Hippo boutique Hotel is an exclusive Boutique Hotel situated in the hub of Cape Town just under Lion’s head. The hotel offers the convenience of a central location, combined with the seamless service and superior accommodation in twenty five rooms. Your room provides everything you may need, high speed internet technology and flat screen T.V.’s all luxuriously self-contained, with a kitchenette unit equipped with a microwave, fridge, and kettle for use of the complimentary tea and filter coffee facilities.
Downstairs from Hippo, you’ll find 3 exceptional offerings for all your meals… Mano A Mano specialises in fresh modern food. Margarita or Mexican fiesta at Fat Cactus or authentic Thai food at Simply Asia.
The quality and attention to detail sets this boutique hotel apart from others, it offers an ideal and convenient location.
Details like king size beds with fine cotton linen, leather couches, cherry wood floors and interior design that take your breath away.
5 exclusive individually branded executive suites 20 standard air conditioned en suite room, Home entertainment in each room, including DVD player option, DSTV and music systems available.
Kitchenette units with complimentary tea and filter coffee.
Electronic safes that can accommodate laptop computers.
Daily cleaning and laundry services
Your room comes equipped to keep you in contact and connected – 24 hours a day. We’ll happily take care of the task of organising tours and transfers,.
Private tours arranged
24 hour reception
24 hour complimentary ADSL broadband & Wireless internet access throughout the hotel.
Secure on premises parking.
Airport transfers arranged.
Meeting facilities for groups of up to 10.
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