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This charming hotel has a history stretching back to the late 18th century and charm to match, yet without skimping on classic amenities. When we arrived a fire was crackling in the front parlor. Secure parking is adjacent and each room has its own beauty....More
Stayed at this wonderful boutique hotel last week with my husband and niece and all 3 of us loved this hotel. The room was large enough for 3, was within walking distance of attractions, restaurants, and shopping. The breakfast was delicious. Included hot and cold...More
We stayed at the Cape Heritage Hotel for four nights. It was a treat from arrival to departure. The staff were friendly, accommodating and helpful. The room was clean and very comfortable. Breakfast was delicious with many choices. The location was convenient to shops and...More
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The hotel is very nice. The room was nice but somewhat awkward. Sink and bathtub outside of bathroom and in the middle of the room. What I liked most was the location. Centrally located and next to great restaurants (Chefs Warehouse). Our only complaint is...More
We had a wonderful time at this charming hotel that was full of thoughtful touches and lots of character! From the minute you enter, you feel welcomed and comfortable. Our room was very large with a four poster bed and beautiful decor. Our only negative...More
Best way to get anywhere in Cape Town is Uber. And they're cheap. The rest depends on what you're looking for: Cape Heritage is centrally located, can walk (during the day) to may places. V&A is kind of out of the way and... More
Best way to get anywhere in Cape Town is Uber. And they're cheap. The rest depends on what you're looking for: Cape Heritage is centrally located, can walk (during the day) to may places. V&A is kind of out of the way and since they developed it is just another glitzy place like you could find anywhere.