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In the center of Cape Town, this quite simple but adequate hotel has everything you need for a one or two nights´ stay.
The breakfast was good, the staff very friendly. The beds were good and the place was clean. The communal areas like the...More
Thanks guys @ the Tudor Hotel for making my stay in CPT an enjoyable pleasure. Very friendly and helpful team. Rooms very clean and quiet with air con large TV and tea and coffee facilities. A special thanks to Tracy and Valma you guys where...More
We were initially booked in a backpackers down the road and within minutes of arriving there we wanted to leave, the place was filthy. So we jumped online and found Tudor and what a find. For a little more than what we paid for a...More
I stayed 6 nights in the hotel. Convenient central location, but no parking place. Great and pleasant customer service, good breakfast, starts at 7:30 am. WiFi is limited to 500MB. Hotel is not preferable for someone who likes clean atmosphere.
Nice older hotel. It is very clean. The staff was welcoming and helpful. The breakfast buffet was very nice and had a wide variety of foods and changed daily.
The air conditioning in the room was GREAT! Location is good as well. Close by to...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"