Described as “casually chic”, Cape Town’s The Glen is a beautifully styled (and the only exclusively) gay boutique hotel in South Africa catering to discerning local and international visitors.

Based in Sea Point on the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town, this gay-owned four-star hotel is ideally situated for accessing the city’s breathtaking beaches, dining at any of its superb restaurants, visiting its bars and clubs or for exploring the magnificent beauty of the Western Cape.

Every individually styled en-suite room (and private apartment) features a private garden or terrace or balcony and many offer mountain and/ or sea views.

From the luxury linen and comfy robes to the stunning Italian designer bathrooms, The Glen aims to redefine the concepts of luxury and service throughout your stay.

A stunning new private spa facility is also now available. With contemporary design and featuring an elegant Steam-room, Jacuzzi and Sauna, the spa is exclusively for the use of our hotel guests and their friends.

Whether relaxing on the spacious sun-terrace, or enjoying a drink at the private bar, every aspect of the Glen Boutique Hotel is designed to bring style, luxury and comfort to all its guests. Don’t just take our words for it:

    “Great boutique hotel with comfortable, cosmopolitan surroundings” – Time Out, South Africa

    “The needs of the gay traveller are fully catered for because the staff are members of the family” – Independent, London

    “Its gorgeous bedrooms, marble bathrooms, swimming pool and steam room make this gay-owned and -run hotel the ideal place to relax” – Out & About, USA

    “Great staff and very stylish decor” – Bent, Australia

Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure why not join the Glen’s friendly team for their great-value ‘Secret Season’ (15th April to 30th September)? Rooms start from only R495 per night (incl. breakfast).

The Glen Boutique Hotel is situated at 3 The Glen, Sea Point, Cape Town. Contact the hotel via telephone (0)21 439 0086, e-mail or its website.

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