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Riverlodge Cape Town Backpackers Hostel & Budget Self-Catering Accommodation offers you Cape Town Backpacking at its best. Our backpacking lodge is based in the Oude Molen Eco Village, Pinelands, the closest backpacking hostel to the airport. Cape Town City center is only a 12 min drive away. We offer a convenient on site shuttle service and we are an accredited Baz Bus stop.
We have dorms, private rooms, camping and all our facilities are communal including the fully equipped kitchen, licenced bar, bathrooms, braai areas and lounges with DSTV.
- BBQ Area
- Tour Desk
- Foreign Exchange Services
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Free Parking
- Guest Laundry
- Non-Smoking Property
- WiFi Internet
- Security Parking (charges apply)
Terms & Conditions
We accept cash, bank transfer and credit card (4% charge applies). Balance of your account must be paid on or before arrival and no access will be granted to rooms until your account has been settled.
REVOCATION BY THE GUEST (CANCELLATION, FAILURE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SERVICES BOOKED)
The Lodge grants to the Guest the right to revoke the Contract at any time. In this respect, the following provisions shall apply:
Bookings for groups or individuals: cancellations made by the guest respectively on the part of the intermediary person or organization are free of charge up to 90 days before expected arrival. For cancellations made within 90 days prior to arrival the following cancellation fees apply; these fees also apply for bookings made within 90 days of expected arrival:
For Cancellations made 89 to 40 days before expected arrival, 30 per cent of the agreed-upon total price will be due.
For cancellations made 39 to 10 days before expected arrival, 50 per cent of the agreed-upon total price will be due
For cancellations made 9 to 1 day(s) before expected arrival, 100 per cent of the agreed-upon total price will be due.
Guests who either cancel on the day of their expected arrival or simply do not show up will be charged the agreed-upon total price in full.
Above cancellation conditions also apply if the number of persons is reduced at least 10 per cent within this period of time. A reduction of less than 10 per cent is free of charge 1 day prior to arrival.
Booked meals can be canceled free of charge until 30 days prior to arrival. Thereafter, a cancellation fee of 100 per cent of the agreed-upon total price applies.
The Guest is free to prove that the Lodge did not suffer any damage, or that the damage incurred to the Lodge amounts to less than the lump-sum revocation compensation claimed.
The above provisions on the compensation shall apply if no other regulations have been declared in the Contract.
If a customer wishes to cancel a contract he or she entered into with Riverlodge Backpackers, he or she must submit such cancellation in writing. The cancellation is not, however, valid without the written affirmation of Riverlodge Backpackers. Failing that, the original price stipulated in the contract must be paid in full even if the guest(s) fail(s) to take advantage of the services stipulated in the contract.
REVOCATION BY THE LODGE
In case an advance payment or security agreed in clause III para. 6 is not performed within a period prescribed for this purpose, the Lodge is also entitled to revoke the Contract.
Moreover, the Lodge shall be entitled to extraordinary revocation of the Contract for good cause, in particular, if
Force majeure or other circumstances which do not fall under the scope of the responsibility of the Lodge make it impossible to perform the Contract;
Misleading or incorrect statements of material facts have been used in booking rooms, for example, with respect to the person of the Guest, or the purpose
The Lodge has justified reason to assume that in case the Guest makes use of the Lodge’s services the smooth business operations, safety, or reputation of the lodge in the public may be impeded, without such matters being attributable to the Lodge’s power of control or organization;
An unauthorized sub-lease or further lease according to clause II para. 3 exists;
A case of clause VI para 3 exists;
The Lodge has gained knowledge that the financial situation of the Guest has considerably worsened after conclusion of contract, in particular if the Guest does not pay for due claims of the Lodge or does not provide sufficient security and as a result payment claims of the Lodge appear to be endangered;
Insolvency proceedings are opened on the assets of the Guest or the opening of the same is rejected for lack of assets or any other reasons.
The Lodge is obliged to inform the Guest of the exercising of the revocation right in writing without delay.
In the above cases of revocation the Guest is not entitled to compensation for damage.