Cape Grace

Cape Grace

In under an hour from Cape Town international airport, heading through the impressive city, you arrive at the Victoria and Albert Waterfront facing the crystal waters of the South Atlantic. Located on its own quay, it is flanked on one side by a working harbour and on the other by a private yacht marina. The most striking feature about the position of the Cape Grace hotel is that it is firmly in the shadow of the spectacular Table Mountain, offering some amazing views.

Welcoming surroundings

There are 120 rooms and suites to choose from here, each one individually lavishly designed and containing luxurious marble bathrooms with separate baths and showers. The attention to detail is notable as you look around these wonderful spaces.

The decoration throughout is seriously impressive and each room has its own story allowing you to learn a little about the Cape’s intriguing past. The hallways and landings are fully adorned with antique furniture, over 300 unique pieces make this the most comprehensive collection owned by a hotel in South Africa.

A foodie’s heaven

Step into the Signal Restaurant and you’ve stepped into a fine dining wonderland. The Executive Chef has formulated a tremendous menu for meat lovers and vegetarians alike. This culinary experience celebrates the diversity and culture of the Cape with a subtle nod to some European classics, all served in a superbly evocative way. These high standards are matched by the huge selection of wines to complement the spectacular food. Cape Grace’s knowledgeable sommelier is always available to help you make the perfect choice.

Reward the body and soul

With all that sumptuous food available from breakfast to lunch and dinner, why not take the opportunity to take on a full workout on the top floor in the secluded fitness studio made available exclusively for hotel guests? Afterwards, reward your body and soul with a journey into the treatment rooms and relaxation area and let the stresses and strains slip away.

before you go

Everything you need to know before planning your dream trip

When to travel
November to February is the busiest time, but March to April and September to October are popular. Whale watchers should visit July to October, whilst May to October is a good time for safaris – it can get cold on game drives so pack a fleece
How to get there
Your holiday will begin with a British Airways or Virgin Atlantic flight from Heathrow to Johannesburg, or British Airways to Cape Town – the average flying time about 11 hours, although as there is only a 1 hour time difference there’s no tedious jet lag.

Our Destination Specialists


our destination specialist

Jessica Jones Specialist area: Caribbean & Indian Ocean 26 years in travel industry
Paul Jones Specialist area: Asia & Indo-China 26 years in travel industry
Julie Crump Specialist area: Africa 37 years in travel industry

Have you ever wondered about the team behind your holiday? Our expert team are always on hand and invite you to give them a call to discuss your perfect holiday with Azure.

We are passionate about travel and that passion drives our desire to ensure you have your perfect holiday every time. Our promise to you is your best ever tailor-made holiday

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Opening Hours
  • Monday - Friday- 9am - 5:30pm
  • Saturday - 9:30am - 1pm
  • Sunday- Closed

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