Steenberg has introduced an attractive Special Offer for visitors to Cape Town during the summer season, offering a complimentary night at any of their three magnificent Heritage Suiteswhen booking a three-night stay.
Providing just the right incentive to linger a little longer at this elegant hotel with its spectacular setting on the oldest farm in the Constantia Valley, this great value offer includes flexible accommodation arrangements that will appeal to families and groups of friends travelling together, accommodating up to six people in a Heritage Suite from only R9 720 for the suite per night. The rate includes full English breakfast served at Catharina’s Restaurant, and is valid from 15 November until 22 December 2012, and after peak season again, from the first of March 2013 until November 2013. This offer applies exclusively to new bookings.
Located within the historic Jonkershuis in a charming garden setting, a stay here is ideal for guests who prefer the space and comforts of a private home, without compromising on luxury and world-class hotel services. Offering flexibility for families or friends travelling together, suites may be converted to spacious, luxury 2-Bedroom apartments for groups of up to four people, with the possibility of accommodating up to six people per suite through inter-leading entrances. Adding to the luxurious home-away-from-home experience, a butler service is included, in addition to each suite featuring its own fully equipped kitchen, complimentary WI-FI, private patio, and the Cape Colonial Suite and Khoi Khoi Suite both featuring their own swimming pools too.
The Heritage Suites are inviting spaces, each themed and designed around a historic period in the history of the Cape, with sophisticated, yet comfortable living areas that reflect the latest décor trends. While the Cape Colonial Suite echoes the rich colonial and cultural history of Cape Town, the Khoi Khoi Suite is a stunning blend of modern and ancient, with original illustrations of intriguing rock art paintings on the walls, and the Dutch East India Suite a warm reflection of the cosmopolitan culture of Cape Town.
The appealing mix of old world charm and modern touches, and its prime location on the oldest farm in Cape Town’s famed Constantia Wine Valley, just 20 minutes from the city centre, together with a wonderful array of experiences to entice, entertain and engage guests, defines the one-of-a-kind Steenberg destination experience. From its state-of-the-art winery and luxury Ginkgo Spa, to the 18-hole championship golf course, with South Africa’s first brand-exclusive bubbly bar, Gorgeous by Graham Beck recently added to the mix, it’s in a class of its own. It is also a gourmet destination of note, with both Catharina’s and cellar door restaurant Bistro Sixteen82 scooping American Express Platinum Card Fine Dining Awards again this year.
Small wonder then, that it was voted onto the coveted Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards’ Top 100 Hotels & Resorts in the World list for two years running.