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I did not stay here so cannot comment on the hotel, but I did have breakfast here a couple of mornings. Breakfast starts at 8 am and their buffet costs 65 SAR PP which is amazing value for the great spread the hotel puts on....More
this hotel is located rigth near the green market square, which is the centre of town, and this is not neccasarily a good thing, cause the area can be dangerous at nigth. the breakfast is very generous, with an wide variety and unusual dishes, like...More
When coming to town on a budget in a city where tourism booms.. Things tend to cost a extra few pennies, especially regarding hotels.. Now ive seen the reviews here on trip advisor... This is my opinion
Tudor hotel is in the Heart of cape...More
Being a novice visitor to Cape-Town, I picked the Tudor due to it's proximity/links to the major tourist attractions ie picking up tourist bus, shops , craft markets and restaurants etc. The Tudor does what it says on the tin for a three star hotel,...More
I was on my way to a conference in Stellenbosch when a former student of mine who works in the Sri Lankan High Commission in Pretoria suggested that I spend a few days in Cape Town and take in the sights before proceeding to the...More
I stayed here for three nights very clean oldie world hotel with very helpful and friendly staff rooms are fantastic and clean with large TV, tea and coffee facilities and nice aircon. Would stay there again without... More
I stayed here for three nights very clean oldie world hotel with very helpful and friendly staff rooms are fantastic and clean with large TV, tea and coffee facilities and nice aircon. Would stay there again without hesitation. Thanks to all you guys. PS breakfast was awesome. David
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"Ask for a room at the back very quiet as hotel is right next to Ling Street"