The Top Lush Swimming Hotspots To Cool Off This Summer In Cape Town


 

We’re barely out of the spring season yet and it feels like we’re full swing into Summer already – and it’s only going to get hotter. While lounging at the beach is always tops, it’s not always ideal for swimming – all day long.

In light of my own desperate attempt to get a lush pool spot this week, I’ve listed my top choices for the season. Please note when I say these swimming spots are FREE, that means you are allowed to enter these hotels/premises without being a guest – but as a courtesy, expect to spend a minimum at their bar on a delicious cocktail or scrumptious tapa for making use of their facilities.

 

RED ROOF AT THE RADISSON RED HOTEL

Cost: Walk-ins expected to spend minimum R50 on food/drink

Address: No. 6 Silo, Silo Square, V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001

CLOUD 9 ROOFTOP BAR

Cost: Walk-ins expected to spend minimum R50 on food/drink

Address: 12 Kloof Nek Rd, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001

THE PRESIDENTS HOTEL

Cost: Walk-ins expected to spend minimum R50 on food/drink

Address: 4 Alexander Rd, Bantry Bay, Cape Town, 8001

SHIMMY BEACH CLUB

Cost: Walk-ins expected to spend minimum R100 food/drink

Address: 12 S Arm Rd, V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002

THE CAPE MILNER

Cost: Walk-ins expected to spend minimum R150 on food/drink

Address: 2 Milner Rd, Tamboerskloof, Cape Town, 8001

HARALD’S BAR TERRACE AT PARK INN RADISSON

Cost: Walk-ins expected to spend minimum R50 on food/drink

Address: 29 Heerengracht St, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8000

THE GHIBLI BAR AND POOL AT THE RADISSON BLU HOTEL

Cost: Walk-ins expected to spend minimum R50 on food/drink

Address: 22 Riebeek St, Inside Radisson Blu, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8000

SKY BAR

Cost: Walk-ins expected to spend minimum R50 on food/drink

Address: 49 Napier St, Cape Town, 8001

SEAPOINT PAVILLION

Cost: Adults R23 – Children R12

Address: 0I Beach Rd, Sea Point, Cape Town, 8060

 


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    1. Hi Jade. We called the Cape Milner and they said that R50 was their minimum spend. We’ll call back and double check but we called everyone on the list to get their pricing