Cape Grace Hotel sits on its own quay in Cape Towns V&A Waterfront, with a working dock on one side and a multimillionaire yacht playground on the other.
Our recent refashioning, inspired by Cape Towns heritage, juxtaposes modern and period with hand-painted murals and silk drapes, Cape artifacts and a dose of quirk and wit through chandeliers hanging with unusual objects. What distinguishes Cape Grace decor is the local craftsmanship that speaks of attention to detail and dedication; qualities that embody every Cape Grace experience.
Accommodation at Cape Grace Hotel
Astounding natural beauty, sweeping landscapes, exciting cuisine and vibrant culture marks Cape Town as one of the world’s most magnificent cities. Our meticulously crafted accommodation at Cape Grace gives full expression to its rich legacy.
Each one of the uniquely designed rooms have been inspired by the charm and wonder of our South African and Cape heritage, inviting travellers to discover and connect with the history and culture of our fascinating region.
Ship manifests, rare Cape Dutch antiques and local artwork renditions of our botanical kingdom have been sourced piece by piece to create a tapestry of depth, texture and contemporary style.
In cool hues of blue, warm shades of red and rich tones of green and gold, each of the 120 guest rooms and suites is completely unique and has its own “story” – the focal point from which the rest of the design elements flow. Deluxe amenities and personalised touches complete our guests’ comfort and enhance their experience.
From the spa to the pool, Bascule whisky bar to Signal restaurant, there is an intuitiveness that makes everything unfold with a sense of ease.
Savour inspired dishes infused with local flavours at Signal Restaurant, indulge in tiers of treats during our time-honoured Afternoon Tea, and don’t leave without appreciating our world-class whiskies and the best South African wines at Bascule Bar.
Each one of our culinary expressions take place in exquisite settings that enhance our guests’ unique dining experiences. Breakfasts, light lunches, bespoke brunches, seasonal tasting menus and cocktails all merge in a world of flavour, creativity and Cape Town’s finest views.
So, whether it’s a crisp and crunchy salad by the pool, a perfectly muddled mojito cocktail in the Bascule lounge, or a multi-course gastronomic feast at Signal Restaurant, we assure a seamless, sensory experience.
Recreational Options at Cape Grace:
Yachting and boating
Cycling (mountain bikes are available for guests use)
Spa with Sauna, Steam Room, Rain and Body Showers
Recreational Options Nearby:
Shark cage diving
Cape Grace is situated on a private quay on the world famous Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, close to the heart of Cape Town. Surrounded by water on three sides, Cape Grace is renowned for both its ideal location and equally-valued privacy.
21 kilometres/ 13 Miles from Cape Town International Airport
2 kilometres/ 1 Mile from the city centers arts, crafts, cuisine and nightlife
8 kilometres/ 5 Miles from the sandy white beaches of Clifton & Camps Bay
500 meters/ 0.3 Miles from the International Convention Centre
DIRECTIONS FROM CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
* Travel past the airport building on your left and follow the EXIT signs then continue under the bridge.
* From the left, join the N2 motorway, continue traveling along the N2 and pass the golf course and river on your left
* Follow the Stad/City N2 M3 signs, keeping to the middle or right lanes.
* Follow the N2/City/Foreshore/ Sea point signs
* Continue on Motorway 7 and follow the M6 Coen Steytler/ Sea point/ Waterfront sign
* Travel in the right-hand lane and continue following the above mentioned sign the harbour will be on your right, CT City and International Convention Centre on your left.
* At the traffic lights, turn right, stay in the middle or left lanes and follow the Waterfront signs
* At the next set of traffic lights, continue straight and enter the V&A Waterfront A Caltex fuel station will be on your right.
* Keep travelling in the right-hand lane. As you approach the traffic circle, the road will split into 3 lanes, follow the middle lane around half the circle and take the exit marked West Quay. Cape Grace will soon be visible.
Airport Distance: 21 km Travelling time: 20-45 min (depending on traffic)
West Quay, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town 8001, South Africa
P O Box 51387, Waterfront 8002, South Africa
Airport transfers are available on request at a cost of R660 per transfer.
Children of all ages welcome.
Our uniqueness as a Cape Town Boutique Hotel relies on creating an environment in which our guests feel supremely comfortable and pampered; in a setting that leaves you in no doubt that you are in Cape Town.
Cape Graces luxury hotel waterfront setting and stylish interiors celebrate Cape Towns heritage and floral kingdom in ways that juxtapose modern and period.
This is noticeable in every custom-designed room, from hand painted fabrics and hand made metalwork, glass and leather items, to individually-sourced antiques and artifacts. By bringing Cape Towns past into the present using local artisans and talented designers, bedrooms and suites reflect the beauty, charm and understated elegance for which Cape Grace is famous.
While each of the Cape Grace bedrooms and suites are distinctively decorated, they all have some features in common:
Complimentary WiFI and internet access
IPod docking stations in all rooms; X-Box 360s in Suites and Penthouses
Private room safe
Flat-screen, high definition TV, satellite television channels and selected radio stations
International plug points and fax /Internet modem lines
Fully stocked private bar and deli snacks
Tea & coffee making facilities
French windows with views of the yacht marina or the working harbor
Fresh flowers and personally selected books
Separate bath, shower and toilet
Elegant marble bathrooms with superior Charlotte Rhys toiletries made exclusively for Cape Grace