Check In with the Kids

If you remember checking into a hotel as a child, you may remember the excitement of exploring every square inch of the place, marvelling at the size of the swimming…

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We Find Out What Inspires a Hotel Concierge

Head concierge, Hoon Kim, hails from Korea but has thoroughly adopted Cape Town as his home since relocating here over a decade ago. He thrives on being plugged into the…

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Signal Launches its New Tasting Menu with Doolhof Wines

Doolhof Wine Estate – The Valley of the Labyrinth

After another successful month of food and wine pairings, Signal Restaurant is now partnering with DOOLHOF WINES, from the Bovlei Valley in…

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Museum Collections make Connections

That is the theme for this year’s International Museum Day, celebrated around the world on this day since 1977 to raise public awareness of the role of museums in…

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It’s Local and it’s Lekker*…

One of the first things I do when checking into a hotel room is explore the little touches that have the potential to turn an ordinary stay into an extraordinary…

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Happy Mothers Day!

Wishing all Mothers, Grandmothers, Foster Mothers, Step Mothers, Mother in-law and Godmothers a Happy Mother’s Day.

We asked our staff what there Mothers meant to them and this…

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It’s the Ultimate Spoil this Mothers Day

Sunday the 11th May is Mother’s Day and what better way to say ‘Thank You’, ‘I love you Mum’ or even just ‘I wish you were here’ than with…

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Cake that is Made to Order…

While many in-house guests and local residents of Cape Town are regularly tempted by the Afternoon Tea menu served daily in the Library, not many people know that the…

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How to Celebrate your Mom this Mother’s Day!

Even though there’s only one official day to celebrate Mother’s Day, the Spa at Cape Grace is making sure that all mums are pampered right through the month…

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Spotlight on Cape Town Travel…

Cape Town’s reputation as a heart-stopping beauty hasn’t waned since English explorer, Sir Francis Drake, first described it as ‘the fairest cape’ well over 400 years ago…

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