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Colosseum Luxury Hotel Questions & Answers

How is the hotel handling the water shortage?

Are there private showers in the room?

9 months ago Answer

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George
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The plugs in the baths have been removed and may be requested from reception. The showers have water saving devices fitted.

5 months ago
Staines
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We were at this hotel in January. We had a bath in the bedroom but it was out of bounds but we also had a shower in our room and were asked to use water wisely. It was as we were coming home that the restrictions were being stepped up. Perhaps if you contact 5h3 hotel they could give you an update on th3 current situation.

9 months ago
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There are private showers in the rooms, they have signs advising you to save water

9 months ago
Cape Town, South Africa
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I stayed in the Hotel in December, There are private showers, they have removed the bath plugs and have requested all guests to assist by taking as short as possible showers, flushing toilets when necessary and in general utilizing as little water as possible.

9 months ago
Cape Town Central, South Africa
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Yes there are private showers, when we left the Colesseum they were requesting all guests to assist by taking as short as possible showers , flushing toilets when necessary and in general utilizing as little water as possible. It is a good idea to take your own drinking water, or boil tap water .

9 months ago
Great Shefford, United Kingdom
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I travelled to this hotel in November . There were showers in the room and the hotel displayed notices everywhere advising to limit water consumption

9 months ago
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