With the influx of local and international visitors, accommodation becomes a crucial factor. The Capital Pearls Resort Hotel, which launched in December is the perfect seascape on a budget.
During my two-night stay I experienced this “home away from home” feel of the hotel. The staff presence isn’t conspicuous as there are no bedtime turn-downs or porters. There are no toiletries or sewing kits in the bathroom.
What you do get is a cross between the comforts of home and the luxury of resort living. There is access to the swimming pool, bar, sun deck, as well as complimentary access to the Planet Fitness gym.
With 140 apartments (ranging from executive to one, two and three-bedroomed options), including an extensive conference and meeting facilities, it also makes for an ideal conference venue, too.
I was hosted in a sea-facing studio on the 10th floor, which boasted the most stupendous views. In terms of decor, they went for the minimalist but functional look.