Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel

Cloud 9 Rooftop Bar at Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel & Spa in ...

A stylish boutique hotel
nestled at the foot of Table Mountain.
 
+27 (0)21 424 1133
12 Kloof Nek Road | Tamboerskloof | Cape Town Cape Town
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Cloud 9 Rooftop Bar at Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel & Spa in Tamboerskloof

Expect never-ending 360-degree views from this inner-city hotspot’s sun deck

You don’t have to look far to find a rooftop bar in Cape Town. From the CBD to the Atlantic Seaboard, there are numerous sky-high perches offering glorious views of the Mother City. But a rooftop bar boasting an uninterrupted 360-degree view of Cape Town – now that is extra special...

WHERE THE VIEW IS A GIVEN
Located at the 47-room heritage Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel & Spa on Kloof Nek Road in Tamboerskloof, this rooftop bar is open to the public – meaning you don’t have to stay at the hotel to reap the bar’s rewards, swimming pool or magnificent sights. The Tamboerskloof institution sports a grand bar with an extensive offering and two luxurious, yet suitably relaxed, sun decks; one has a water-wise plunge pool (it doesn't use municipal water) and retractable roof while the other – which is accessed by a short flight of stairs – boasts endless roundabout views of the Mother City.

With no buildings to hinder one’s view, to the one side visitors are rewarded with magnificent sights of Table Mountain including Devil’s Peak, Lion’s Head, and Signal Hill – you can even spot the Cableway doing its rounds – while the other side has spectacular images of the CBD and the brilliant blue Atlantic in the far distance.

WHAT'S A ROOFTOP BAR WITHOUT COCKTAILS?
The bar is located inside and has bar stools and some cosy couches as well as a flat-screen television (ideal for big sports matches). Guests are presented with an array of must-try signature cocktails such as the Golden Dream (Cointreau, hazelnut liqueur, cream and orange juice) and the Amarula Colada (Amarula cream liqueur, white rum, coconut milk, pineapple juice) as well as the Basil Grande (freshly muddled strawberry and basil leaves, strawberry puree and cranberry juice) and Vanilla & Pear (vodka, vanilla and pear juice).

In addition, the bar serves a wide selection of the Cape’s finest reds, whites and bubbly – think La Motte, Ernie Els Wines, Klein Constantia, Graham Beck Wines to name just a few – offering visitors by the glass and/or bottle options. Other alcoholic options include a mix of imported beers, whisky, cognac and boozy shooters.

HAVE YOU TRIED THE BISTRO AND BAR?
A brand-new spot has opened up next to Cloud 9 Boutique Hotel & Spa. Charlie, a contemporary bistro and bar, has a vintage setting and an open kitchen. They offer hearty meals, drinks, and a great vibe for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with only free-range locally-sourced meats and all meals prepared in-house. Plus the view of Table Mountain from the terrace isn’t half bad.

What’s more, while sipping on fruity concoctions in the pool or tumblers of spirits upstairs, visitors can tuck into a pizza from the menu, where each item on this menu is named after a local landmark. 

A PERFECT SPOT FOR ANY OCCASION
Set within walking distance of Cape Town’s lively Kloof Street and Long Street, the Cloud 9 Rooftop Bar is the ideal space for after-work drinks, lavish business meetings as well as the perfect weekend sundowners spot. In actual fact, owing to its exceptional endless 360-degree view of the Mother City; the Cloud 9 Rooftop Bar is the ultimate spot for almost anything – and once you’ve seen the view, we’re pretty sure you won’t want to leave. You’ve been warned!

NOTE: Cloud 9 Rooftop Bar can be booked for functions and events and offers casual seating for roughly 100 guests (excluding seats in the pool). For more information, please call the boutique hotel directly on +27 (0) 21 424 1133.

Tip: Join the Cloud 9 Rooftop Bar every Wednesday from 3 PM to 7 PM, when all cocktails are R45 and there's 2-for-1 deal on local beers and ciders, during their Happy Hour special.

The Bill: Cocktails ring in between R60 and R80 and wine (red, white and sparkling) ranges between R125 and R1,550 a bottle and between R50 and R70 a glass. Imported beers will set you back around R55, whisky and cognac R20 to R60 per shot and shooters R30. Sushi Box options range from R135 for the Classic Box (salmon roses, tuna California and avo maki) to R199 for the Rock Shrimp (tuna California laid flat and topped with Tempura prawns, Yum Yum sauce and sesame seeds).

Opening Hours: Daily: 1 PM until late.

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