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What a wonderful place to spend the weekend with my husband. Although the service was a bit slow, I didn't mind finding this place tranquil as can be. This is indeed oldey worldey, and was glad that we came. Thank to everyone who made the...More
We had a marvelous time at this historical hotel. Very friendly personal and good service. we loved the food and the amazing view of this beautiful small town. Blue Cranes can be seen on farm land and wheat fields in the Swartland, gathering in large...More
Was here on a work conference and not sure that the place delivered. Given that there was a large group checking in and out and on a tight timeline for everything, the service was slow and inefficient. Guessing the slow pace would be perfect for...More
This is a peaceful getaway from the big city (Cape Town) The bar has Boer War (1899/1902 relics/correspondence) The surroundings are full of quaint places and some very good wine farms for Olives & Tasting.
Response from RoyalriebeekCapeTown, Owner at The Royal HotelResponded 1 August 2013
Thank you for your time to review us. We hope to welcome you back in our beautiful valley soon.
Thanks Robert Francois and the friendly helpful and efficient staff of the ROYAL for making our wonderful special day super special! We had the stunning hotel to ourselves from Friday till Sunday. Francois and his team were just amazing - from the ceremony in the...More
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Response from RoyalriebeekCapeTown, Owner at The Royal HotelResponded 10 July 2013
Dear Louise and Willie,
Thank you for your great review. And thank you for allowing to us to be part of that most special day. Rumour has it that none of the weddings held at The Royal for the past 151 years has ever resulted...More