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Atlanticview Cape Town Boutique
Hotel Owner 
Greg Boki and
Chef of the Year 4 times over 
"Luke Dale Roberts" owner of
"Test Kitchen" &
 "Pot Luck Club",
two restaurants that are rocking the
town and food critics world wide!
 

Atlanticview Cape Town Guests
dine regularly when in town at
renown chef Luke Dale Roberts's
Test Kitchen & Pot Luck Club
restaurants.

Guest Comments via Personal Email

30th June

Paul Burrell, Private Secretary and close friend of the late and very missed Princess Diana joined us with his friends at Atlanticview Cape Town in Camps Bay

Paul wrote after staying at Atlanticview Cape Town Boutique Hotel in Camps Bay "An enormous thank you to everyone at "Atlanticview" for helping to make my first visit to Cape Town such a special and memorable one. We have been overwhelmed by the kind and generous hospitality and spectacular views. We are sad to leave, but happy to know that we will return again next year to see you. Greg, Rainer, Little Audrey and the rest of the Atlanticview family, Thank you for sharing this special place with us. Paul Burrell

Dear Paul, It was a pleasure to have you and your friends join us at Atlanicview. I really enjoyed those chats about our favorite Princess and some of our mutal friends at Buckingham Palace. You really took me down memory lane. Thank you for that. I and the family look very forward to seeing you again. And now there is a little Rainer Gregory added to the family as well! Please do come back soon. 

Greg ,Rainer, Audrey and the Atlanticview Family!    PS, Thank you so much for the copy of your book "A Royal Duty" I have thoroughly enjoyed reading it.

 

2nd July

BBC NEWS STAY AT
ATLANTICVIEW CAPE TOWN
BOUTIQUE HOTEL CAMPS BAY
WHILE FOLLOWING PRESIDENT OBAMA
IN SOUTH AFRICA

To all at Atlanticview,

What a beautiful relaxing hotel, perched high up in Camps Bay, for me reporting for the BBC, its not often I get to enjoy such naturally beautiful views.
Much of my time is spent following the test horsemen of the apocalypse to natural disasters and war zones.
I will recommend and come again given the chance.

Kind Regards,

Gavin Lee
Foreign Affairs Reporter
BBC News 

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Atlantic View 9th-11th April
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 
From: Julia Hunter <juliahunter@>
To: Greg Boki <gregb@atlanticviewcapetown.com> 

Dear Greg,
Just wanted to thank you for an absolutely wonderful 3 nights... the Penthouse is stunning and my son, Olly, loved the Rock room..we caught a brief glimpse of ' Royalty' and signed the guest book under them!
Thank you for the sundowners it is such a great idea and the nibbles were exquisite. The staff were all absolutely charming and went out of their way to make our stay perfect. I love the house and decor and admire your taste and attention to detail. The house style is great..the perfect balance between friendliness and professionalism. Particularly impressed with Jarrad and Wesley who I understand were new to Atlantic View..you have made two excellent appointments there!!
Only problem...everywhere else pales into insignificance after a stay at Atlantc View...hope we will return one day.

Thanks again and very best wishes
Julia Hunter

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: RE: Atlanticview room/mini-suite 3
Date: Fri, 4 May
From: willie mongie <willie>
To: <gregb@atlanticviewcapetown.com> 

Hi Greg

I must just thank you for a wonderful weekend. Your staff were excellent. As a south African it was nice to hear all the positive comments from the foreign guests. You have a new youngster working for you at the hotel. He was brilliant. His interaction with the guests was excellent.

Will definetly make use of your place again.

Regards

Willie Mongie

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: David Mills reservation
Date: Wed, 11 Apr
From: davidmills
To: <gregb@atlanticviewcapetown.com>

Hi Greg

We arrived back home yesterday and just wanted to say a big thank you
to you and all the team at Atlantic View for such a great week. From
the first contact last year to the very last minute we left
the service
was first class.
We appreciated so much the extra care and
consideration taken to make our stay so memorable, particularly for our
engagement.

The staff at Atlantic view were second to none and you must please pass
on again our thanks to them all for the special way we were treated.
The Royal guests were an interesting distraction but we felt as if we
were just as "Royal".

We are sorry that we did not get to meet and thank you in person and
hope that we get to see you on our next visit.

You have such a magnificient place at Atlantic View and we can't wait
to return.

Best wishes and warm regards

David & Kate

Tripadvisor

Atlanticview Capetown

Lunchtime on the second Sunday of November, the temperature is nudging 80F, and every outside table is accounted for at the restaurants and cafes that line one of the world's most spectacular promenades. Those in the best seatscan see the waves breaking on a palm-lined beach; those facing the opposite direction have to settle for a mile-long sweep of mountains, a crisp chardonnay and some very fresh seafood.

The atmosphere at Camps Bay, Cape Town's most fashionable beach resort, has something of the laid-back, low-rise glamour of Los Angeles about it, a feeling only heightened when the waiter mentions that Tiger Woods dined here the previous night, Vinnie Jones was a frequent visitor the week before and Jean-Claude Van Damme is currently relaxing between shoots on his latest movie at a luxury hotel a mile or so down the road.

