The Cape Grace is located at Cape Town’s vibrant and bustling Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, and built on one of the old quays, maintaining the appearance of an old waterfront building. With its simple and demur exterior, this red-brick building has become a landmark.
The Cape Grace has recently undergone extensive interior renovations, including the opening of a new restaurant. The hotel now boasts an innovative blend of historic and contemporary decor, mixing custom-made metal, glass and leather pieces with hand-painted fabrics and museum-quality antiques, creating a look that is entirely its own.
Staff at the Cape Grace are young and vibrant, and take pleasure in providing personalised service. Children are greeted with a Cape Grace welcome pack, including a colouring and activities book, and special bedtime story sessions are offered in the library.
The Cape Grace is in a prime position for those wanting to explore Cape Town, and a privately owned luxury yacht is available to guests. Excursions can be tailor-made, with some popular routes being the Atlantic Seaboard Beach Cruise, a visit to Hout Bay and a cruise past Robben Island. A trip on this magnificent charter vessel offers rejuvenating spa treatments, superb whisky tasting and fantastic food.
A new fitness studio has been added, adjacent to the spa, on the top floor of the hotel overlooking the waterfront. Guests can keep in shape or relax with a pampering treatment.
The Cape Grace is situated within the V&A Waterfront on the West Quay, Cape Town.