Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Dora Vasilatos from New York
Incredibly helpful, polite and helpful staffPosted Nov 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
We loved our stay at the Cape Cadogan. I have never found friendlier and more helpful staff in my life and I travel a lot. The hotel offers a nice breakfast, complimentary water, turn down service and even offers afternoon cordials in the main lobby area (sherry and port wine) with canapes which we found truly unique. The hospitality is fantastic at this boutique hotel. Although the rooms are small by NY standards they are very clean. The only bad thing about this hotel is that the wifi reception is very patchy and unreliable. This is one thing that the Cape Cadogan could improve in my view. Otherwise it was overall great!
for Familiesby carrie
A Quaint B&B in a Convenient LocationPosted Mar 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Guest rooms are basic but common areas are lovely, breakfast is delicious in outside courtyard, parking is free. Service is friendly and wonderful. Simone & team helped us with several arrangements in a friendly efficient manner. Overall a great experience!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Heavenly Boutique HotelPosted Nov 1, 2012 on Hotels.com
Have stayed in many good hotels throughout the world. This is the tops. The service was without flaw, facilities in room as good as it gets. If returning to Cape Town would not consider elsewhere.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New York, NY
Cape Cadogan - must-stay for Cape TownPosted Apr 20, 2012 on Hotels.com
We had an amazing time at the Cape Cadogan. The hotel is beautiful, a very distinctive, colonial feel. The room was very nice - a bit on the small side for those used to US-style hotel rooms, but very comfortable. There are also a number of very nice common areas (including a lovely courtyard) that we spent a lot of time in. The staff was wonderful- they helped put together a number of trips, and were always very professional and friendly. Breakfasts were included every morning, and were always delicious. There was a very nice buffet with fruit, bread and pastries, and preserved meats and cheeses, as well as a number of very good hot options cooked to order. I would strongly recommend the Cape Cadogan to anyone who wants a smaller spot with tons of character.
for Couplesby Sandy from Long Island, NY
A Luxury Boutique Hotel in Cape TownPosted Mar 18, 2012
Staying in the Cape Cadogan was like being a guest in a gracious home. The staff could not have been more helpful with making and confirming reservations, suggestions for excursions and tours and any other thing we needed. The location was great, right near Long Street's restaurants and nightlife. From the lavish breakfast to the complimentary port and canapes each evening, this hotel was a lovely experience.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Mining Indaba 202Posted Feb 9, 2012
Pros: Great breakfast
Cons: Limited room service
Location: Great for Table Mountain/Lions Head and Camps Bay
Great hotel, stylish, understated, brilliant staff, great location away from teh hustle and bustle and city centre / waterfront
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Wolverhampton
False impression of luxury on web site and poor locationPosted Dec 11, 2011
Location: Waterfront for safety and convenience
This is a nice hotel but a little over rated on trip adviser We found it expensive but had a large luxury room and very good service. Nice selection for breakfast but a little far from waterfront area and more backpackers land. Cape Town is very expensive for accommodation but very reasonable for food and drinks.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London, England
Comfortable stay, with amazing service!Posted Jul 27, 2011 on Hotels.com
This lovely guest house is set in a quiet street just minutes from downtown Cape Town. The old house has had a fantastic renovation and is extremely comfortable. However, the thing that set this hotel apart was the service! No detail was too small and no request was denied. There was a genuine concern and desire to make the stay fantastic, easy, and comfortable.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from London
Very pleasing guesthouse with very helpful staffPosted Jan 20, 2011 on Hotels.com
The house is beautifully decorated in the main areas in particular - I expected the bedrooms to be a little more opulent and found them to be comfortable and clean with little detail in terms of design. Staff are extremely friendly and helpful. The breakfast is the best I have ever experienced in a hotel let alone guesthouse. Location is very central but part of you actually wishes this house was set overlooking a vineyard as opposed to on the infamously shady streets of Cape Town! We felt very secure once in the guesthouse.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Dubai
An absolutel gem in Cape TownPosted Jun 3, 2010
The Cape Cadogan Hotel has all the charms of an intimate B&B and yet the quality of accommodation, the breakfast and, above all else, the personalised service are better than most 5-star hotels. Unlike many 'boutique hotels' which can be a bit rough around the edges, the Cape Cadogan is anythig but. The attention to detail is fantastic. Location - A lovely, quiet residential street a few minutes' walk away from dozens of cafes and restaurants (and some very nice shops) on Kloof Street and Long Street. The room - We were in Room 8; beautiful room with a terrace (looking out to Table Mountain) and a massive bathroom. Breakfast - Absolutely delicious! Service - Incredible service...very friendly, helpful and efficient. A special thanks to Dean and Kirsten for your help and hospitality. I can't wait to go back!