The Westin Cape Town
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Westin Cape Town
This is a Westin that delivers the usual 5 star standard.
Our room was harbour and Table Mountain facing and it was really great view. We stayed at the Executive Club and the breakfast consists of many exotic concoction of dried and fresh fruits, cheese and ham. Service was prompt and impeccable.
The only little thing I wish they could give more is the Mineral water bottle... wish that it can be a bigger bottle as the kettle was very rusty and I dare not use it to boil tap water for drinking. Had to always think of buying water.
We used the shuttle bus to A& V Waterfront everyday many times. It operates at 15 min interval and was very convenient for us. The distance to airport was near too. Less than 30 mins in non-peak time.
I would recommend this hotel for business and conference traveller (just next to the Cape Town Convention Centre) as well as people who like convenience and the perks & standard of a Westin hotel.
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