Cape Grace

Staying at Cape Grace is an experience in itself, melding the modern comforts of a Cape Town luxury hotel with traditional Cape culture. Situated on a private quay and backed by South Africa's iconic Table Mountain, nestled between the working harbor of Cape Town’s bustling Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and the serenity of an international yacht marina, Cape Grace showcases the essence of the Cape with designs that reveal local creativity, whilst staying true to the warm atmosphere and personalized levels of service that have for years defined the hotel.

Suites at Cape Grace

The Cape Grace boast 120 individually custom-decorated guest rooms and suites reflect the charm of Cape Town.

The One Bedroom Suite has it all. Unique room details include a separate lounge and dining area as well as a CD player and DVD machine for in-room entertainment. These spacious suites open out onto generously sized balconies overlooking the yacht marina or Cape Town's working harbor - the perfect setting for a private dining experience.

The two Bedroom Suites epitomize luxurious home-away-from-home comforts and are ideal for families or friends travelling together. These spacious suites feature two private en-suite bedrooms and a size able balcony, including a fully equipped kitchen, separate lounge and dining area as well as a CD player and DVD machine - ensuring a comfortable stay for those wishing to make the most of their in-room downtime.

The three Bedroom Suites are ideal for families or small groups travelling together. These generously sized suites feature three en-suite bedrooms, a separate kitchen area and dining facilities as well as a spacious balcony for keeping an eye on the yacht marina and Waterfront happenings.

Superior rooms are spacious rooms with the added luxury of a generous step-out balcony from which to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Waterfront. The generous room size makes a Superior room ideal for families, with a foldaway sofa providing a comfortable bed for a child to sleep in.

Dining at Cape Grace

Signal Restaurant offers creative Cape cuisine that's fresh and inventive. Led by Executive Chef, Malika van Reenen, Signal Restaurant draws on influences from the many nationalities and customs that have shaped this region since being settled in 1652; namely Dutch and British settlers, French Huguenots, Asian traders and African cultures.

Signal's menu connects this colorful past with the present through innovative combinations and flavors that hail from Cape Town's heritage. Local farms and the surrounding oceans are the best sources of ingredients for our V&A Waterfront restaurant and this fresh produce is created into dishes that speak volumes about the variety and quality of South African cuisine. The menu changes seasonally, but a common factor is the freshness of ingredients and a distinctively South African flavor from all the dishes.

Another wonderful restaurant in the Cape Grace, on the water's edge of the international yacht marina on Cape Town's Waterfront, Bascule is the perfect setting to take in the sights and sounds of the busy Waterfront surrounds. There are over 500 whiskies from around the world and an impressive selection of the finest Cape wines on offer.

By day Bascule Bar is a lively and vibrant destination, to enjoy a cappuccino or light lunch. By night, the space is transformed into a glamorous Whisky, Wine and Cocktail Bar, where connoisseurs and social butterflies gather in equal measure to enjoy a slice of Cape Town's social life.

The Spa at Cape Grace

Voted "Top Hotel Spa for Africa & the Middle East” - Travel and Leisure 2014 World's Best Awards.

Located on the top floor of the hotel, with panoramic views of Table Mountain, the city and yacht marina,The Spa is owned and operated by Cape Grace. Inspired by the people and cultures of Southern Africa, the flora of the continent and traditional African remedies, The Spa’s décor, treatments and techniques reflect the strength and mystery of our African heritage.

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