Radisson Blu Hotel Cape Town to refurbish 108 standard rooms

The Radisson Blu Hotel Cape Town will be refurbishing all 108 of its standard rooms, giving them newly designed bathrooms and new bedroom furnishings. All Standard room bookings that are made at the hotel in Cape Town will be automatically upgraded at no extra charge to the sea-facing Business Class rooms. This offer will only be valid for the duration of the renovations.

The refurbishment will begin on May 1 and will end on the Aug. 15, 2012. The hotel also offers dining options for guests looking for restaurants Cape Town, with its own Tobago's Restaurant on-site, with menus boasting local and international cuisine. Patrons may also purchase in South African wine, available in a wide selection.

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