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The hotel is not big, nice building 10 minutes walk from the Parliament, opposite Iziko museum, Company gardens and synagogue. Big rooms, good breakfast, decent service. But I do not recommend to dine here - not on the level.
Great experience at the Cape Town Hollow hotel earlier this month.
+ Good, central location. 12 minutes walking to Long Street, where you can find the City Sightseeing tour guide outpost.
+ Nice onsite restaurant. Very good food, delicious breakfast options (try the yogurt...More
My husband and I were on a two week honeymoon trip in South Africa, and booked the Cape Town Hollow for four nights on local recommendation. It is good value for money, well-located near Long Street and Kloof Street and not far from the V&A...More
We stayed at the Cape Town Hollow for 6 days. The hotel is in good condition and within walking distance from restaurants and other tourist areas that are located downtown. The staff were very helpful with directions, transportation, luggage assistance and restaurant recommendations. They were...More
Friends had recommended. After 5 nights in Capetown we know there is no better location for walking and visiting various sites downtown. Exceptional front desk service and wait staff who remember you and use your name. Large rooms. Our twin beds were just fine. Highly...More
The only restrictions we came across where to limit our use of water. For example, take shorter showers, don't run the water while brushing your teeth, etc. They also ask that you re-use your towels and linens rather than... More
The only restrictions we came across where to limit our use of water. For example, take shorter showers, don't run the water while brushing your teeth, etc. They also ask that you re-use your towels and linens rather than getting fresh ones every day which is something we see here in the states to conserve water, as well. Some cafes/bars we went to may have had hand sanitizer our rather than water to wash your hands. It really didn't impact our trip. It was an amazing vacation. Hope this helps!