Highlights

  • The waterfront location – perfect for exploring the many restaurants, shops and bars (and for the view of Table Mountain)
  • The lower sea-level Bascule Bar, where you can try over 500 whiskies and fine wines
  • The hotel's boutique décor, with rich fabrics and colonial furnishings

Surrounded by water on three sides, the Cape Grace is perfectly positioned for those wanting to explore the many boutiques, restaurants and bars nearby. 

The hotel offers 120 luxurious rooms and suites featuring stylish interiors with rich fabrics and colonial furnishings inspired by Cape culture. French windows open onto beautiful views of either Table Mountain or the bustling V&A Waterfront and all rooms come with complimentary WiFi, iPod docking stations, flat-screen televisions and well-appointed ensuite bathrooms with Charlotte Rhys toiletries. 

Guests can enjoy a seasonal menu of innovative Cape cuisine at the hotel’s Signal Restaurant, along with one of the best afternoon teas in Cape Town. Bascule is a vibrant cocktail bar set on the water’s edge offering over 500 whiskies from around the world, signature cocktails and an impressive selection of fine wines. Other hotel facilities include an indulgent African-influenced spa and 56-foot private yacht, perfect for sunset cruises.


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