African Pride 15 On Orange Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed in this hotel with the family in a two bed room appartment, which had a great view towards SIgnal Hill. Overall, it has bee a gret 4 night stay! LOCATION: The poperty is at the upper end of Long STreet and next to Kloof street. Whereas Long Street is more of a pub hopper area, Kloof street features many excellent `restaurants and smaller bars, which are frequented by Capetownians. ROOMS: SPacious, modern, stylish - just very comfi BF: We had the breakfast included, which was an excellent decision. The B/F buffet is great with many options! Underground Parking: There was alwys enough parking space for our rental car just below the hotel, very convinient if you travel around by car. Service: Allways attentive, quick and very friendly. We were there over X‘mas and there were many little extras provided by the hOtel for the Festive Season. Overall: Excellent stay in a great location.
Quick stop for a light meal after visiting the Cape Town planetarium which was excellent. The hotel parking was very convenient being next door to the planetarium. Certainly the best strawberry dacquiri I have ever had. Amazing scones. My wife had the kingklip which was great too and an orange fizz champagne coctail. Definitely worth the visit.
The room is modern and spacious with large shower and a big bathtub. The service was great- as all the staff were really friendly and accommodating. The location is great, walking distance to the museums and bars. We took taxis to/from different places like the V&A waterfront, and nothing was further than 15 minutes. I liked that the hotel is centrally located, but it didn't feel super noisy or busy even though we came during peak tourism season in December. The only downside was that the Concierge did not seem very knowledgeable about restaurants and other attractions, so we had to resort to doing our own research.
This is a boutique hotel with large rooms centrally located in the city. The large company gardens is next door for morning walks. The Long road and the Bree street are walkable distance. We walked to Bo-Kaap area too. The staff is very helpful. The Deputy General Manager, Asheena Pillay, went out of her way to help with our departure plans related to luggage storage. The hotel is in the process of integration with Marriott Chain and will soon have all the perks of that brand. Best to use travel desk for all dinner bookings in the city and in wine country.
Great location, and very comfortable hotel. The rooms are superbly spacious and comfortable. food was good as was the service. the hotel is modern in design and well located for exploring the iconic city of Cape Town
THEFT ALERT!!! THE HOTEL WON’T HELP OR COMPENSATE!!! I posted a review after my stay in October about over $1500 being stolen from my room. My mistake was not using the safe. Regardless... I filed a complaint with management and got a massive run around. Management said they have a list of people who accessed my room and they would all be tested by polygraph. Sounds fair. I kept calling the hotel every few days to see what has come on the tests. In the beginning they said it would happen on Friday, then Monday, then Thursday.... you get the picture. Eventually about two weeks later they said they have tested the staff and waiting for a conclusion report on the results on Friday. I called on a Monday. I’m not sure how polygraph works and if you need that much time to figure out the results but I played along. Once again... called on Friday... not ready yet, called Monday, not ready, called a few days later, still nothing. They said they would contact me and my group liaison but that never happened. Here is my conclusion THEY DON’t CARE. I feel like a hotel that has a problem with theft would go above and beyond to clear their name of the polygraph test came back negative. So... either they didn’t test anyone or they are guiltily but decided to just wear me out until I give up with no compensation and an inflated phone bill from calling South Africa every few days. Cape Town is beautiful. I travel for a living and have left great reviews here on TripAdvisor for places so just lock your stuff up and even better, stay at a different hotel and don’t let that one ruin your stay as obviously the staff goes through your belongings when you’re out and about.
Though I visited the hotel during the water crises, I think the hotel did a great job at motivating travelers to conserve water while affording facilities well. The rooms are huge, even by standards of hotels in India. The property is well located, next to long street, so one can easily party late and walk to the hotel. Also next to the famous Company Gardens, which are very beautiful.
Seven nights here with my sister and niece were an absolute joy. It’s location is just right being close to access all the major points of interest but not in the busy busy areas near the Waterfront. Being so close to Table Mountain and the Company’s Gardens doesn’t hurt either! We had a lovely comfortable suite with an en- suite double and twin bedroom and a small lounge area. Staff at hotel were extremely friendly and helpful whether it was arranging visits to Boulders Beach and Haut Bay or getting an emergency doctor out at 1am The food and bar services were very good overall. A slightly relaxed attitude to service suited us on holiday but might be an issue if you’re in a hurry. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this hotel
This hotel is really nicely located and beautiful inside. You can ask for a breakfast box at the front desk if you are going to miss breakfast and that was really convenient for us because we had a tour that left at 5:30 AM. Also, the hotel has a taxi service that is very convenient with really great drivers. We got great service at the bar and restaurant, although to be fair when we went we were the only ones there. One negative thing is that there were loud people in the street outside late at night. It wasn't the hotel's fault but just something to know. The windows also didn't close all the way in our room so there was even less of a sound buffer.
This is my go to hotel when im in CT. I love the fact that its not ind middle of downtown but its close enough. Its closer to all attractions. Staff is great, breakfast is lovely & rioms are really nice size (i stay in the delux room that has a seat in area)
- Walking distance to South African National Gallery and Greenmarket Square
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in City Bowl, African Pride 15 On Orange Hotel is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as South African National Gallery and Greenmarket Square. This 129-room, 5-star hotel has a full-service spa along with an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi. In the historical district, it's also near Table Mountain and Castle of Good Hope.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
All 129 soundproofed accommodations feature kitchens and space to spread out with sitting areas. LCD TVs come with satellite channels and DVD players, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and free toiletries. IPod docks, sofa beds, and minibars are also standard.
Guests of African Pride 15 On Orange Hotel enjoy a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a health club. Parking is ZAR 65.00 per night (ZAR 65 per day for valet parking)—but if you prefer not to drive, catch a ride in the airport shuttle (available 24 hours). Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and 13 meeting rooms.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
91% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 725 reviews