Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby Victoria from New York
Wonderful place to stayPosted Dec 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
We really loved our time at More Quarters. The apartments are lovely, the breakfasts are terrific and the staff couldn't be nicer and more helpful. All in all , a wonderful experience. We recommend highly
for Getaway With Friendsby A verified traveler from London
Fantastic hotel in a great location in Cape TownPosted Mar 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
I was lucky enough to have 4 nights with a friend in More Quarters Apartment Hotel, which was just such a treat. Got extremely well received and got all the information we needed immediately upon arrival. The people in the reception did everything to make our stay as smooth and nice as possible and listen to all our requests and needs. The appartment we got was just amazing - so spacious and lovely decorated that we immediately felt at home. They clean the place twice a day and every night when we came back from town - the curtains where pulled down and the beds made up. The breakfast was to die for and all the stuff on the buffet just yummi. The area where the hotel is located is also great, with several really nice restaurants just around the corner. Would highly recommend this place to anyone who prefer a bit more space and a personal touch when going to Cape Town.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
More Quarters/Cape Cadogan- charming boutiquePosted Feb 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
We were moved to the Cape Cadogan, which is just across the street. We loved our 4 night stay at this hotel. Its charming, 10 minutes from the town centre and nothing was too much effort for the staff. Room was very big and nicely (but not amazingly) furnished- a few items of furniture were of dubious taste! Bathroom was big with an unbelievable double shower. Breakfast was delicious, room service came from a restaurant across the street which was excellent. There were lovely touches like cookies or toffee by the bed at night, local port and sherry and canapés in the drawing room. Definitely a superior option to the soleless chain hotels in the centre of town, a real gem.
for Everyoneby TBird from London, England
A charming unique hideaway in Central CapetownPosted Feb 7, 2012
Pros: Luxurious yet charming rooms, bijou setting, friendly staff, self catering with good quality equipment, great location.
Cons: Difficult but not quite impossible parking, You may get lucky and find a space. If you do, try and keep it!
Location: Kloof Str famous for bars, restaurants, independent shops. From the nearby Mount Nelson Hotel, you can walk thru Company's Gardens to CPT Central.
Charming & helpful staff. Not a hotel as such but 2 whole roads (actually 2 short cul de sacs)that have been bought up and the charming terraced houses turned into suites and self catering rooms. Area of Kloof Str great for bars and restaurants and a short, safe walking distance from the Mount Nelson Hotel for extra grandeur. Breakfasts large and offering much variety. Bathroom toileteries upmarket Charlotte Rhys. Decor modern, chic and tasteful. Certainly would book again and recommend. Just one downside, parking very difficult as road short but you can offload and park elsewhere. Shops and supermarkets in Kloof Str for self catering supplies. They are also linked to an upmarket Private Game Reserve near the Kruger Park and can book you. Why am I giving my secrets away. I should rather keep this gem for myself!!
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Los Angeles, CA
Fantastic Place!Posted Nov 28, 2011 on Hotels.com
We stayed at the More Quarters for four delightful nights and now that we are back home we are missing the place! It was clean and luxurious; the staff was extremely kind and went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. The breakfast room is elegant and airy and the food was delicious.