As its name suggests, Kloof Street Hotel is situated in the popular Kloof Street, located close to Cape Town central. Whilst one of the larger properties in our portfolio, this spacious beauty still manages to hold on to the boutique feel that all Lion Roars properties are known and loved for.
The ground floor has a restaurant and a coffee shop to get your day started on the right note. It also has a shared working space and conference facilities, for those who need to be online, even when they are offline. Strikingly natural in decor and vibrant in personality, this theme carries up to the sunny rooftop deck with its bar, pool, loungers and outside tables for those who’d prefer to dine al fresco. With its lush greenery, loungers, and an ice-cold Pina Colada in hand, you could be forgiven for thinking you were somewhere tropical, and not in the very heart of Cape Town.
Kloof Street Hotel’s rooms are modern and all maintain the signature Lion Roars style – earthy and natural materials, light and airy, with comfort in mind above all else. The show-stopper rooms have to be the two exclusive and spacious Presidential Suites on the top floor, which both offer all the mod-cons and space you could need, as well as those trademark views of Cape Town’s skyline and breathtaking mountains.
The other rooms available are our Pods, Luxury Rooms, Luxury Suites and our Luxury View Suites, some with terraces.
7 Private Villas with a private deck tucked into the natural setting, and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow the natural light to come flooding in, and fantastic views from every relaxation point. Perfect for the KZN, each villa has an outside shower and solar-powered air-conditioning.
Traverse over the hills and valleys of old, right here where King Shaka of the Zulu hunted for need long before conservation was a buzz word. uMfolozi Big Five game drives are a wilderness safari for the soul; an immersion into nature as it was intended to be. Enjoy being a guest as the wild plays by its own rules. Here in the oldest proclaimed protected wilderness in Africa, the game drives are respectful of the habitat and the animals.
There are many rarities to be seen in this place where Dr Ian Player started Operation Rhino over five decades ago. The DNA of every White Rhino alive today can be traced back here. Conservation is a way of life here, and it is evident in the thriving species of wild dogs, vultures and Black Rhino.