machine, refreshment bar, smart television, Marshall music system and a magnificent mirrored en suite bathroom. Selected suites also feature a living area, dining room and oversized balcony with loungers and even a Jacuzzi.



Guests can access a selection of exceptional restaurants from The Marly. Oceanview Bilboa serves bountiful breakfasts and Mediterranean-inspired seafood, Baptiste offers contemporary poolside bites and drinks, and the chic rooftop eatery Chinchilla combines café cuisine, cocktails and live music. La Belle Bistro & Bakery celebrates the flavours of France, Zenzero serves Italian favourites, the super-cool Surf Shack specialises in diner classics, and popular Pangara complements fine dining Asian flavours with fabulous South African wine.



Camps Bay is one of the region’s largest and most picturesque beaches – and guests at The Marly get access to exclusive loungers and a dedicated beach butler service on its white sands. Beyond the beach, they’re perfectly placed to discover the best of Cape Town – whether climbing Table Mountain, sipping South African wine on bohemian Long Street, browsing the galleries along the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, or exploring historic Robben Island.



Guests can escape the bustle of the city at The Marly Spa. An impressive menu features a range of cutting-edge signature treatments using world renowned products – including the Gold & Collagen Facial by Carol Joy, the LING New York Wow Triple Pell, and the BABOR Anti-Aging Facial. There’s also a beauty salon, state-of-the-art fitness centre and exclusive rooftop swimming pool.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Cape Town International Airport

Approximate flight times

Approximately 11 hours 30 minutes from London

Time difference

GMT +2


From October through to April, there can be high rainfall in Kruger which results in beautiful, lush green landscapes and amazing birdwatching but can make game viewing a little trickier due to the dense vegetation. As you enter the dry season from May, water sources dry up bringing out the wildlife and May through September are the best months for safari with August and September generally being peak time. Summer Safari’s (our winter) can also be a great time to go though as morning drives are not as chilly and during the day you can make the most of the pools at your reserve, late November/December is also when a lot of the young animals are born. Temperatures will be fairly warm during the day and chilly though the night and early morning. May is also a great time to visit KwaZulu Natal and ideal for visiting the Drakensberg mountains or for a beach stay in the region. As mentioned earlier, whale watching is at its best from July through November, November is still off peak so good