Monday, 18 November 2013

Venue Review - Tintswalo Atlantic

You hear the term ‘one of a kind’ description often, but as you drive into the Table Mountain National Park on Chapmans peak drive, you can feel the tranquillity and awe of the unspoiled beauty that lies around you. Even though you just drove out of the city a few moments back, the remoteness and total privacy, along with the views across the bay, simply take your breath away.

The Tintswalo Atlantic is nestled on the water on the Atlantic Sea in Hout Bay, Cape Town. The attention to detail, understated elegance and almost perfect style leaves you with a feeling similar to the meaning of Tintswalo – ‘the intangible feeling of love and peace that you bestow on someone who has given you a meaningful and worthy gift’.

Almost all of the Event Organiser’s Network Educational party, both local and Gauteng based, are well travelled and used to being spoilt. However most were so taken by exquisite ten luxury suites, named and tailored after islands all around the world. The pebbled beach, wooden walkways in-between the unspoilt foliage and trees, the private decks, fire places in each room, make Tintswalo an astonishing romantic venue, perfect for a small wedding.

The regal presidential suite, as well as the hidden pool lounge area with gazebo, would suit an executive conference, where private lunches and dinners can be served, with the attention of the executive chef, to cater for their every need.

The day at Tintswalo Atlantic left us all feeling like we stepped into our own personal paradise. Certainly the writer has a new favourite destination, and is looking forward to returning to Cape Town’s very own best kept hide-away secret.

See our detailed EON member evaluation below and read their comments here

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