Cape Grace

Cape Town, South Africa

A long-time member of the Leading Hotels of the World, the luxurious Cape Grace is one of our favourite properties in South Africa. The location is sublime, standing over the water on its own private quay in Cape Town’s colourful V & A Waterfront. Table Mountain provides the majestic backdrop and it’s an easy walk to many boutique restaurants, markets and bars.

All the rooms have an individualised boutique feel, laden with antique character and old-world grandeur. We love the attention to detail and the hotel’s ability to imbue a sense of utter tranquility in a vibrant part of the city. Staff are keen to provide you with tailored recommendations, along with opulent extras like daily wine tasting. Luxury chauffeured transfers are included and give you easy, safe access to Cape Town’s attractions.

Suites have glorious floor-to-ceiling windows, maximising your vistas over this iconic destination. Some of us at Africa Sky prefer the rooms with Table Mountain views; others who have stayed prefer the panorama of Cape Town’s working harbour and luxury marina.

For all the glamour and style, it’s the service that makes the Cape Grace truly stands out.  The hospitality provides an indelibly warm welcome to the city, making you feel immediately at ease. And although there are over 100 rooms, the exclusivity gives it a small, boutique hotel atmosphere.

Great for families with daily children’s activities and a professional childminding service.

What's Included

  • Luxury chauffeur transfer service to destinations within a ten-kilometre radius
  • Daily Cape Winelands tasting experience plus port and sherry every evening in the library
  • R• Restaurant, bar, pool, spa and fitness centre
  • Lavish buffet breakfast plus morning tea and coffee in your room

Open all year round, children of all ages are welcome.

Price Information

This lodge can be booked as a single safari or as part of a tailor-made holiday with or without flights. Per person per night prices from £215 / $225 / €245

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