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. Each of our 120 rooms, including 2 luxury penthouse suites, vary in size and appointment
Enjoy captivating views of Cape Town’s bustling working harbour from our spacious Luxury rooms – conveniently situated on the, 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors of the hotel. With French doors, a dressing area and reading nook; each room is designed to create a welcoming ambiance of old-world serenity.
The hand-crafted decorative touches are themed around our local flora and cultural heritage – inspiring travellers from both near and far. Luxury rooms can also be booked with inter-leading doors – a great feature for families or larger groups.
Table Mountain Luxury Room
Our Table Mountain Luxury Rooms boast glorious views of the iconic Table Mountain, Signal Hill or the international yacht marina – for those who wish to soak in the beauty of Cape Town’s best features.
We invite guests to enjoy our warm and elegant rooms with personalised details such as an intimate reading area complete with our guests’ own book selection. Our Table Mountain Luxury Rooms are suitable for families and larger parties as inter-leading rooms are available on request.
Dappled light from the bustling working harbour adds a special ambience to our Superior Rooms. With a generous step-out balcony from where to enjoy the sights and sounds of the V&A Waterfront, the abundant room size and walk in closet makes Superior Rooms ideal for young families.
The fold-away sofa coupled with story-time and gingerbread painting ensures comfort and entertainment for the little ones, while the fresh flowers, personally selected books and a private mini bar add a signature touch of luxury.
Table Mountain Superior Room
Boasting views of Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain and the V&A Waterfront’s tranquil yacht marina, our Table Mountain Superior Rooms offer a generous step-out balcony perfect for leisurely breakfasts or sundowners. The ample room space and walk in closet makes these rooms ideal for family vacations or romantic getaways.
Enhance the occasion with special touches like champagne on ice, scented candles, artisanal chocolate platters and ambient dining in Signal Restaurant – all designed to help create truly memorable moments.
Rooftop Luxury Room
With postcard-worthy views of Cape Town’s working harbour, yacht marina or Table Mountain, our Rooftop Luxury room offer guests seclusion and serenity. Situated on the top floor, away from the hustle and bustle below, each room is designed to feel like a private retreat – perfect for those looking to escape from it all.
Exhale and enjoy a personalised selection of books in a softly-lit reading area, a walk-in closet and the privacy of the top floor balcony.
Check in with our exclusive reception – situated on the fourth floor for your convenience – ensuring that every detail of your journey with us is considered from the moment you arrive. Dip into an array of complimentary snacks and refreshments before heading out, or savour a port, sherry or refreshing local iced tea as the evening winds down.
Rooftop Terrace Room
Elevate your senses and retreat from the world with the awe-inspiring views from our Rooftop Terrace room. Perfect for honeymooners or guests in search of quiet and tranquility, these top floor rooms feature French doors that open onto step-out terrace that make the most of the Table Mountain, yacht marina or harbour surrounds. Special touches like fresh flowers, a reading area with personally selected books and the luxuriously marbled bathroom complete the feeling of being on top of the world, ensconced in private comfort.
To ensure that every detail of your stay is taken care of, we have an exclusive reception area directly situated on the fourth floor where you can check in and enjoy a selection of complimentary snacks and drinks available throughout the day. Refreshing ice tea, mineral water or a welcoming glass of port or sherry awaits.
One Bedroom Suite
Celebrate a romantic anniversary or special occasion with our One Bedroom Suite – exquisitely detailed to ensure your retreat is leisurely and memorable. Curl up in the separate lounge and dining area with in-room entertainment, or enjoy the generously sized balcony overlooking the yacht marina or Cape Town’s working harbour – a blissful setting for a private dining experience.
Our One Bedroom Suites can be booked as inter-connecting rooms, allowing for a family or 4 guests to enjoy a shared space together.
Two Bedroom Suite
Put your feet up and make the most of your in-room downtime in our Two Bedroom Suites. The roomy balcony, luxurious home comforts, a well-equipped kitchen and sunny lounge and dining area make the collective spaces ideal for families or friends travelling together.
The private en-suite bedrooms with rich furnishings and fascinating antique pieces ensure extra privacy and an indulgent stay.
Three Bedroom Suite
Enjoy time away with family, friends or colleagues in one of our expansive Three Bedroom Suites. The three en-suite bedrooms with their own private entrances make travelling with a group easy and discrete, while the beautifully equipped kitchen area and dining room invite socializing in relaxing comfort and style.
Unwind from a day out with a sumptuous dinner party or cocktails on the patio balcony, with its family-sized dining area, and enjoy the twinkling lights of the buzzing Waterfront below.
Situated above the marina, our two Penthouse Suites are our most exclusive offering. With wrap-around views, lavish details and tailored service, every element of the Penthouse Suite environment has been selected to offer a sense of nourishment, tranquility and escape.
Check in with our dedicated reception situated on the fourth floor, positioned to ensure that every detail of your stay is thoughtfully considered, and sample a delicious array of snacks and local refreshments made available throughout the day. Recline in the generous lounge and dining area or enjoy a drink from the complimentary mini-bar, on the private rooftop terrace with breath-taking views of the V&A Waterfront harbour.
