City Lodge Durban

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Cnr Silvester Ntuli and K.E. Masinga, Durban 4056, South Africa
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
22%
12
Very Good
50%
27
Average
22%
12
Poor
0%
0
Terrible
3%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families75
  • Couples100
  • Solo77
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

Ethiopian?

by Osmun79

So.. It's probably a lost cause but I have never been able to find an Ethiopian restaurant in Durban. I CRAVE Ethiopian food.

Does such a thing exist in Durbz?

Re: Ethiopian?

by CatherineReichardt

Sorry, can't help out in Durbs, but if you ever come through Johannesburg, then I can happily recommend the Abyssinia, which is ergonomically located for 'out-of-towners' in Kensington, one of the eastern suburbs ;). Follow this link for more information:
http://www.eatout.co.za/restaurants/6207/search/johannesburg/abyssinia-restaurant . I am no great expert, but we've always really enjoyed the experience.
There is also Addis in Cape Town (use the same website for more details), but as I haven't eaten there, I can't comment - it does seem to get good reviews though.
Apologies that there doesn't appear to be anything in your neck of the woods, but I guess that the 'acid test' of a craving is how far you're willing to go to indulge it???
Regards
Cathy

Travel Tips for Durban

King Senzangakhona Stadium

by cokes

When driving along the M4 close to the Sun Coast Casino you able to see the King Senzangakhona Stadium which is still under construction. This is one of the Staduims where the 2010 Fifa world cup games would be played at.

Leave those woolies!

by Gillybob

Within the shopping centresof Durban, you will find plenty of opportunity to purchase more bags, suitcases and backpacks should your purchases leave you wanting more room. Prices are very reasonable and good quality items are readily available. Travellers and tourists from Europe should find that even in winter, it is rare to need jumpers. A simple cardigan or jacket for cooler evenings should be all that is required.

My father lives just outside Durban and for only a few days a year will he put on a cardi - and he's a local (well, lived there for over twenty years). Most things readily available. Personal medication needs should be sourced in your own country and proof of prescription/requirement taken with you to avoid delays at customs. APS film can sometimes be difficult to obtain. Other photography supplies should be found quite readily. Whilst not readily found, specialist camping and outdoor stores will stock your needs. You will find plenty of opportunity to purchase souvenirs. Purchase away from large shopping centres where souvenir shops are over priced. Many roadside stalls can be found near large tourist areas and these are often good places to source bargains.

DOLPHIN COAST WALKING TOURS.

by PEE-WEE

Explore the scenic coastline of KwaZulu- Natal's North Coast on this energetic but comfortable beach walk spanning up to three days with overnight stops.

Enjoy spectacular scenery and secluded unspoilt beaches
Look out for dolphins, and discover the magic of the seashore

Designed for small groups, tours are led by registered , knowledgeable guides.
Dedicated porters do the carrying so that all you carry are memories.

Great Seafood , Great Setting!!

by GerryFM about The Famous Fish Company

This superbly appointed seafood restaurant can be found at the newly developed Point Waterfront. Situated at the Harbour Mouth with wonderful views of passing ships at close quarters it must be one of the best positions in the world!! This restaurant serves the most superb seafood cuisine in the country. In addition they offer an extensive and comprehensive menu which includes their famous fish platter, and they are equally famous for their pastas, Portuguese chicken, grilled rump fillet steaks, crab curry and not so hungry lite meals

Tala Game Farm

by Lelya

An excellent place for a short trip, this reserve has a fantastic restaurant and accomodation as well!

They only have one of the 'Big Five' (Rhino) but lots of other animals - if you like bird watching you will have a real treat.

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Address: Cnr Silvester Ntuli and K.E. Masinga, Durban 4056, South Africa