Unfortunately, this isn't a traditional trailer park exclusively for beautifully kept Airstreams, but it is the world's only collection of trailer park penthouse suites — a collection of seven beautifully polished aluminum Airstream travel trailers ready for your overnight stay...
This gleaming fleet of seven Airstream travel trailers have been positioned on the rooftop of the Grand Daddy Hotel, overlooking Cape Town's Table Mountain and the city below. Each of the seven trailers has been customized and themed with "Capetonian soul," and features air-conditioning, insulation, hot and cold water, flushing toilets and showers.
They are arranged around a beautifully manicured rooftop. Here are four of the seven "themed" trailers available for your stay:
Afro-Funk by Carla Soudien
: The trailer's earthy colours set the tone for an African experience – minus the wildlife. Soudien was inspired by the street fashion of Cape Town and this is represented in her careful attention to texture.
Love of Lace by Tracy Lynch: Tracy’s signature color pink is the key inspiration for a feminine appeal and an intriguing seclusion that says boudoir not bordello. Lynch is inviting iconic South African women to select heart-stoppingly beautiful lingerie which will be decoratively framed for added effect.
Dorothy by Sarah Pratt: Sarah Pratt, a fine artist as well as a lecturer at Michaelis is responsible for the trendy Dorothy airstream. Pratt reinvents the airstream with a Duck-egg-blue foundation color and then covers every inch with white polka dots.
The Ballad of John & Yoko by Tamsin Relly, Cara Rosa and Chloe Townsend: John and Yoko by fine artist Tamsin Relly, Cara Rosa a textile designer along with Chloe Townsend. Townsend also has her own leather accessories label, Missibaba.