The list of celebrity visitors has been growing ever since the Western Cape became a favourite location for film-makers and commercials directors, and it comes as no surprise to learn that Cape Town is a regular body double for LA, Monterey and San Francisco.

The diverse scenery, dramatic light and almost guaranteed clear skies have an obvious part to play in this. But equally enticing is the fact that it's a cheap place to film. Locals are fond of telling you that the southern tip of Africa combines a first-world infrastructure with third-world prices. This means you can enjoy king-sized platters of seafood, wines from world-class local vineyards such as Constantia, Paarl and Franschoek, and five-star accommodation - although regular visitors won't find it as absurdly cheap as it was a couple of years ago when the rand hit an all-time low.

When it comes to accommodating the stars, Cape Town offers elegant luxury in the form of the Mount Nelson hotel; while, at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the Cape Grace and Table Bay hotels will be joined in the next few years by Sol Kerzner's latest One&Only six-star venture. Those who prefer the more informal and hipper draw of Camps Bay are limited to just the Bay Hotel and The Twelve Apostles, where Van Damme is staying.

The reason for the paucity of choice is that, nestled between the sea and the Twelve Apostles rocks, there is precious little beachfront left to develop in Camps Bay and, being a prime residential suburb, the cost of buying up plots for redevelopment is prohibitive. The "most desirable property in South Africa" starts at around R4.5m for a three-bedroom house with a pool - three times the price of a couple of years ago.

However, ever since South Africa took centre stage as a holiday destination when it hosted the rugby World Cup in 1995, canny Camps Bay residents have been opening up their enviable homes to paying visitors. And over the years, the degree of sophistication and level of service has risen enormously, so that we can now enjoy a taste of penthouse living at almost guesthouse prices. Heart-stopping views, the roar of the surf and the waft of grilled shellfish comes in at around £150 - £250 a couple per night.

This one stretches the definition of guesthouse, and would more comfortably be described as a luxury guest villa, set in the foothills of the mountains and a 30-minute walk from the beach. But it's well worth the walk. Modern, linear and with every designer comfort imaginable, you feel pampered as soon as you walk through the doors of Atlanticview.

Every detail was designed to maximise the views of the sea and the mountains - from the floor-to-ceiling windows that span the length of the villa to the positioning of the beds which offer dual vistas without twisting, turning or craning. Owners Greg Boki and Rainer Pires even buried telephone lines and planted tropical trees by crane to enhance the views. The Rock Room, for example, incorporates a large boulder that straddles the interior and exterior of the full-frame window.

There's an infinity pool, pool-side bar, braai and pizza oven, and an outside shower. Inside, there's a steam shower with views of Table Mountain, and all en-suite bathrooms are limestone with Philippe Starck-style fittings. The four guest rooms have huge beds with top-of-the-range linens and feature state-of-the art flat-screen monitors with in-house DVD channels showing the latest movies.

While this sounds almost too cool to be comfortable, Atlanticview manages to avoid being cold thanks to the judicious use of local ornaments and colourful art on the walls - there are even zebra-inspired fabrics on the chairs. And then there's cocktail hour. At 6.30pm, guests get together to watch the sun go down over wine and home-made hors-d'oeuvres on the deck. Not just any old plonk and nibbles, mind, but generous amounts of Longridge chardonnay accompanied by foie gras, and on Saturday evenings, champagne with lobster.

 
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Guest Comments via Personal Emails
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: AVC
Date: Sun, 19 Aug
From: Troy Mitchell <tmitchell@>
To: Greg Boki <gregb@atlanticviewcapetown.com>

Hi Greg,

We have to congratulate you and Rainer on a great place with fantastic staff and excellent service.....

Really well done and a credit to you!

Just had a massage with Derek which was up there with the best ever.

Off to Cape Point by car tomorrow and by chopper the following day. Sensational way to complete our African sojourn.

Cheers!

Kind regards Troy and Deb Mitchell

-------- Original Message --------
Date: Tue, 21 Aug
From: Linda Cowgill
To: Atlanticview Reservations <atlanticviewres@yahoo.com>

Hi Greg,

I wanted to thank you for such an amazing finale to my husband and my honeymoon. Your property, amenities, delicious food & wine, and especially your staff were all beyond our wildest expectations. Tim and I had such an amazing stay! Looking forward to returning, possibly for a future anniversary......

Best Wishes,
Linda

Linda, Thank you for you very kind email and such a fun pic! We are so happy to hear you both enjoyed your honeymoon so much. Do come back and visit us again.

Warm wishes and congratulations to both of you!

Greg and the Atlanticview Team

 

Alan Dershowitz, International Human Rights Attorney said after staying at Atanticview Cape Town Boutique Hotel in Camps Bay "Wonderful!, Great Views!, Marvelous Staff!, Warm Atmosphere! The Best! Alan Dershowitz, Cambridge Mass. USA"

Alan stayed when visiting Cape Town to attend a Human Rights Convention with Desmond Tutu. Thank you for staying with us Alan. We were so glad you were able to relax and enjoy it. Your lovely wife and group of friends you traveled with were a delight to have as guests. Thank you for bringing them with you! Warm regards and safe travels, Greg and the Atlanticview Team