Take to the streets! Bree Street hosts Open Streets today

Today’s Open Streets festival in Bree Street, Cape Town, taps into a global movement that started in Colombia with the aim of reclaiming public urban spaces, encouraging city kids…

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We love Cape Town!

During the month of December, the Sales and Marketing Team packed their picnic bags, hats, sun glasses and sun screen for a memorable excursion around Cape Town.

We hopped on…

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Luxury travel trends for 2015

Luxury travellers will continue to seek increasingly authentic, local, hidden-gem experiences, re-discovering familiar destinations in a fresh way or exploring new ones. Multigenerational family trips remain a strong…

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Exploring Robben Island

World Heritage Site, Robben Island, is one of Cape Town’s top tourist attractions. Over the centuries, the island has housed a prison, hospital, mental institution, leper colony and a…

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A GREAT TEAM MAKES A GREAT CONCIERGE

If you’re planning a visit to Cape Grace make sure that you visit our Concierge Team situated on the ground floor.  Made up of Hoon Kim, Quintin Smit, Liezel…

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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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The Maboneng Township Arts Experience

The Maboneng Township Arts Experience is a national public arts initiative that turns homes in townships into galleries, and outdoor spaces into performance districts. We work humbly with home owners…

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Fitness Fun in the V&A Waterfront

It’s 06:00 am and the sun is just peeking out and showing off some beautiful  rays. As usual  Cape Town delivers phenomenal sunrises (as well as, sunsets), and…

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Treat your Valentine: Cape Grace Flower Trolley

There’s something so authentic about buying flowers from an old-fashioned flower trolley, with each bunch being so beautiful and bespoke. This is what you can expect from the…

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V&A Waterfront Historical Walking Tour – Review

It was the menacing treadmill in the old Breakwater Prison, where punishment involved walking the wooden wheel for up to 55 minutes of every hour, that stuck in my mind…

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