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The Oyster Box

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This 1947 hotel set in lush gardens overlooking the Indian Ocean reopened after a two-year makeover as a long overdue luxury addition to KwaZulu-Natal's tropical northern coast. — Concierge

This 1947 hotel set in lush gardens overlooking the Indian Ocean reopened after a two-year makeover as a long overdue luxury addition to KwaZulu-Natal’s tropical northern coast. — Condé Nast Traveler

The iconic Oyster Box hotel has achieved a perfect marriage between old colonial and African contemporary style in its luxurious accommodations and offers an eye-popping range of services. — Fodor's

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Napier house Bed & Breakfast

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On a poky little street near the Botanic Gardens, this is an excellent, homey B&B that is terrific value. — Lonely Planet

Featuring renovated and charming rooms with flat-screen TVs, and a pool. Close to the scenic Botanic Gardens. — Rough Guide

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Beverly Hills

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They didn’t pull out all the stops on the exterior, but this top-notch classic is deliciously stylish on the inside. It’s the perfect place for a platinum-card splurge. — Lonely Planet

In a high-rise building right on the beach, this upscale hotel is popular with both vacationers and businesspeople and has a longstanding reputation for gracious hospitality. — Fodor's

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The Concierge Boutique Bungalows

Durban 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Durbs’ most cutting-edge sleeping options, this cleverly conceived spot – 12 cosy rooms in four pods – is more about the design (urban, funky, shape-oriented) than the spaces... — Lonely Planet

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Smith's Cottage

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Travellers praise this comfortable ‘home away from home’. Friendly owners Keith and Pat offer accommodation in all shapes and sizes with a laid-back atmosphere. — Lonely Planet

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Teremok Marine

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Translated from Russian as "little hideaway," this delightful boutique lodge has individually styled rooms, each offering a different sensory experience. — Fodor's

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Rain Farm Game and Lodge

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Surrounded by secluded indigenous coastal forest, with a private-access beach and golf course, Zimbali is inspired by the architecture of tropical climates. — Frommer's

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Balmoral Hotel

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Making the odd concession to colonial-era splendour, this beachfront place has lashings of understated style and plenty of plush rooms. — Lonely Planet

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Balmoral Place

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The only low-rise hotel on the beachfront, the Balmoral has a faded grandeur born of its former life as a colonial residence. — Lonely Planet

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Durban Elephant

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With panoramic views of the harbor, bluff, and Indian Ocean, this grand old Edwardian property, set in lush tropical gardens (often visited by monkeys), offers the best-value stay in Durban. — Frommer's

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Protea Hotel by Marriott Durban Edward

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Crystal chandeliers, a colonialstyle ambience, sea-view balconies and a ladies’ bar leading onto a cool veranda make this Art Deco mansion the grande dame of the beachfront. — Rough Guide

Service is excellent, and the stylish cut-glass chandeliers, molded ceilings, and subtle art-deco details bring to mind a more refined past. — Fodor's

King of the seafront hotels, this is classic and comfortable, with fresh-polish smells and full-on decor. — Lonely Planet

This elegant four-star hotel on the Golden Mile is located within walking distance of Durban’s central business district, the convention centre, the casino and the shops. — DK Eyewitness

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Essenwood House

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This neat, converted colonial mansion overlooks a lush palm-tree-filled garden and has rooms that are smart, spacious and airy, with luxurious touches. — Lonely Planet

This colonial-era homestead, set in large gardens overlooking the city centre and ocean, offers personalised service and a high standard of accommodation in its six en-suite rooms. — Insight Guides

This grand house with a sumptuous garden has seven large, comfortable rooms (the upstairs ones have sea views), an attractive pool and a good-natured, somewhat eccentric, host. — Rough Guide

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Tekweni Backpackers Hostel

Durban 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the oldest and best backpacker hostels in Durban, the Tekweni sprawls over three houses near to Florida Road and offers a good selection of rooms and dorms. — Insight Guides

A slightly saggy place that nevertheless attracts the party animals who like raucous, gregarious surrounds. — Lonely Planet

Large hostel near Florida Rd... features plenty of communal areas, a pool and bar. Braais and other social gatherings cater to a young, energetic clientele. Monthly accommodation is also available. — Rough Guide

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Royal Hotel

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Feels a little oldfangled. Smack in the centre of town... it’s worth considering if you can afford five-star splendour and fancy the liveried service. Discounts are often available. — Rough Guide

This five-star, slightly old-world institution is one of the city’s most historical and swankiest offerings. — Lonely Planet

This 150-year-old grand hotel in Durban’s city centre is decorated with warm yellowwood and blue tones. The butler service adds a touch of luxurious sophistication. — DK Eyewitness

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Quarters Hotel Florida Road

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Four converted Victorian homes comprise the city's most intimate boutique hotel, on Florida Road; an additional, newer, 17-room property up the road is called Quarters on Avondale. — Fodor's

Four gracious Victorian houses provide a successful combination of Old World charm and modern sophistication. — DK Eyewitness

This attractive boutique hotel – at two neighboring locations – balances colonial glamour with small-scale home comforts. — Lonely Planet

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Garden Court Marine Parade

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A superb beachfront option, Garden Court has recently had a snazzy overhaul and now boasts sleek, modern rooms all with ocean views. — Lonely Planet

All the rooms face the sea... A cool through-breeze offers respite against the summer heat, and a back entrance across from Victoria Park provides handy access to the city centre. — Rough Guide

You can't beat the location of this pleasant hotel midway between South and North beaches and only a five-minute drive from the city center. Rooms are attractive and modern. — Fodor's

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Happy Hippo Accommodation

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Close to the beach, but in the dodgy part of town on Mahatma Gandhi Rd, is this spacious, well run, warehouse-style accommodation. — Lonely Planet

Extremely spacious hostel a stone’s throw from uShaka Marine World and the beach. The rooftop bar makes it popular with a younger crowd in the mood for a party. Dorms , rooms. — Rough Guide

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Gibela Backpackers Lodge

Durban 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Immaculately organized hostel with a restful atmosphere, tastefully decorated rooms and single-sex dorms... Strict no-smoking policy and no check-in after 9pm. — Rough Guide

One of Durban’s best hostels, it has sparkling surfaces and rooms neat enough to pass an army major’s inspection... and helpful owner Elmar is the man-in-the-know about all things Durban and beyond. — Lonely Planet

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Rosetta House

Durban 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just four rooms, all warmly decorated. There’s a lush and tranquil garden to relax in, and the hosts maintain a high standard of service. — Rough Guide

This elegant place has a country-chic feel – and there’s not a thing out of place... It’s perfect for mature travellers who seek comfort in a central location. — Lonely Planet

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Nomads Backpackers

Durban 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A short walk from the Musgrave Centre, this chilled-out hostel is good for nonsensical conversations at the bar or around the pool. Meals available. Dorms , rooms. — Rough Guide

An organised and neat, yet relaxed kind of joint (for those who like relaxing joints), and one that likes to party... You’re a jump away from the cinemas and cappuccino bars of the Musgrave Centre. — Lonely Planet

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