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The Cape Grace hotelA luxury hotel on it's own private quay away from the hustle and bustle of the harbour and nearby markets.
The Cape Grace HotelOverlooking the harbour at the foot of Table mountain.
The Cape Grace hotelEndless wine racks full of locally selected wines.
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on a private quay in cosmopolitan Cape Town...
The Cape Grace hotel in Cape Town
The Cape Grace is one of South Africa’s finest hotels. Sitting on it’s own private quay the hotel has the appearance of an old Waterfront building.
Very simple yet elegant from the outside, this red brick building has become a landmark.
The Cape Grace is a popular choice for guests with a taste for the finer things in life, and has positioned itself along with the top hotels in Cape Town. Conde Nast has often voted it Africa's top hotel for its superb service, location and rooms.
The Cape Grace has recently completed its interior renovation project which included the addition of a superb new restaurant. The renovation has been a complete success as the blend of historic and modern décor from custom-made metal, glass and leather pieces with hand-painted fabrics to museum-quality antiques, creates a completely unique look and feel.
The staff at the Cape Grace are multilingual with warm vibrant personalities, and they take great pride in providing your with an un-intrusive yet personalised service. Your children are greeted at reception with a Cape Grace welcome pack, which includes colouring and drawing activities, as well as invites to a special bedtime story session held each evening in the library.
The Cape Grace is in a prime position for those wanting to explore Cape Town, and a privately owned luxury yacht is available to guests. Excursions can be tailor-made, with some popular routes being the Atlantic Seaboard Beach Cruise, a visit to Hout Bay and a cruise past Robben Island. A trip on this magnificent charter vessel offers rejuvenating spa treatments, superb whisky tasting and fantastic food.
The reception at the Cape Grace has none of the normal polished marble and pomp to which some Cape Town hotels aspire, because The Cape Grace aims to please rather than impress.
The Cape Grace has 121 rooms and suites all of which have carefully selected furniture and luxurious fabrics suited just to that room. From your room the double glazed French doors open out to views across the harbour, Table Mountain or the buzzing harbour district. There is an elegant roof top terrace and pool where you can enjoy a little relaxation in South Africa’s glorious sunshine.
Just a short stroll from the hotel are some superb eateries offering a myriad of dishes from sushi to shellfish and steaks to regional specialities. There are chic bars, wonderful delis and cafes strung along the market roads all of which will tempt you through their doors offering a break from market place bartering.
Cape Town has a fabulous list of things to do. After conquering Table Mountain you might like to visit the penguin colonies at Boulders Bay or take a boat trip out to Robben Island where Nelson Mandela was held prisoner. Alternatively for those wishing to keep their feet firmly on the ground then there are many historical buildings and museums to visit, the planetarium, coastal walks and of course some very fine boutique shopping districts to encourage you to spoil yourself.