Hotels are always vying for the best views in their location. The Cape Grace Hotel which is situated at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa can most certainly boast about theirs.
We were lucky enough to spend a night in one of their "Table Mountain Luxury Rooms". It is definitely luxurious, containing a fabulous bathroom with beautiful counter tops and comfortable bath and shower. The linens are excellent and the touches of colour combined with history throughout the hotel create not just a great ambience but also an experience you don’t normally associate with a hotel. However, the greatest asset that this room has is a breath-taking view. You are first met with the sight of bobbing yachts in the marina right next door to the Cape Grace, but if you take a look around, you also receive views of Lions Head and Table Mountain, iconic landmarks of Cape Town.
We wanted to share some of our personal travelling experiences with you, and last time out we gave a day in St. Barths in the Caribbean. If you missed it, catch up here.
Nevertheless, I am going to continue our journey to another of our destinations, Roatan, one of the Bay Islands off the coast of Honduras. Measuring 77km long and less than 8km at its widest point, this small island offers a great lifestyle. Home to the second largest reef system in the world, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, Roatan is high on the list for diving enthusiasts, with warm and clear water providing excellent visibility and an abundance of sea life, just snorkelling around the pristine reef is fantastic.
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