This Penthouse Is a Cut Above

One&Only Cape Town opens up its exclusive penthouse.

By Terry Christodoulou 17/09/2019

There are room’s with a view and then there is One&Only Cape Town which has gone above and beyond with its exclusive two-storey penthouse.

The One Above overlooks Cape Town’s Table Mountain, Victoria & Albert Waterfront, Robben Island, Devils Peak, Lions Head and Cape Town Harbour with jaw-dropping views from floor-to-ceiling windows and enormous outdoor terraces.

Despite the massive and functional outdoor spaces, you won’t be short on space inside the penthouse, with a mammoth 1275-square metres spread across two floors making way for four spacious bedrooms – all with ensuites – three lounges, a stylish library, fully equipped gym and sauna, beautiful kitchen and two separate outdoor entertainment spaces, both with a private pool (yes we said both).

Attention to detail is paramount with touches throughout The One Above such as curated art on the walls and a 280-bottle wine cellar hand-selected for guests by the resort’s sommeliers. Discretion is another key sell of the penthouse with a private entranceway and elevator taking guests directly to their suite where they can take advantage of access to private chefs, personal mixologists, private spa treatments and more.

Of course, residents of The One Above can expect all of the frills associated with staying in a One&Only and more, with 24-hour butler service and guest host, twice-daily housekeeping, even one-hour personal training session should the mood strike.

Pricing starts at around $19,000 per night. Check out more images of the space below:
https://www.oneandonlyresorts.com/

Courtesy of One&Only

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