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What a gorgeous hotel. Everything about it is perfect. The staff are super friendly and helpful, the rooms are gorgeous, the location is perfect. It's an absolute treat to stay here. Highly recommended.
Stayed for four nights. Very convenient and extreme quiet location. Takes about three minutes to get to the v and a waterfront on foot. Wonderful breakfast. Nice staff. Would stay again if in the area.
Classical design on the exterior, but recently renovated interior with all of the modern features that you may want. The room is very spacious and beautifully designed. There was ample storage for clothing and luggage as well as seating. The bathroom was absolutely gorgeous! Better...More
From out bedroom window we could see very clearly Table Top mountain which was a real bonus.
The room was large and had everything that we wanted as and as it was my wife's birthday they gave a beautiful cake and champagne.
We were a...More
I was at this Hotel for 5 days for business. After the second time, at the entrance they called me by my name. Good personal touch. Very professional stuff in all the Hotel.
My room was looking theTable Moutanin with a small but nice terrance....More
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Response from Juan W, General Manager at Queen Victoria Hotel & Manor HouseResponded 1 week ago
Thank you very much for taking the time to write a review on your recent stay at the Queen Victoria Hotel and Manor House. We are happy to hear you enjoyed the time with us and that we were able to add value...More
Cape Town isn’t in a malaria hotspot. Regarding your safari it all depends where it is. There are areas of South Africa that fall into malaria hotspots, we travelled from the uk and followed the advice on ‘fitfortravel’ a... More
Cape Town isn’t in a malaria hotspot. Regarding your safari it all depends where it is. There are areas of South Africa that fall into malaria hotspots, we travelled from the uk and followed the advice on ‘fitfortravel’ a NHS website in the UK where they had a malaria map to view.
There are many different anti malaria drugs we took Atovaquone/proguanil also known as Malarone two days prior to going on safari, during our 4 days there and for 7 days after. No side effects noted. I also use plenty of DEET products and wore long sleeved shirts at night.
You’ll have an awesome time both in Cape Town and on your safari
Response from Jeff-and-Todd | Reviewed this property |
We were there in December. Amazing stay at this hotel. We had one of the rooms with a butler. Because we care about the situation, we took two minute showers and no baths. Nobody at the hotel pressured us but we took it upon... More
We were there in December. Amazing stay at this hotel. We had one of the rooms with a butler. Because we care about the situation, we took two minute showers and no baths. Nobody at the hotel pressured us but we took it upon ourselves to pitch in and do our part. If you want to take 30 minute showers or 3 baths a day, go for it.