Cape Town’s Cape Grace Hotel is now available as
a pre or post-cruise “Classic Plus” Hotel Program with Crystal
Cruises luxury cruises to and from South Africa in the spring
With “Classic Plus”, Crystal guests can enjoy
five-star hotel accommodations before or after their cruise,
private car transfers, meet and assist arrangements, porterage,
full breakfast and other perks at destinations around the world.
The Hotel Program is available for stays of one, two or three
nights following Crystal Serenity’s 29 March 2011 voyage from Mumbai to
Cape Town, and before the 17 April 2011 cruise from Cape Town to
Both cruises are segments of Crystal Cruises epic 2011
World Cruise. An alternative “Classic” Hotel Program at the
charming colonial Mount Nelson Hotel is also available.
“Crystal’s hotel programs are designed to offer travelers a
seamless vacation experience with a level of style, service, and
luxury similar to their Crystal shipboard,” said John Stoll,
Crystal’s vice president, land and port operations. “The programs
also deliver a high degree of comfort, as guests know that Crystal
is giving great attention to arrangements and details that ease
travel in foreign destinations.”
Situated in the heart of Cape
Town’s wharf area, the Cape Grace offers an ideal location for
touring, dining, shopping and even luxury yacht charters. Besides
its warm, attentive service, the luxury property features a full
spa and bars and restaurants offering innovative menus
complemented by premium local wine selections.
further extend the 29 March voyage from Mumbai to Cape Town with a
three-night, pre-cruise land program visiting the Taj Mahal for a
fraction of the valued fare. The 18 April itinerary from Cape Town
to London focuses heavily on West Africa’s heritage.
the Cape Grace “Classic Plus” program begin at $550 per person,
double occupancy, for the first night of stay, with reduced rates
available for additional nights.
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