Royal Hotel

267 Smith Street, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, 4000, South Africa | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Durban

The Bush

A travel blog entry by thefiveyears


Part of this little trip was a "safari" with the family. Fortunately I don't have too much to write about the family aspect of it, there is a reason I haven't been on a family holiday for about fifteen years. An old sentimental favourite is the Kruger Park, as the mother grew up visiting it (though it was dad's birthday, I suspect she did the …

Oysters and mussels and wine, oh my

A travel blog entry by whiteant


Another rushed pitstop - damn that missing passport - and an overnight stay at the Royal Hotel. The drive in was a challenge - there's a squatter village just north of town, and the folks there seem to get some kind of animal thrill running across the four lane highway at night. How can I put this without sounding too racist: the road is black; the …

Final countdown

A travel blog entry by liammichelle


Spent the last three nights in The Royal Hotel in Durban. It's very posh with an Indian theme. Nice to chill out, relax, visit the beautician and hairdressers. Also managed to do the last of our shopping along the coast, at the markets and in local shopping centres. Andrew came back in and met us, we went to Wilsons Wharf for a thai lunch and The …

The Drum of Zulu Thunder

A travel blog entry by mullos


... to relax and do my own thing for a few days, so I checked myself into Tekweni backpackers in Morningside, a middle class suburb in Durban, with some great restaurants on Florida Rd and a few cool bars. I met a few motely characters from Tekweni on the first night at the bar, and we proceeded to down more and more Castles. I think that after the past week with Groutville, then the orphange, I needed to let off some steam and meet other like minded backpackers. Two days ...

Cape Town to Durban

A travel blog entry by proe2


... or nasalised, for a total of 15. It's a wonder they can learn such a complicated language.

But I digress. It took us a while to find our way out of the Budget Car Rental parking lot, but it doesn't matter much because we won't get to see a lot of Durban this trip anyway. Our plan is to head out immediately on our next adventure, a quest to find our very own Zulu child, Nqobile (with a click). ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 267 Smith Street, Durban, is near uShaka Marine World, Mitchell Park, Nambiti Game Conservancy, and The Spa on Fairway.
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