Holiday Inn Express Cape Town City Centre
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was our first time to South Africa and it was to watch the World Cup. The whole family was excited but yet a bit afraid too because of all the write up on the crime rates etc...
When we got in, we were pleasantly greeted at the reception and the concierge was really eager to help us with directions etc.
The rooms were clean, with all the basic amenities and a great view of table mountain. Breakfast was really good - bacon and eggs, toast etc. The best breakfast in the Holiday Inn Express Chain that I have been so far.
Last but not least was the care that the concierge showed the family especially in giving us directions and ensuring that we get to the places safely
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