November 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Steenberg Hotel in Constantia, South Africa
Dating back to 1682, the Steenberg Hotel is an exquisite historic wine farm set in the foothills of South Africa's magnificent Constantia Valley. Although just 20 minutes from the center of Cape Town, this serene set of buildings - declared an official National Monument - is its own seductive world, surrounded by vineyards and an 18-hole championship golf course. The buildings have been lovingly restored and decorated traditionally with antiques in elegant 17th-century style. In your delightful guest room or suite, you will discover a wealth of treats, which may include a romantic patio with views of the vines and fairways.
Although you are close Cape Town's shops, restaurants and a cable car ride to the top of Table Mountain, you may find it difficult to leave the Steenberg Hotel estate itself. You can experience the radiant energy of The Spa at Steenberg, or dine on sophisticated contemporary South African cuisine at Catharina's. You might also enjoy the special privileges at the golf course, or simply laze by the pool and gaze at the mountains as you sip Steenberg's signature Sauvignon Blanc Reserve. If you are in the mood for a day trip, seasonal whale watching in Hermanus is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Location of Steenberg Hotel
Nearest Airport: CPT
Amenities for Steenberg Hotel
- General Information
- 24 Guest Rooms
- Pool Bar
- Wine Cellar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Art Collection
- 18-Hole Golf Course
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Cooking Classes
- Wine Tasting
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
- Food & Wine
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Steenberg Hotel
Part of our south africa trip/ tour, and we were recommended to stay. We were not disappointed. Superb location, set within the vineyards and golf course. room was nicely situated within the main house, bathroom was beuatifully presented, lovely sizable shower. marketed as a 24 bedroom luxury boutique hotel and it certainly is. it was our anniversary, and on return from dinner, the room/ bed was covered in petals and shaped swans from the hand towels- nice touch. Service was sharp, but friendly and warm, most professional. as a hotel guest, recommend you partake in the wine tasting - superb, with us purchasing several bottles of the sauvignon blanc. played 18 holes of golf whilst there, lovely course, and the Caddy came in handy- although the pricing with the clubs, felt a little lumpy. Mrs S indulged in a spa treatment and she said it was one of the best she`s had ! what can you say. on the first night we eat out- kindly chauffered and collected from the Steenberg shuttle bus. 2nd night we eat at Catharina`s restaurant - excellent, wide menu, and the lamb dish was top class. prawn and salmon starter was fresh, with the venison not disappointing. African game was superb. Delighted to have stayed here and would strongly recommend it .
Mark S - Preston, United Kingdom
Historical, beautiful and classy are just some of the first words that come to mind when discussing Steenberg Hotel and Spa. The staff is friendly and very accommodating, as we found out while staying here for our wedding, which was being hosted on the same grounds at the Catharina's Restaurant. Jackie Quail, the event coordinator, bent over backwards to accommodate our every whim, and did so as if it was absolutely no effort at all! Thank You, Jackie! The rooms ooze class and elegance, and are spacious and luxurious. This is the definition of decadence. You know you've arrived. The perfect accompaniment to your indulgence, is the local bubbly produced on the grounds at the vineyard. Pure indulgence, Extra classy, Simply luxurious, divinely beautiful, Highly recommended!
carlohendricks - Cape Town, South Africa
We stayed at Steenberg hotel for one night and walked up to Bistro Sixteen82 for dinner. The tapas were excellent and the service was very good. The waitress recommended an excellent dessert- which was top notch. The reason I have 4 stars was because the chai latte (which wasn't what I had ordered- but normally I like chai lattes so it wasn't a big deal)- but it was not good at all, very week and had almost no flavor- despite the honey at the bottom. But, the waitress took it off the bill and I made coffee back at the room. We also did the wine tasting here earlier in the afternoon- and it was a lovely setting out in then patio tasting wine. Would have been perfect- except for the slightly rude server, but the other 2 servers seemed much nicer and more friendly. I would recommend a wine stop here- especially on a nice day you can sit outside.
Kelli123 - New York City, New York
We stayed for 3 nights in a Premier Room which was first class. Amenities were as discribed on their website. We had patio doors leading onto a garden with direct access onto the golf course. We had sun on the patio during the afternoon. Views onto the mounbtains were spectacular. The service was excellent throughout our stay and the food in the restaurant was excellent. The 3 course set dinner was excellent value.
stephen m - County Down, Northern ireland
What a beautiful estate and lovely, lovely service! A short drive from most of the sights but it is worth the tranquil atmosphere and sense of space. The rooms are SO comfortable and have maintained their old-school feel despite the tasteful, modern decor. A wonderful place to stay.