After waking up on the same side of the bed every day, seeing the same view every morning and consistently hitting your shin on the same low-lying ottoman when you try to leave the bedroom, it’s understandable that occasionally, you just need to get away from your home sweet home for a while. Wake up on a better side of a different bed and save 50% on a one or two-night stay for two people at African Rendezvous Lodge.
Pay R425 for a one-night stay for two people, including breakfast, valued at R850
Pay R850 for a two-night stay for two people, including breakfast, valued at R1700
Scenically nestled in a tranquil cul-de-sac in the calm suburb of Morningside, African Rendezvous Lodge promises a tranquil and relaxed respite from the general hustle and bustle of city life. Though it boasts such a tranquil atmosphere, city-slickers can rest easy in the knowledge that they’ll still be within close range of all of Durban’s major tourist attractions, like the International Convention Centre, Ushaka Marine World, Suncoast Casino and the Greyville Race Course – the home of the Durban July – as well as some of Durban’s major shopping centres.
Even if getting out and about doesn’t sound appealing, holidaymakers can kick back in their luxurious rooms and just enjoy being surrounded by a different brand of home sweet home for a while. With a fully-serviced en-suite room stocked with all of life’s little luxuries, like DSTV, air-conditioning and internet access on request, guests won’t be wanting for anything. When you’re not relaxing on your solid oak furniture, meander down to the lounge area or soak up some rays on the outdoor sundeck. No matter how you occupy your days, your nights will be spent in plush comfort, and your mornings are well-catered too with a scrumptious breakfast. Whether you’re there for one night or two, you couldn’t pick a better venue for your escape from city life.
I must really say staying at the African Rendezvous Lodge was a pleasure. Everything was on top, great hospitality, beautiful rooms and so on. I enjoyed myself, would have loved to stay there longer but unfortunately I couldn't. I would like to thank Vani and her husband for all their kindness – Itumeleng, December 2010