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I booked here last minute via Booking.com because it was the most central (I needed to take the train next day and station was half a mile away).
I paid the equivalent of £40 for bed and breakfast in a clean and perfectly acceptable hotel....More
I was booked in to the hotel on a business trip for a full board with another colleague. When we arrived we were both given rooms right next to the elevator. The elevator is extremely noisy so I went to ask if I could have...More
This is a 3 star hotel, in Cape Town. Centrally located within walking distance to Bus and Train Station and makes this hotel an ideal launching pad to the major Cape Town attractions namely Victoria & Albert Waterfront, Table Mountain as well as the beaches....More
Was very excited about the trip to Cape Town. Nice taxi driver delivered us to hotel. At check in we could hear what we thought was a jackhammer but we soon learned it was the lift noise. The air conditioner didn't work, the door to...More
We booked our night at The New Tulbagh Hotel on Booking.com. Gave our credit card details to confirm the booking, only to find out when I called an hour before arrival that they had not made my booking because the 50% deposit had not cleared....More
$68 - $225 (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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