Dysart Boutique Hotel

Address: 17 Dysart Rd, Cape Town, Western Cape, 8005, South Africa | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Green Point area of Cape Town, is near Two Oceans Aquarium, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, and Cape Point.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsDysart Boutique Hotel Cape Town

      Reviewed by dalsvagermsafr

      A Wonderfully Quiet Place To Stay in Cape Town

      Reviewed Apr 27, 2013
      by (3 reviews) Denver , United States Flag of United States

      If you're like us, we wanted a quiet relaxing place to stay after our long flights, conferences and sightseeing.

      DysArt is that place.

      Quiet and comfortable and very hospitable, it's the perfect place to get over your 9,000 miles of jet lag and the hosts will spoil you here.

      It's one of the best B&B's we've ever stayed in.

      You owe yourself this treat!!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Dysart Boutique Hotel Cape Town

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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