Glen Boutique Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGlen Boutique Hotel Cape Town
Lovely hotel with a good view, close to everything and the staff are lovely. I would definitely recommend this hotel to all my friends and colleagues as I always felt extremely welcome and comfortable. Plus the quality of the food is 5 star restaurant quality. I am very happy with this hotel and enjoyed my stay.
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Day 52 – Monday 4th May
Up early and to the Panorama Buffet by 7am to put the feedbag on again. It was very busy up there and no spare tables other than out on the terrace … and with a heavy fog and not being able to see a thing, it wasn't particularly inviting. We sat there anyway as there was not a lot of choice – it was slightly cool out there but that didn’t worry us.
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... 1938 and it was incorporated into the Cape Peninsula National Park in 1998.
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