The Cape Grace (a member of Leading Hotels of the World) is one of South Africa's finest hotels and is perfectly positioned in Cape Town's Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. The hotel occupies it's own quayside in the heart of the harbour and the elegantly appointed rooms, library, living and dining areas all look out onto either the bustling activity of the working harbour, or the panoramic views of Cape Town's famous Table Mountain, the city bowl and Signal Hill.
All 120 rooms are indulgently spacious and beautifully appointed. Accommodation options range from standard luxury rooms to grand penthouse apartments and each suite has carefully selected fine furniture and tasteful fabrics. Double-glazed French doors open to spectacular views of Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront harbour and the yacht marina. Nice touches include lovely fresh flower arrangements and in-room deli delights.
Enjoy sumptuous breakfasts and dine at the Cape Grace's award winning restaurant. Savour innovative cuisne and fine South African wines while enjoying the scenic marina and mountain views - amongst the best that you are likely to see while on holiday in South Africa.
Another renowned aspect of the Cape Grace Hotel in Cape Town is the Bascule whisky bar and wine cellar with a selection of over 420 whiskies. This is where Cape Town's bold and beautiful mingle. During the day, let cappuccinos linger and by night, be lulled by the lounge ambiance and the twinkle of the harbour lights on the water.
The hotel prides itself on its guest liaison team, who can arrange anything your heart desires. To be 'gracious' means to be of service without expecting a reward...this is the service ethic of the staff at The Grace.
The spa at Cape Grace (on the top floor of the hotel) has magnificent views of Cape Town and offers a range of African influenced health and beauty treatments. Or enjoy a cruise on 'Spirit of the Cape', Cape Grace's very own luxury yacht, available only to guests.
The V&A Waterfront is a must for any traveller to the Cape. With lots of al fresco restaurants, boutiques, galleries and curio shops, the Waterfront is a popular entertainment and meeting place for locals and visitors alike. It is safe to walk around in the evenings and has a lovely atmosphere and views of the city, mountain and harbour. The Aquarium and the Robben Island Ferry port are major attractions.
The Cape Grace is one of the most desireable hotels in Cape Town. Her elegance and the gracious hospitality that she extends to each guest is legendary and worth every one of her 5 stars. Good news is that the rates are not as unaffordable as most people think.... especially if you consider the great specials below. Read more
If you staying at the Cape Grace why not include a journey on Rovos Rail? Rovos Rail Train journeys are designed to showcase the best scenery and safari experiences that Africa has to offer. Read more