The luxurious boutique Cape Grace Hotel, Cape Town
Cape Grace is a luxurious hotel located on its own private quay in the V+A Waterfront, providing easy access to Cape Town’s most popular tourist attractions. Showcasing freshly refashioned interiors that reflect the rich historical legacy of Cape Town at the time of the Dutch East India Company, the 120 custom designed rooms and suites have spectacular views looking out towards Table Mountain and the International Marina. Signal, the hotel’s signature restaurant offers delicious locally inspired menus whilst Bascule showcases over 400 different varieties of whiskies and wines, many taken from neighbouring wine regions. The Spa, located on the top floor, is a delightful retreat with stunning panoramic views and offering a wide range of indulgent treatments, including the new Signature treatment ‘The Spice Journey’ amongst them.
Staying at Cape Grace is an experience in itself, melding the modern comforts of a Cape Town luxury hotel with traditional Cape culture. And there is no better position for a V&A Waterfront hotel than with Table Mountain standing sentry and towering over the hotel, a working harbour to one side and a multi-millionaire yacht basin on the other. It’s a heady mix of tantalizing experiences, which makes time spent at Cape Grace something to remember forever.
Also, Cape Grace has partnered with local company Bike and Saddle to create exclusive new guided bike tours around Cape Town. Leaving Cape Grace from the vibrant Victoria + Alfred Waterfront, guests can choose from both a guided evening tour and a day tour. Cape Town at Night takes guests to Green Point, Cape Town’s new football stadium which is hosting 8 World Cup matches this summer and then over to the historic Company Gardens along the Atlantic surf. The tour then passes through the Malay Quarter of the Bo-Kaap at sunset and crosses the Marina aboard a water taxi before concluding at Cape Grace’s celebrated whisky, wine and cocktail bar, Bascule, for South African sparkling wine and canapés.