We stayed in this 3* hotel 2 nights, before our african overland tour started.
The room was nice, but smelled of cold smoke. yuck. The room was on the 7th floor, so the windows would not open completely. But we had a view on Table Mountain, which was nice!
The thing we liked best about this hotel was the reception staff and the concierge. They were all very nice and welcoming.
There was a large choice for breakfast, which was excellent.
The restaurant next door was really good too, and it was nice not having to take a taxi to go somewhere...
Unique Quality: There is a small outdoor pool on the top of the hotel, nice to have a quick dip and enjoy the view on Table Mountain!
Hotel has good spacious rooms, and a Superb restaurant by the name of Butcher's Grill, very well known. Worth every cent to have a meal especially the steaks and few of the game meats.
Definityly worth staying here for the price and the restaurant.
Unique Quality: Has a pool on one of the floors, did not visit it.
Get a room facing the green market squre, keeps you really busy during the day, and the night keeps you entertained with the partying crowd especially on Thurs -Saturdays
My family and I (wife and 2 children ages 5 and 9) have almost finalised our first ever trip to South Africa on 5th April. We have the last 10 days of our trip booked in camps Bay, other beach areas and the Garden route but for our first 4 days we have the choice of either staying at the Park Inn Greenmarket Square or the Sea Point Protea hotel.
We believe that bot hotels/locations have their plus/minus points but any advice would be really appreciated.
Also, how much is a taxi from airport to Cape Town centre and can the airport taxis be trusted?
Surely hotels of this calibre will arrange less expensive airport shuttles?
(I only know the City Lodge Hotel shuttle in Johannesburg where I think it is R28 per person for the 10 minute ride to/from the airport)
Thank you for all your advise - can you tell me which one is in the 'safest' area, also we would like to go out to the waterfront in the evening so would this have any bearing on which one to chose?
Thanks Jeremy, can you tell me why and whether it is easy to get there and back from the waterfront in the evening?
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Address: 10 Greenmarket Square Road, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8002, South Africa