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This hotel really delivers re. its service and quality. The place, an old wood turbine, is fantastically quirky and still has great deal of the the original machinery in place and on show. The one thing that let it down was the dinner, but perhaps we just had a bad night. The breakfasts were good. ...
On check in, couldnt see that i had already paid thru expedia and wanted to double charge me. Reservation staff/expert gone all weekend. No person to discuss activities - gone all weekend. I was directed into the wrong parking spot... huge confusion. No maid/cleaning service Sunday. Great hotel spoiled ...
We were delighted with the comfort and contemporary design of the hotel. Very helpful staff and good breakfast. Our apartment room was well equipped . We enjoyed the mountain views and sunset from the balcony of our room.
Whether you’ve got a generous or limited budget, you’ll have little trouble finding a Western Cape hotel with WiFi. The majority of the Western Cape’s hotels, guesthouses and lodges offer WiFi as standard, and in many cases WiFi is available throughout the hotel, including all guestrooms. In some budget accommodations connectivity may be restricted to shared public areas such as the lobby.
The Western Cape is a superb destination for casual and serious photographers. With so many hotels offering WiFi as an amenity, you’ll be able to easily share your pictures of the Western Cape with friends and families back home. Whether you’re snapping on your phone or shooting big images with a DSLR, you’ll be raring to upload your photos at the end of the day – and with landscapes this eye-popping, you can rest assured you won’t need to apply any filters!
When you leave your hotel WiFi for the day, you might find you can still get online. Thanks to a project by the Western Cape government there are WiFi hotspots all over the region, even in some rural towns and villages. Hotspot users are allowed up to 300MB free during their first month of use and 250MB for every subsequent month. Should you need more, you can purchase extra data bundles.
Another great way to stay connected while out and about is by ducking into some of the cool coffee shops in Cape Town’s Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, or in the neighbourhoods of City Bowl and Foreshore. Order a drink, pull up a stool and log on.
Many popular tourist attractions are also free WiFi zones. The whole town of Stellenbosch, which sits right in the heart of the Cape Winelands, offers free connection on its central streets. Cape Town’s relaxing Company’s Gardens, an expansive park that began as a vegetable patch for the Dutch East India Company, also offer open-access WiFi so that wanderers can browse on foot and online.