The bedrooms invite total relaxation with luxurious furnishing and a grand walk-in closet, ordered with your attire that will be carefully unpacked as part of our service. A private Jacuzzi and outdoor dining area on the terrace creates the perfect setting for romantic dinners for two; ideal for honeymoon couples or those wishing to indulge in ultimate seclusion. Penthouse Suites can be booked as inter-connecting rooms for those looking to enlarge their space, or to accommodate additional guests.
Bascule Whisky, Wine and Cocktail Bar
The gentle chink of ice in whisky glasses mingles with the sounds and energy of Cape Town’s nightlife at Bascule Whisky, Wine and Cocktail Bar. Poised on the water’s edge of the V&A Waterfront yacht marina, Bascule’s breath-taking views are rivalled only by their enticing array of over 400 whiskies from around the globe, together with their exceptional selection of the Cape’s most sublime wines.
By day, Bascule is a vibrant destination from where to enjoy a cappuccino or light lunch. By night, the space is transformed into a lively bar, where connoisseurs and social butterflies gather to enjoy sundowners and lively music, savouring speciality drinks and tasty tapas dishes as the sun dips beneath the waters’ horizon.
Captivate the senses with the best in contemporary Cape cuisine at Signal Restaurant. Experience vibrant dishes that reflect the abundant South African landscape, an extensive wine list that covers the best local and international wines and a diverse menu to suite every palate.
Aged Yellowwood furniture, crisp white linen, handcrafted crystal chandeliers and ceiling to floor glass doors create an equal sense of comfort and occasion from where to enjoy scrumptious buffet breakfasts, light and healthy lunches and evening feasts.
Led by acclaimed Executive Chef, Malika van Reenen, Signal’s innovative menu celebrates the Cape’s rich variety of culture with dishes that pay homage to local flavours and accent European classics.
The Western Cape is a province of great diversities; it offers visitors a unique cultural and natural heritage coupled with breath-taking natural attractions and spectacular scenery – add warm, friendly people and a first world infrastructure – it is one of the most popular provinces in South Africa! Cape Town and the Western Cape are renowned as being one of the most beautiful places on earth! A trip up Table Mountain in the aerial cableway or a helicopter ride will help you gain a geographical perspective, although it is best to avoid a day when the ‘Tablecloth’ descends, covering the top of the mountain in a rolling white mist!
Table Mountain National Park This natural world heritage site, and Natural New 7 Wonder of the World, is a haven of magnificent mountains plunging into crystal seas fringed with bleached white sands of the Cape Peninsula. The mountain chain stretches from Signal Hill in the north, to Cape Point in the South and is also home to the world’s smallest, yet most diverse floral kingdom, The Cape Floristic Region. Table Mountain National Park is a must-visit for anyone in Cape Town, local or international. From open access hikes and beautiful forest walks to pristine picnic and day-visit spots to secluded picturesque accommodation facilities throughout the park, there is plenty to do, see and experience.
The Cape Peninsula provides many opportunities for days out and about, including family-friendly beaches such as Hout Bay, at the base of the breathtaking Chapmans Peak Drive. The road, carved in to the rock, winds its way towards Cape Point, the stunning tip of the Peninsula’s mountain chain. Alternatively, you can choose to share your beach with the penguins at Boulders Bay or opt for sophisticated Camps Bay.
The world-renowned Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens offers lovely trails through the gardens and is host to concerts on Sunday evenings in Summer, when guests are welcome to bring a picnic. Hermanus is rich in breathtaking scenery; with its unparalleled scenic beauty, modern infrastructure, upmarket shops and endless adventure options, it is no wonder that Hermanus is transformed into a bustling hubbub of activity in-season as well as out-of-season. Hermanus is surrounded by majestic mountains, indigenous Fynbos and spectacular natural beauty while its residents are the heart and soul of the town providing an unforgettable holiday experience. For any intrepid tourist or appreciator of nature’s wonders, Hermanus is the ideal location for an unforgettable experience.
This coastal resort offers the best land based whale watching in the world. Famous for their majestic nature and gargantuan size, the Southern Right Whale has always been a fascination for many. Their playful nature and rarity have made them a famous addition to the Cape Whale Coast between June and October every year. Thousands of whale-lovers arrive along the coast to witness these massive mammals birth and care for their new-born calves.
Don’t miss Constantia, known as Cape Town’s vineyard, the seaside enclave of Simon’s Town and Noordhoek with its picturesque shoreline. The heart of the Winelands lies between the historic towns of Franschhoek, Paarl and Stellenbosch. However the wine growing region extends south to Hermanus and north as far as Tulbagh. Wine tastings are obviously a huge part of the Winelands experience, but there is so much more. Whether you want to pamper yourself with gourmet cuisine, a spa break or a round of golf, go hot air ballooning or horse riding through a Big 5 game reserve, these are all possible.
The Victoria & Albert Waterfront, with its restaurants and shopping malls, is the iconic image of Cape Town but there is so much to explore beyond.
City highlights include the Two Oceans Aquarium, Robben Island – where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated, the City Bowl where the business district sits alongside historical buildings, museums and gardens, and of course, Table Mountain – the theatrical backdrop to every conceivable vista of the city and many more.