About Four Ninety Musgrave
Welcome to Four Ninety Musgrave, an elegant mansion situated on the prestigious Musgrave Road in the heart of Durban’s Berea.
Catering mainly for businesspersons and travelling couples, we are conveniently located for the business areas of the CBD, including the International Conference Centre, Durban North and Berea. Although our rooms are spacious, we do not have family rooms and we do not normally cater for children less than 12 years of age.
For the holidaymaker the many attractions of Durban, including the beaches, the Botanic Gardens, Kings Mead and ABSA Kings Park Stadium, are a few minutes away. There are world-class golf courses nearby, including an excellent municipal course.
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