About The Vagabond
Discover an exotic home away from home. The Vagabond is located in the quiet neighborhoood of Three Anchor Bay, located behind Mouille Point, home of the majestic 2010 FIFA World Cup Stadium. Squeezed between Sea Point and the Central Business District, less than five minutes walk from the promenade is ideal for leisure travel and business trips.
The Vagabond aims to be a relaxing and hospitable environment where our guests sleep in comfort surrounded by world culture and its multifaceted charms. The Vagabond’s decor features original artifacts from around the world collected across years of travel in Burma, Thailand, Nepal, Angola, Persia, and countless others.
The Asian kingdom features a large queen fitted master and a separate single room ideal for a small family of three. The room is very comfortable and relaxing with two large windows enabling gentle light to warm the atmosphere. The rooms are linked by a windowed shower and bath, the largest bathroom in the house.
The African Parlor features a stoned shower bath with two double rooms, each of which may be arranged in a twin bed or a king arrangement. The African Parlor decor features the original works of West African handicrafts as well as paintings from renowned Angolan painter Pinha.
The Arabian Suite:
The Arabina suite features a queen-sized Moroccan bed, an intimate living area, and a private full-length glass-door shower bath.
• Luxury bedding - all sheets and towels are of top quality 100% cotton
• Heated blankets
• LED 32" mounted TVs (DStv at request)
• Frigobar and security box
• Remote control air conditioned
• Wi-Fi (movie download not allowed)
• Wardrobe, luggage stand, hair dryer
• Desk and chair with coffee and tea
• Continental breakfast
After a dream enchanted night, awaken to a delightful morning repast of assorted seasonal berries and melons along with delicious breads and delectable cheeses, served atop a playfully colored Balinese fisherman’s boat enjoyed by you and your breakfast companions to the aroma of fragrant coffee or espresso.
The salotto (living room), warmed by the hand-made nomadic Saharan tapis, features a one-of-a-kind collection of more than 100 Lonely Planet travel guidebooks to the world’s most far-flung destinations. Fellow Vagabonders browse the library, dreaming and planning future expeditions to faraway ports of call. The book in your hand, read by the light of the mosaic glass Ottoman chandelier, is your passage to that long-dreamt of escapade.
At the top of stairs, you find authentic West African oil paintings depicting crowed markets, music making, joyous carnival, and traditional dance. A generous collection of Angolan traditional musical instruments adorn the facing walls and includes Marimba, Batuque, Saxi, and hard to find Kissange, Omakola, Reco Reco.