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The Cape Grace

Cape Town, South Africa

You are going to fall in love with the waterfront Cape Grace. This five-star hotel has arguably the best location in Cape Town, and staying here is an enriching experience.

Cape Grace is a fairly large property with 120 rooms and suites, but it never feels too big or too crowded. Every single room has a unique design, the decor and furnishings meticulously crafted as a celebration of Cape Town’s heritage. There are plenty of Cape Dutch antiques to admire, plus beautiful rendered paintings of local botanical specimens.
 
Staying at Cape Grace is a culinary delight, whatever the time of the day. Take breakfast in the Signal Restaurant with a backdrop of Cape Town’s finest views; and recline in a deep armchair with a book to enjoy your afternoon tea. Complimentary sherry and port are served every evening in the library, and you can also treat yourself to a cocktail by the swimming pool or between rejuvenating treatments in the spa.