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Cape Grace Hotel

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Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Afternoon tea at the Cape Grace Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace  Cape Town  South Africa
Afternoon tea at the Cape Grace Cape Town  South Africa
Cape Grace
There’s a reason Cape Grace always tops the best hotels lists: everyone loves a classic, particularly the kind of classic where the service might lull guests into thinking they’re the only ones at the hotel. That’s no small feat, when staying at a property whose guest list is peppered with famous tycoons, diplomats, and Clintons aplenty. Though Cape Grace only opened its doors in 1996, it harks back to a bygone era; elegant rooms evoke the area’s nautical heritage, and many have windows framing views of the city’s skyline icon, Table Mountain. A welcome addition to the hotel’s lengthy list of amenities? A revamped outdoor pool and conservatory area, unveiled in 2014, just in time for South African summer.

The unbeatable location, at the heart of the popular V&A Waterfront district, also translates to easy access to prime Cape Town sites. But if guests want to venture a bit farther afield, there’s always the complimentary chauffeur service on hand to give them a ride.

Afternoon tea at the Cape Grace
After a busy day on the V&A Waterfront, it was an absolute treat to welcomed to the Cape Grace with their delicious afternoon tea. As a baker and a Brit, I know my way around the three tiers - they did not disappoint! The scones were light as air, served with delicious homemade jam! The glass of Cap Classique rounded out the afternoon perfectly!

W Quay Rd, V & A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002, South Africa
+27 21 410 7100
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