Cape Grace Hotel


Graceful elegance and a serene and sophisticated ambience characterise the five-star Cape Grace Hotel in Cape Town. The stately house is perfectly situated directly on West Quay on Cape Town’s renowned Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.


Having been opened as recently as in 1996, Cape Grace is already recognised as one of Cape Town’s premium hotels. Doubtlessly, the setting is a great advantage. Behind the hotel, the imposing outline of the Table Mountain provides a stunning backdrop.


Upon checking-in, read more » prepare yourself to answer the question of whether you would prefer a room with a view of the yacht harbour or the Table Mountain – just another indication of the Cape Grace Hotel’s exclusive nature. Incidentally, the fine lodging features only 110 rooms and ten suites.


It was the perfect service and the inspiring ambience that secured the prestigious title ‘The World’s best Hotel’ in 2000 and a membership in the elite hotel league ‘The Leading Small Hotels of the Word’.


Guests are welcomed into the house like long-lost friends; the service is personalised. Allow your attentive host to personally show you to your room and point out the installations after having comfortably and speedily completed the formalities sitting-down at your host’s mahogany desk.


The breathtakingly beautiful view from the rooms is filled with life: Sip a glass of South African wine while watching yachts and fishing boats pull in and out of the harbour, a light breeze stirring up the salty air and seagulls fighting for scraps.


Large, French windows create a fascinating and harmonic atmospheric blend of the elegant, serene ambience of the room on the one hand and the vibrant life outside on the other.


Warm pastel hues lend the room a very cosy atmosphere which is enhanced by the comfortable quality furniture and a collection of more than 3000 paintings by South African artists in the hotel.


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Guests of the Cape Grace Hotel in Cape Town may choose between three different room categories, all of which include a private bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower and a separate toilet.


The read more » distinguished guests’ needs are anticipated even before the guests themselves become aware of them. Soft bathrobes and a selection of beauty and body care products ensure the guests’ comfort.


Further amenities include a fax or modem connection, satellite TV, a telephone, international electricity plugs, a hair-dryer and a safe.


For your convenience, the rooms also feature a mini bar and tea and coffee making facilities. The room service provides you with fresh milk every morning.


Fine comforts on more than 45 square metres and a beautiful view of the harbour: the Luxury Rooms offer plenty of space to spread out apart from excellent lodging.


Slightly larger than the Luxury Room, the Superior Rooms feature more than 50 square metres. The Superior Rooms’ facilities easily match those of the Luxury Rooms and even top them with a few extras.


In addition to the standard facilities, the Superior Rooms feature a sofa bed perfect for families with one or two kids. Furthermore, a lounge area, a 6.5 square metre large balcony and a walk in wardrobe underline the exclusive character of the Superior Rooms.


No matter whether you choose the Luxury or the Superior room category, the fine comforts transcend even the most seasoned traveller’s expectations.


For even more spacious accommodation, the Apartments measuring either 150 or 200 square metres are the top of the range solution. The spacious premises are a popular option for large families or small groups.


Each unit features either two or three individual bedrooms, a lounge and a dining area as well as a small library and a romantic fireplace for the chilly winter nights. A large balcony commands a stunning view of the picturesque harbour and a fully equipped kitchen allows you to self-supply should you wish to do so.


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The Cape Grace Hotel in Cape Town does not only offer you the entire range of activities the city features but also first-class hotel facilities like the beautifully designed salt water pool.


You are read more » on holiday give yourself a treat! The Cape Grace Spa provides all the necessary facilities for wellness indulgence: A sauna, steam bath, mineral bath and a number of theme showers. To exceed even these luxurious amenities, the Penthouse guests have a private Jacuzzi at their disposal.


Wine and whiskey connoisseurs might want to explore the Cape Grace Hotel’s cellars. Sample more than 420 international brands of whiskey and some of South Africa’s best wines! Delicious snacks are served to steady your legs.


The cellars are a tasteful finish to an exciting day spent in Cape Town. Especially rare treasures are stored apart for club members and are brought out only on request on special occasions.


The firewater selection the Cape Grace Hotel collected over the years is so astoundingly complete you could theoretically spend more than a year savouring a different Scottish or Irish or American whiskey each night.


Some of Cape Towns finest dining can be experienced with all five senses at the Onewaterfront gourmet restaurant. Commanding a spectacular view of the harbour, the culinary creations are served in an elegant ambience infused with African design elements.


The skilfully balanced flair and the sophisticated delicacies again and again set new standards and leave the guest with a lasting impression. Including exotic meats from Africa, the menu reads like culinary poetry:


"Port Braised Springbok Shank served on a bed of mustard mashed potatoes with a fruit chutney wonton and sultana roasted sweet breats, surrounded by a Roobios tea infused broth“. Enjoy your meal!


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