O on Kloof
About O on Kloof
Olaf Dambrowski has reinvented himself yet again. His Boutique Hotel nestled on the slopes of Lion’s Head, overlooking the Atlantic has been reborn after 4 years of Trade.
A space, charmingly transformed into a new streamlined sleek look. The black marble tiles from the front entrance, combined with the water feature lend a slight ostentatious air, yet quietly enchanting. They find their way to the under cover outside dining area, which in turns allow for interior and exterior interaction. This sets off the now industrial kitchen, where the designers have experimented on the intersection of design and graphic construction. The synergy of more is never enough is a sensual onslaught that will keep you guessing and coming back for more.
This manifests itself in the detail and deco in the individually styled rooms, each complete with Bose Docking station and state of the art LG plasma screen TV. Creature comforts adorns, teases the weary traveler into the essence of a dream, where home is not home until you return to O’s. Every whim is catered for from a decadent breakfast on the sundrenched patio overlooking the Atlantic to a leisurely swim in the indoor heated salt water pool or a treatment in the spa Room. Dinner 3 nights a week or on request, Lunch Menu daily.
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