DoubleTree by Hilton Cape Town Upper Eastside

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Getaway Summary
PRICE (pp sharing):
from R 485
GETAWAY TYPE
Hotel
Overview
The DoubleTree by Hilton Cape Town Upper Eastside has the backdrop of the green slopes of Devil's Peak and overlooks the Mother Citys perennially busy harbour. The DoubleTree by Hilton Cape Town Upper Eastside offers convenient, hassle-free access to Cape Towns downtown and central business district, as well as the many business parks, galleries and markets east of the hotel.<br /><br />Cape Town has been named World Design Capital for the year 2014; the first African city to be awarded this honour. The Hotel is located in the heart of the design capital, on the upper reaches of Woodstock, the hip and happening mixed-use suburb adjoining the CBD and within easy reach of The Fringe, Cape Towns Innovation District which was formerly the East City Design Initiative.<br /><br />The Hotel offers a regular shuttle at set times to the world-renowned V&A Waterfront, approximately 10 minutes from your front door, while Cape Town International Airport lies 15 minutes north. The hotel has plenty of secure controlled-exit parking should you decide to hire a car, however the central location makes cab trips to most destinations very affordable.<br /><br />The DoubleTree by Hilton Cape Town Upper Eastside is the most affordable Cape Town business accommodation youll find, with a choice of 183 well-equipped rooms. Our funky lounge bar regularly hosts live acts, and we also have a range of conference venues equipped with state-of-the-art audio visual facilities. The hotel team prides itself on its service ethic.<br /><br />Please note that the rates include bed and breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi (+/- 3MB/s in-room, +/- 8MB/s in public areas of the hotel), and a complimentary DoubleTree Cookie; however, rates exclude Interpark parking at R60.00 per bay per night (subject to change) and a 1% Tourism room levy.
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01 Dec 2014
By Janette, Angola
"I really enjoyed the hospitality, and the cookies were as good as they said they were."