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16 expert recommendations
There’s a reason Cape Grace always tops the best hotels lists: everyone loves a classic. Full review →
Charming hotel in a private yacht basin on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Full review →
The 121-room hotel has a somewhat younger clientele than its main luxury competitor, the Mount Nelson, and prides itself on extremely personalized service.Hotel staff try to accommodate every request, so if you're keen on wine, the resident sommelier can accompany you to the winelands.
This sandstone-colored mainstay on the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront has a backdrop of Table Mountain and is "one of the most beautiful hotels in the world." Full review →
A member of the Leading Small Hotels of the World group, the Cape Grace is the stately jewel in the crown of the Waterfront’s crop of hotels.
Enjoying a stellar location in the working harbor section of the Waterfrontthe Cape Grace is popular with American celebrities. Full review →
Of the larger Waterfront hotels, the Grace remains the most elegant, and it's still the first choice for visiting VIPs, though Dock House is by far the most exclusive. Full review →
Situated on a private quay on Cape Town's Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, this hotel combines elegance and convenience. Full review →
Elegant V&A Waterfront hotel on a private quay, with a buzzy bar, a fine-dining restaurant, and dramatic Table Mountain views. Full review →
Fair Trade in Tourism accredited, this is one of the Waterfront’s most appealing hotels. Full review →
Located on the marina and a short drivefrom many of Cape Town's most popular attractions, Cape Grace is an eleganthotel with 120 rooms and suites. Full review →
One of South Africa’s most expensive and exclusive hotels, in a perfect location, and deserving of every accolade.
This small boutique-style hotel is a dark terra-cotta rectangle off by itself among the docks, yet just a short walk from the action. The nautical-themed lobby area is fitting for the... Full review →Room service never takes a rest, and disabled accommodations are available upon request.
An exclusive Cape Town waterfront property on its own quay, with Table Mountain right behind. Full review →
With its recently refurbished rooms (121 in total), outstanding restaurant and dining facilities... and superb African-inspired spa, this is certainly one of the best hotels in the city. Full review →
A movable pedestrian bascule bridge provides access from the bustling waterfront to this quiet, mansard-roofed hotel on its own private quay. Full review →
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