The Cape Grace style Hotel has 120 unique rooms and suites. They all share a common focus on comfort, tranquillity and style. Contemporary and colonial elements are artfully fused to create settings that represent Cape Town’s diverse past as well as its cosmopolitan present. Cape Grace amenities include internet access, satellite television, air conditioning, mini-bars; marble en-suite bathrooms. Two Penthouse Suites offer unbridled luxury, with private Jacuzzis, spacious balconies, lounge; dining areas, and spectacular views of the marina and mountain.

Just minutes from the city centre, the  is an ideal base from which to explore the charms of the ‘Mother City’.

It is within easy reach of the Table Mountain Cableway Station and several of Cape Town’s most beautiful beaches, as well as two of its trendiest streets – Kloof and Long, with their profusion of chic shops, restaurants and bars. It’s location in the heart of the V&A Waterfront complex means that guests have a myriad entertainment options constantly at their fingertips.

In time not spent exploring the Mother City, the  offers an array of leisure facilities to while away the hours, including a fitness studio, communications centre, hair salon, swimming pool, and wine and whisky tastings. The Signal Restaurant offers fine dining with distinct South African influences, while the plush Bascule bar is a great place to enjoy a cocktail or a glass of wine. To unwind, visit the  Spa for a range of pampering treatments that draw on the therapeutic properties of various African fruits, herbs, and spices. Restore the equanimity of mind, body and soul. Alternatively, charter Cape Grace’s private yacht ‘Spirit of the Cape’, take a cruise to Hout Bay, Simonstown, Cape Point or Robben Island.

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Camille Rowe

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