The Cape Grace offers plush accommodation on our most exclusive tours of Cape Town.
The five star Cape Grace Hotel is set on its own private quay on Cape Town's vibrant Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and overlooks the impressive international yacht basin. The hotel is in the perfect location, surrounded by water on three sides with the majestic Table Mountain as a backdrop. The architecture of the hotel reflects the historical French influence prevalent throughout the Cape. This hotel offers guests accommodation in the cusp of luxury.
All 121 rooms at the Cape Grace are spacious and fitted with exquisite furniture, luxurious fabrics and intriguing detail. The rooms have large French windows looking out onto the harbor and yacht marina. Features include en suite bathrooms, fresh flowers, internet access and fully-stocked mini bars. The penthouse suites offer the epitome of personal service, from luggage unpacking to planning a personalized meal with the hotel's Executive Chef. These suites also boast a Jacuzzi and outdoor dining area; the perfect place to set the mood for a romantic evening.
On the top floor of the hotel is an African-inspired spa that offers a range of pampering treatments - the perfect hedonistic accessory to your holiday. The Signal restaurant boasts a spectacular view of the yacht marina and Signal Hill and offers exquisite cuisine. This restaurant also hosts an array of live performances with easy-listening jazz as the main feature every Thursday and Saturday night. The finest Cape wines and a selection of over 420 whiskeys are stocked in the Bascule Whiskey Bar and Wine Cellar.
When choosing a top-end hotel in Cape Town, your choices are between the Cape Grace, Mount Nelson, Ellerman House, Twelve Apostles and maybe the One and Only, as well as the Radisson Blue. I believe the Cape Grace to be the best of these choices for a combination of factors, ranging from its location to the exceptional personal service that you can expect at the hotel. Our top-end tours of South Africa which visit the city of Cape Town will often overnight at this magnificent hotel.Read More
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