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We stopped off at Thesen Islands on our trip along the garden route. It was a pretty miserable day and very quiet on our arrival. The Turbine Hotel is a quirky place to say the least! We were only here briefly and didn't dine in...More
Your "Loerie Room" was the equivalent of an oversees hostel - the only advantage was perhaps the bed!!
Your treatment of South Africans has left a bad taste in our mouths!!
We cannot, based on our experience, suggest your hotel to anyone else!More
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Response from Chris S, General Manager at The Turbine Boutique Hotel and SpaResponded 20 October 2017
Dear Mr Wessel Scheepers
As mentioned in both Diana and my response to you that we are very disappointed in the experience you had as well as our sincere apology for the inconvenience caused.
It is truly disappointing that you have decided to write a...More
We spent 2 nights at this lovely boutique hotel. As engineers, this was the ultimate hotel to go to, to celebrate our honeymoon. We loved the concept of having breakfast amidst machinery. The staff at the hotel were very polite and helpful, and the room...More
I have to applaud the designer and architect that built this lovely boutique hotel around the shell and workings of an old power station. They have done a fantastic job, with many of the original workings still in situ.
Quirky and industrial it might be...More
Having first passed the doors of the hotel shortly after it opened in 2010 on my first trip from the UK I finally got to stay there.
The room although not big, was exquisitely decorated. Every thoughtful detail you would expect and a little more...More