The Crescent Guest Guest house
A 3-star graded newly refurbished well appointed property nestled away in a tree filled garden with night time artistic fairy lights ideally located on the doorstep of Durban cbd and golden mile beaches.
A commuters dream location. Ensuited BnB serviced luxury bedrooms in a cosy but spacious luxury house decorated to simplistic but practical luxury.
Self catering gourmet kitchens. Aircons and wheelchair accessible. DSTV. English/continental breakfasts. Close to all major food outlets. On major commuting and transport route.
We are located uproad from the ff venues : International convention centre/kingsmead Cricket grounds/ Westrdge tennis courts/Fifa World cup stadium/Absa rugby stadium/Beaches/Pavillion /Malls all within 5 minute commute.
We are easily found by foreign guests /conference delegates arriving from the airport and settling into a new city as we are visible from the N3 freeway at the Brickfield road off ramp.
Swimming pool and tennis court next to the property. Laundry facilities. We offer small to medium range conference facilities which can be easily accessed and found by delegates as the property is an off ramp away and clearly visible from the N3 freeway.
For the sport enthusiast, our location is also close to the local soccer, tennis, cricket sports grounds as well as swimming pool. We are also well suited for the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup as we are only 5 minutes from the newly built Moses Mabhida Stadium due for seven matches as well as a semi final.
Our place is within viewing distance of the Comrades Marathon route. Or why not try swimming with Sharks at the uShaka Marine World located down the road. International Divers are amazed also by the world renowned Aliwal Shoal on the Natal South Coast and captivated by the worlds unique and greatest marine spectacle, the Annual Sardine Migration followed by feeding frenzy of birds, dolphins, whales and sharks.
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This page was last updated: 14 September 2011