Cape Town’s iconic boutique hotel, Tintswalo Atlantic, has reopened for business after rebuilding a large proportion of the property. The hotel has been closed since February when a kitchen fire destroyed the main section of the lodge.
Coinciding with the relaunch, Tintswalo Atlantic is taking a new marketing approach to focus on resident guests only. In addition, more accessible room rates have been introduced to invite guests to immerse themselves in the full Tintswalo hospitality experience.
“With tragedy comes opportunity and after the fire the relaunch has provided us with the prospect of fine tuning our product offering,” said Tintswalo CEO, Lisa Goosen.
“Tintswalo Atlantic is synonymous with luxury, privacy and seclusion. This is what we will highlight as our service promise. We’d like to present guests with a bespoke and exclusive, private lodge experience, complete with the warm South African hospitality and personal service our brand is known for. Family owned and managed, Tintswalo Atlantic is a magical, emotive place. The sensation of love, gratitude and peace is what we’d like for our guests to experience when they stay with us”.
The property has a capacity of 24 resident guests, accommodated in 10 Islands Suites and a two-bedroom Villa. Suites are individually designed and decorated and the public areas have been freshly decorated in the signature blue and turquoise shades by the owners, mother and daughter team Gaye Corbett and Lisa Goosen. All suites have a private deck overlooking the ocean and the pebbled beach below. Guests also receive extravagant full breakfasts, as well as the signature Sundowner Cocktail of the Day with a selection of canapés.
Non-resident guests will be accommodated once-a-week only at the Tintswalo Atlantic Where else in the World Wednesday Lunch, limited to casual diners by prior reservation and subject to availability.
A short scenic drive from the Cape Town CBD and situated in Table Mountain National Park, Tintswalo Atlantic boasts a breathtaking location and is within easy reach of the Constantia winelands, Cape Point and the other attractions of the mother city.