We stayed 2 nights here as part of a Saga tour. The rooms and bathrooms are small but perfectly functional and the beds comfortable. Our room was on the side and we could see the road, however we were not bothered by traffic noise even though we had the windows open at night. The hotel has an old world charm and is keen to promote the visit of the UK royal family in 1947. There is a lovely lounge with stuffed chintzy sofas adjacent to the 1st floor dining room. Breakfast is taken in the downstairs restaurant which opens onto the small courtyard. Food is very good with plenty of choice. The pool is in an area of rather unkempt garden at the back of the hotel with only 6 loungers and no parasols. WiFi in the hotel is hopeless not only for those using ipads but also on the main computer in the lounge.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Colonial elegance, modern convenience The Queen's Hotel is an oasis of colonial elegance and wired modern convenience in the heart of Oudtshoorn - the capital of the beautiful semi-arid Klein Karoo. Finished in 1880, this grand dame of South African hoteliery has recently been restored to her full original beauty and continues to offer sumptuous accommodation, service and dining that is reminiscent of a bygone era but driven by dynamic modern hotel management. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Queens Hotel Oudtshoorn