Kensington Hotel Cape Town

Hotel Kensington Place, Cape Town, South Africa
June 12, 2016 – 08:05 pm

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If you are in Cape Town, South Africa and looking for a quiet place to relax then the Kensington Hotel in Cape Town is the place to go. This hotel has been known since the 1950's as the place where royalty stayed. It was built by the Dutch and it was used by the royals of the day including the Dutch King Willem-Alexander who was born here and it became the centre of many important events. Today, it remains as important as it ever was. If you are looking for a place to stay in Cape Town then you will want to stay at this hotel.

The Kensington Hotel Cape Town is situated in the heart of Cape Town's downtown area. Here you will find the local restaurants and bars, many of which have been running since the colonial times. This hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the city and it is still owned by the Dutch and you can feel that history every day. The hotel offers a wide range of luxurious suites, rooms and even the restaurants all offer an experience that is worth the time. It does not matter what type of accommodation you are looking for; you will find it at the Kensington Hotel Cape Town. It has the latest and modern conveniences that anyone could want including air conditioning and a fully stocked bar. There is a lot to do and see in this city and you will want to stay at the Kensington Hotel Cape Town if you are going to experience it all.

The Kensington Hotel is the only hotel that is part of a heritage building in Cape Town. This is because it is located in a section of the city that has been designated as the Queenstown District. Because of the history behind the building, the hotel is considered very valuable. One of the features that you will enjoy at the hotel is the view of the sea. It is easy to see the lighthouse that is so close to the hotel and it is something that you do not want to miss out on when you are staying at the Kensington Hotel. You will be able to enjoy all that Cape Town has to offer when you choose to stay at this hotel.

Source: www.kensington-court-hotel.co.uk
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