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I stayed for 2 nights in Lady Hamilton in Cape Town and had an amazing experience. The hotel is in an interesting part of the city but is internally located. The quality and variety of the breakfast was a pleasant surprise. However, I was most...More
I stayed a few nights in Lady Hamilton in Cape Town and had a lovely experience. The hotel is in an interesting part of the city and in a good location. The room and other facilities were to my expectation and the quality of the...More
The front desk staff was very friendly and the buffet breakfast was fine. The rooms were clean. From there it goes downhill. From the rip in the bedroom curtain to the furniture in the lounge which have seen many, many better days, the hotel is...More
This hotel is very dated and in need of some upgrades. The location is pretty good - close to some great restaurants and bars but not too close to the tourist spots. The room wasn't as comfortable as we would have liked and the windows...More
Retuning from an over landing trip, the hostel accommodation offered, was not good, so we looked close by and found this quaint place. It may not be the Ritz, but the staff were friendly and cheerful, the food fresh and tasty. The rooms were basic...More
Response from ladyhcpt | Property representative |
Hi, you can contact the hotel directly to organize a airport pick up for you. Furthermore the people at the reception can assist you with lots of information and brochures of what to do and where to go.
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"No lift so take care if less able. I think all rooms were upstairs."