Durban

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The Oyster Box
9
4 reviews
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
Hilton Durban
8
2 reviews
This massive luxury hotel adjacent to the International Convention Centre is relatively close...to the city center and beachfront and is favored by businesspeople and conference-goers. — Fodor's
Beverly Hills
8
2 reviews
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
Rain Farm Game and Lodge
8
1 review
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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The Balmoral Hotel
8
1 review
Making the odd concession to colonial-era splendour, this beachfront place has lashings of understated style and plenty of plush rooms. — Lonely Planet
Napier House Bed & Breakfast
8
2 reviews
On a poky little street near the Botanic Gardens, this is an excellent, homey B&B that is terrific value. — Lonely Planet
Smith's Cottage
8
1 review
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
Teremok Marine
8
1 review
Translated from Russian as "little hideaway," this delightful boutique lodge has individually styled rooms, each offering a different sensory experience. — Fodor's
Balmoral Place
8
1 review
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
Durban Elephant
8
1 review
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
Quarters Hotel
7
3 reviews
Four gracious Victorian houses provide a successful combination of Old World charm and modern sophistication. — DK Eyewitness
Garden Court Marine Parade
7
3 reviews
A superb beachfront option, Garden Court was given a snazzy overhaul in 2014 and now boasts sleek, modern rooms, all with ocean views — Lonely Planet
Protea Hotel Durban Edward
7
4 reviews
King of the seafront hotels, this is classic and comfortable, with fresh-polish smells and full-on decor — Lonely Planet
Tekweni Backpackers Hostel
7
3 reviews
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
Blue Waters Hotel
7
3 reviews
At the northern end of the beachfront, away from the madding Promenade crowd, Blue Waters is a classic hotel. — Lonely Planet
Essenwood House
7
3 reviews
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
Suncoast Towers
7
2 reviews
This hotel is a stone's throw from the beach, and... it's designed in the art-deco style of the 1930s. ... The sea views from the higher floors are spectacular. — Fodor's
The Benjamin
7
2 reviews
This upmarket boutique hotel is filled with smart rooms of the ‘heavy drapes and floral furnishing’ variety (although the jute carpet is showing some wear), around a pretty paved and green courtyard. — Lonely Planet
Durban Backpackers - On the Beach
7
1 review
Four kilometres south of Umhlanga is Glenashley, where you’ll find this light and airy converted house-come-backpackers; it’s the best budget beach option in this neck of the woods. — Lonely Planet
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