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In Focus: The Wedding Venues for #BAAD2017 In South Africa

RoundHouse Camps BayThe RoundHouse Camps Bay

The Roundhouse rests in the valleys of Table Mountain, steeped in a rich history as old as the Cape itself. With its sweeping views of Camps Bay and the expansive Atlantic, it was ideally situated to safeguard the Cape of Storms from attack. It takes 34 minutes to travel from Cape Town International Airport to Camps Bay. Approximate driving distance between Cape Town International Airport and Camps Bay is 29 kms or 18 nautical miles.

The Roundhouse building also functions as a hotel, dance hall and, most famously, Lord Charles Somerset’s hunting lodge. Its history of luxury and hospitality is still fundamental in Cape Town and the whole of South Africa today. It offers its guests an extraordinary cuisine, fine wine and spirits, with an exceptional service.

It seemed like the entire property was tailored for Banky and Adesua to make romantic memories, with its breath-taking scenery that created an ambiance of romance and royalty for the couple to have the service for the wedding.

The Westin Hotel Capetown

The Westin Hotel Cape Town gave the wedding guests memorable experiences. The distance to the hotel isn’t a long journey from the Cape Town International Airport and guests could reach by rental car, shuttle service, or taxi in approximately 20 minutes.

The hotel has exclusive rooms with unique views over the V&A Waterfront and Table Mountain. Westin hotel’s fantastic glass façade allows clear views of the magnificent beauty of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head and the whole of Table Bay.

Besides the large variety of restaurants in Cape Town, The Westin hotel has a great selection of elegant restaurants and bars on offer, from brassiere-style Thirty7 to ON19 with its extensive views.

Also, some of the largest and most sophisticated hotel conference and banqueting facilities in the city is found in the Westin Hotel where the reception took place.

They experienced a wonderful Cape Town evening to round off a glamorous wedding in the Westin hotel bars; Louis B’s & Terrace and Raleigh’s Cigar Bar, and geared up for a vacation filled with adventure.

 

 

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