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Reviewed 17 November 2019

Arambrook in an incredibly beautiful and comfortable place to stay. From the second you walk in, you feel like you’re at home. The staff are amazingly friendly and delightful and go above and beyond your requests. We travelled with a baby and the staff were just amazing with him. From setting up the most adorable cot in our room for him, to going out and buying a high chair just for him. We were speechless at their generosity. The rooms are simply stunning and every little detail has been thought of. Arambrook’s chef, Stacey, is incredible and a real asset to the hotel. Her food is so fresh and everything is made from scratch, including the bread. Nothing is impossible for the kitchen staff! We kept extending our stay as we didn’t want to leave! It was very hard to say goodbye to the hotel and staff, but we will definitely be back. One of the best hotels we’ve stayed at on our travels around the globe. Thanks Arambrook!

Date of stay: November 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank Abbie R
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Reviewed 10 August 2019 via mobile

I’ve just spent four days in this little piece of heaven nestled in Cape Town’s best and most beautiful suburb. The hotel has THE most gorgeous views of Table Mountain that make the mountain look like an arm’s reach away.
The establishment itself exudes old school ultra, yet understated luxury. I’m well travelled and I can say there are few hotels in the world where as a guest you are made to fee as if no request is too much. Did I say I’m not that easy to please? Yepp!! I’m still in awe cause there was nothing that can be improved upon. Amy, Aubrey, Nomfundo go the extra mile. Oh and the private Chef just whips up your favorite dishes in a way that gets your tongue bursting the Hallelujah Chorus. Keep it up guys. I’ve found my home away from home in Cape Town. Looking forward to walks along the river and the international award winning Kirstenbosch Gardens next time.

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled on business
2  Thank Noluthando G
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Reviewed 2 May 2019 via mobile

A beautiful setting in Constantia. The hotel is right next to botanical garden, where I did my jog in the morning. It is also close to a few wine estates.
I love the friendly ambience that was so welcoming that you feel like at your own house.

Date of stay: March 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Svidss
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Reviewed 14 February 2019

Property was originally a substantial Cape Town family home and has been converted into a 6 or 7 bedroom boutique hotel with adjoining pool house, pool and extensive and well-manicured gardens with amazing views up to Devils Peak.

Located in Bishopscourt, one of Cape Towns prettiest suburbs, perfect for access to nearly anywhere; Kirstenbosch Gardens (2 minutes), Constantia (5 minutes), the City Centre & Waterfront (15 minutes), Clifton, Camps Bay and the southern beaches (20 minutes) etc.

Still owned by the family and it shows with the attention to detail flawless, the team on site were superb and ‘made' our stay - from the management to the kitchen team to the night porter & the security guards. All were knowledgeable, friendly, discreet yet attentive - everything you want from a hotel (as opposed to an apartment) experience.

F&B wise, the breakfasts were superb (the quality of the food throughout South Africa was amazing) and bespoke dinners were available if we had chosen to dine in (we dined out)

Room tip: All the rooms are spacious & beautifully furnished. Rear facing rooms have views of Devils Peak
Date of stay: February 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Chr A
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Reviewed 4 February 2019

What a lovely experience - the rooms are absolutely beautiful with fantastic views and the hotel grounds which you can enjoy whilst having breakfast or a swim are just perfect. And then of course the gardens are in the most fantastic setting. The service was also wonderful - whatever we wanted for breakfast and everything delicious. You can choose your cushion from the cushion cupboard (so if you have allergies or have a particular preference). Everything has been thought of -

Date of stay: November 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Carmel M
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