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Urban Chic Boutique Hotel, an upmarket luxury hotel, located on Long Street in Cape Town, in the heart of the beautiful city. My boyfriend actually found this gorgeous hotel when we were looking for accommodation last month for a Wedding we were attending. To our...More
The hotel utself is fantastic but due to it's extremely awkward position right next to Stones, across the road from Space Bar and down the road from 169 don't think you're gonna get much sleep. It is now 2am and I am still awake for...More
We stayed 5 nights in this very central hotel on busy Long Street. Like other reviews have mentioned noise is an issue, more so on weekends. There were a few issues with service, but most staff were friendly and more than willing to help with...More
False advertising or bad management. or somewhere in between. Entering the room noticed some odd things like a broken table leg, a torn curtain, and what looked like a sock or cloth wrapped around leaking shower head. Oops the safe didn't work needed batteries….ummm mini...More
We booked it for 2 nights only taking the noisy street into account.
But the noise was not the main problem'
- the room, at first look, looked very nice. Then we discovered that you can only switch on half of the lights "in an...More
Response from UrbanChicBoutique | Property representative |
Good day Jennifer
We do have parking and it is free, but it is strictly on a first come, first serve basis. We do not reserve parking bays for guests. If the parking is full then you would need to park in the street outside... More
Good day Jennifer
We do have parking and it is free, but it is strictly on a first come, first serve basis. We do not reserve parking bays for guests. If the parking is full then you would need to park in the street outside of the hotel.
With kind regards,
Siranne van Onselen