The Cape Grace takes pride of place in Cape Town's Water Front; this hotel has the location of all locations! 5 star luxury, beautiful views over the harbour and Table Mountain make the Grace one of the finest hotels in South Africa. It is perfect for honeymooners, families and couples who do not mind sacrificing intimacy for location.
Cape Grace - The Details
Cape Grace is located on Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, with Table Mountain guarding the rear and waterways of the harbour to the front. Cape Grace is host to a private quay with a working dock on one side and an international yacht marina on the other.
It has 120 guest rooms and spacious suites with views of mountains and water. Dine wherever the mood takes you; oysters and champagne on the pool terrace, the restaurant with its fresh, creative cuisine and classic dishes touched by South African flavours. The ‘Spirit of the Cape’ yacht is moored alongside and is available for charters and sunset cruises.
The Spa at Cape Grace offers treatments incorporating African products and ancient methods, sweeping views of Table Mountain, Cape Town city skyline and the yacht marina will send you into sensory pleasure overload.
The Cape Grace is dedicated to surpassing expectations and making your stay the most memorable ever.
No matter where you choose to stay in Cape Town, a minimum of three nights is recommended in Cape Town to make the most of the city and its surrounding areas.
There really is so much to do here, from the plethora of shops, bars and restaurants to the day trips to the Cape of Good Hope and into the winelands. If you are feeling adventurous, then activities like sky diving are also on offer which make for great adrenaline pumping adventures.
If you have a spare couple of days then heading out of Cape Town and staying in the winelands should certainly not be overlooked. Whether you choose the renovated, but still functional, farmhouse of Babylonstoren
, or the oppulent and lavish La Residence
, you can be certain that the food and drink on offer will astound you. It is some of the best in the world!
In a typical South Africa itinerary, a Cape Town stay would come after your safari. This is just so you can rest and relax after lots of late nights and early mornings, but for those travelling from differing time zones, a leisurely stay in Cape Town at the start of the trip is the perfect way to recover from a long flight and sleep off any jet lag.
Due to South Africa's excellent transport links, internal flights from Cape Town connect the city to almost every safari destination in the country. This way it does not matter if you are planning on visiting the Sabi Sands
, you can be sure that getting there will only take a couple of hours. Cape Town therefore acts as the perfect middle sector of an itinerary when visiting two safari reserves.