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I stayed overnight on my way back from the UK. As you step into the reception area, one wonders if one has made a mistake because some of the floor tiles are cracked and quite a few have what looked like permanent dirt on them....More
Breakfast is very good, I had an problem with hot water during four days.
Any employees are excellent.
The hotel has a good localization, near downtown, waterfront and stadium.
The wireless is more or less.
Stayed here for a couple of days recently with two friends and it was absolutely fine.
Room was clean and lovely.
Breakfast was Gorgeous.
Chilled out staff.
If you are in Cape Town for a short stay, don't want to spend all your time in...More
Worst hotel ever. Had a bad feeling the moment we stepped in. Please please give this one a miss. The staff is unfriendly. We had a problem with the AC, reported it, but it fell on deaf ears. The managers only concern was when we...More
The room was clean, but the one bedside lamp had loose wires and didn't work. This did get sorted out while we were out. There was no 2 pin plug or hairdryer as advertised. We had to ask for both from reception. Pillows are shocking...More
US$70 - US$164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It's always best to book in advance when visiting Cape Town. It is low season, meaning it's winter in South Africa. Make sure to bring closed toed shoes, a warm sweater, and some type of windbreaker and... More
It's always best to book in advance when visiting Cape Town. It is low season, meaning it's winter in South Africa. Make sure to bring closed toed shoes, a warm sweater, and some type of windbreaker and beanie hat.
Our group had 27 people, and we received a decent discount. You may choose to ask the hotel whether they would be willing to offer a winter rate for their rooms and because you are in a group,they might be willing.
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