Steenberg Hotel & Vineyards featured in New York Times
Steenberg is the Cape’s oldest wine farm and benefits from being a mere 20 minute drive from the center of the Mother City, as Cape Town is fondly known.
The Steenberg Estate not only offers the historic hotel and three Heritage Suites, providing guests with sweeping panoramic views of False Bay and the Vineyards, but also a championship standard golf course and of course the fabulous vineyards with accompanying wine tasting bar.
This stunning hotel is a previous winner of the Top Hotel in Africa and the Middle East by readers of Condé Nast Traveler in the USA and consistently wins the Travelers Choice Awards for Best Luxury Hotel from the renowned Trip Advisor travel website.
Visiting guests will be delighted to learn that Steenberg is synonymous with culinary excellence, exhibited through the award winning restaurant of Catharina’s or BistroSixteen82 the innovative bistro-style cellar door restaurant.
Setting the standards bar ever higher, Steenberg is the first hotel in Africa to house the brand exclusive bubbly bar named Gorgeous by Graham Beck.
The Ginkgo Spa and Wellness Centre complete this package of luxury. Guests can indulge themselves with a smorgasbord of treatments to release the hustle and bustle of the day or simply to relax whilst on vacation.
The hotel and the famed Constantia Valley Wine Route has very recently attracted more positive attention in the form of an article feature in the world famous New York times!
For further information on Steenberg Hotel or other luxury hotels in the Constantia and Cape Town areas, contact the Southern Africa Travel team today.