Last updated on October 6th, 2019 at 03:44 am
If you’re all about blissed-out glam, Bliss Boutique Hotel is the place to stay when you want to unwind and forget about the hustle of city life. This luxurious boutique hotel is absolutely stunning. From the moment I walked in, I felt as though I was walking into a masterpiece. I’ve stayed at all the big-name hotels and they don’t vary too much so it’s definitely nice to visit something so uniquely beautiful!
Bliss Boutique Hotel is actually one of the first hotels in Africa to have a digital key. When you book a room, you will receive an email asking you to download the check in app. On the day of your stay, you will receive an update on the hotel room that will be available along with a room number. Once the room is ready, guests can skip the front desk, head directly to the room and open the door with the phone via a Bluetooth connection. Using a smart phone key also eliminates the dreaded demagnetization of the plastic key card, which typically happens when its magnetic strip gets too close to your phone.
The hotel boasts eight luxurious rooms with the finest fixtures and fittings and every detail has been thought of when it comes to comfort.Each room has a 40 inch High Definition TV, with a DSTV decoder and a full bouquet of channels with a separate speaker system.
I stayed in the Signature 203 – Victorian Inspired room with a modern twist. The room has a cosy queen bed with silk duvet Inner, silk pillows and luxurious Egyptian Cotton linen. The bathroom has a bath and a shower and Bliss branded toiletries. The room was spacious and had all the modern amenities you’d expect from a 5 star hotel and baby cots are available upon request.
Before we even get on to the food, I wanted to make a note about the staff at this hotel who were professional, helpful and approachable staff I’ve ever experienced.
There is a generous variety of cereals, fruit flavoured yoghurt, fruit salad and pastries. They also have a hot breakfast menu.
For breakfast I had the shakshuka dish which reminded me of my time in Abu Dhabi. The dish was made of eggs of cause with tomatoes, chili, peppers and served in a pan.
Overall, my stay at this hotel had me wishing I could stay longer as it was truly blissful. I couldn’t find any faults and this would be one of my first options of places to stay when I return to Cape Town.
I was welcomed as a guest of Bliss Boutique Hotel, but all opinions are honest and my own. ?