The best thing about the Cape Grace Hotel at the Cape Town V&A Waterfront is its splendid location right below Table Mountain, on the bay. Choose from 120 different suites, including a penthouse and 8 rooftop terrace rooms. Sheer luxury and decadence in this most elegant and well-loved Cape Town Hotel. Whiskey tastings at the Bascule Whiskey Wine and Cocktail Bar, spa therapies, tanzanite jewellery and traditional Cape cuisine. An authentic south African holiday experience.
Welcome to Cape Grace. Situated on a private quay between Cape Town’s bustling V&A Waterfront and the tranquil yacht marina, there is no better position from where to soak in the natural beauty of our Mother City and the very essence of Cape Town living at its best.
Our elegant and warm atmosphere, evident in every fine detail, begins at the welcoming reception lounge and extends to our spacious harbour and mountain-facing rooms.
Stories of the Cape’s colourful past present themselves in our exquisite furniture, rare fabrics, intriguing artefacts and original antiques. Local paintings and sculptures lend a contemporary flair to our décor and feel, while fresh displays of Proteas that hint at the wonder of our natural botanical kingdom enrich each room.
We invite you to share in tailor-made experiences that include our sumptuous tasting menus, rare whisky pairings, luxurious spa treatments, and indulgent Afternoon Teas – all thoughtfully created to enhance your journey in the Cape and with us.
You have to stay here at least once in your lifetime.
Situated on a private quay uniquely poised between Cape Town’s vibrant V&A Waterfront and the tranquil yacht marina, Cape Grace’s location is unrivalled. Near to the cosmopolitan city centre and crowned by Table Mountain, there is no better place from where to soak in the natural splendor of our Mother City and enjoy the very essence of Cape Town living at its best, while assured of your privacy and security.
Elegance and warmth are our hallmarks, made evident in every fine detail, from our welcoming reception to our luxurious harbour and mountain-facing rooms.
Inspired by tales of the Cape’s richly storied past, our stylish interiors create a unique sense of place. Hand-painted fabrics, intriguing artefacts and original antiques weave stories throughout each distinct floor, while local paintings and sculptures lend a contemporary flair to the atmosphere. Bright bouquets of Proteas, that hint at the wonder of the Cape’s rarest natural botanical kingdom, enrich each generously sized room with their array of colours and textures.
Share in sumptuous tasting menus paired with the Cape’s very best wines in Signal restaurant, where celebrated chef, Malika van Reenen marries contemporary cuisine with the Cape’s traditional Malay flavours. Rare whiskies await enthusiasts in our world-class Bascule Bar, while indulgent Afternoon Teas are served each day in our cosy library.
Restorative spa treatments, all thoughtfully created to help you unwind and relax, take place in our top floor Spa, where guests are invited to make use of the spa facilities like our water-wise sauna, lounge area, and tea bar.
The best thing about the Cape Grace Hotel at the Cape Town V&A Waterfront is its splendid location – make the most of a South African holiday in Cape Town and stay at the elegant and strategically placed Cape Grace Hotel.
Looking up to the majestic Table Mountain, the Cape Grace Hotel is also right on the blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean at the V&A Waterfront, on its own private quay, where boats come and go and where a range of restaurants and shops are a hop and a jump away.
Live the high life for a while when booking accommodation at this Cape Town Hotel – 120 elegant rooms and the rooftop spa make a holiday worth it. Although quite grand, the Cape Grace is warm and friendly, like a small boutique hotel: wonderful fabrics, fresh flowers, books, comfortable beds and decor.
Impeccable service means that guests can really relax. This Proudly South African Hotel sources everything locally and helps local communities, businesses and artists by showcasing their wares. Listen for the noon day cannon at Signal Hill while tucking into a lunch feast at the Signal Restaurant or sipping a drink at the Bascule Bar.
Nine different types of rooms look out over the port were the sun sets or Table Mountain in the distance. Some rooms are made for families with their own lounges, dining areas, roof terraces and kitchens. From art deco to romantic, the rooms are all different – from headboards to chandeliers above.
Go for a cruise on the Cape Grace private yacht, cruise the shops and book a trip to Robben Island – it all happens just outside the hotel. Enjoy the pool in summer of the roaring log fire in winter – work out in the rooftop gym and have a pampering spa treatment. Cape Town is definitely the friendly city.