At a glance
The hotel offers a beautiful environment to relax in and tailored spa treatments, but no wet facilities.
The hotel’s history, beauty and luxurious standards make it an excellent location for a romantic break.
The hotel has two award-winning restaurants within the grounds.
The hotel is set in the Constantiaberg amphitheatre of the Table Mountain range.
Visit the historic Castle of Good Hope, head to Robben Island, go whale watching or visit Table Mountain itself.
Spa & Leisure
Surrounded by an 18-hole golf course and the most glorious of natural settings, Steenberg Hotel is an idyllic place for enjoying the great outdoors, and it is a given that this is somewhere you can really relax. The spa is an integral part of that experience; a haven of relaxation dedicated to pampering and relaxation, although it does not have leisure facilities such as a gym or pool - this is about enjoying what nature has to offer.
There are four beautifully decorated treatment rooms, each being spacious and comfortable. They offer a range of unique aromatherapy blends and treatments that are tailor-made to your specific needs, using natural ingredients in products from Babor - known for its natural plant oils and extracts, QMS - which is an expert in anti-ageing, and Africology - a holistic brand using plant based active extracts.
Hotel & Accommodation
Close to Cape Town, the Steenberg Hotel is a luxurious five star hotel with plenty of history with the property dating back to 1682. Resting in the Constantiaberg amphitheatre of the Table Mountain range, the location is awe inspiring. Accommodation includes heritage suites, contemporary premier rooms, family rooms and the charm of sunny barn rooms as well as those in the original Manor House, and all the while you are surrounded by tranquility and excellent service.
The hotel has two restaurants within the grounds. Bistro Sixteen82 sits adjacent to Steenberg’s winery, surrounded by beautiful gardens and reflective water features it serves breakfast, lunch and a late-afternoon tapas menu. Meanwhile, Catharina’s pays homage to Catharina Ras, the woman who founded the estate and serves contemporary food in a fine dining setting with origami swans swinging from the ceiling and an award-winning wine list.