|Distance to city centre||3,4 km|
|Nearest airport||Cape Town Intl|
|Distance to airport||18,8 km|
|beds were comfortable||in 41 reviews|
|breakfast was good||in 120 reviews|
|business school||in 7 reviews|
|cape town||in 13 reviews|
|close proximity||in 124 reviews|
|converted prison||in 4 reviews|
|distance to waterfront||in 117 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 227 reviews|
|great location||in 327 reviews|
|hotel in a perfect||in 112 reviews|
|people laughing||in 14 reviews|
|red bus||in 19 reviews|
|room was too small||in 117 reviews|
|seagulls on roof||in 14 reviews|
|small space||in 17 reviews|
|spread buildings||in 4 reviews|
|table mountain||in 8 reviews|
|value for money||in 39 reviews|
Bed was tiny my legs hang over edge Room was small for a family room Hotel had no atmosphere Buffet breakfast was terrible
Great location, helpful and friendly staff. The room was very modern and pleasant. The pillows were real feathers! (This may seem strange to note, but is a big deal to a frequent business traveler.) I was able to easily print something that I needed from the business center. The breakfast included in the room was extensive and delicious.
The room was cold, and it seemed that only air conditioning (not heat) was available. The internet is unstable, which made trying to work from the hotel room a challenge. There was literally a *single* outlet in my room.This meant that I couldn't properly charge my phone and laptop because of this limitation. The outlet is at the desk only, so I couldn't charge my phone overnight (as I need the alarm near me to wake up.)
It's a very good location, good wifi and a washer and dryer available to do laundry (great perk)
Rooms are kinda small some rooms have shared bathrooms
Modern clean rooms. Safe area of the city. Across street from main office of City tour Busses. Victoria and Albert Pier is center of tourism.
Archaic Wi-Fi system, requiring new username daily and with each log on. It does not remember you. Also, there is no CNN or BBC. Only SkyNews. OK if your British and want to keep up on parliament and London issues only.
The staff was wonderfully attentive. The location was perfect for our needs as tourists - it was just a long half block from the V&A waterfront and across the street from the aquarium and the main place for the hop-on hop-off buses (by the way, these were the best of similar ones we have done in other cities). The breakfast was ample and of high quality. It' history as a former maximum security prison made this more interesting than cookie-cutter hotels.
The wi-fi was slow and a bit hard to connect to. We actually needed to go into the hallway to connect an iPad, but once connected, it worked in the room.
Experience the beauty of South Africa at Protea Hotel Cape Town Waterfront Breakwater Lodge. Our hotel, housed in a 19th-century building, offers a scenic location within view of the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and Signal Hill as well as easy access to the Cape Town International Convention Centre. In between your adventurous outings, indulge in a pamper session at our spa. Retire for the day in our modern rooms and suites. We provide complimentary Wi-Fi, plush beds and flat-screen TVs for your utmost comfort. Many of our accommodations also boast waterfront views. Take advantage of our convenient room service and dine at our Stonebreakers Restaurant. Need to host an event? Leave a lasting impression when you reserve one of our 16 meeting venues for your business convention or social soirée. During downtime, get in your workout at our fitness center. However you spend your time, embrace renewing travels at Protea Hotel Cape Town Waterfront Breakwater Lodge.
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|Cape Town Intl||18,8 km|