About Botany Bay Lodge
Botany Bay Lodge offers friendly, relaxed accommodation with an afro-colonial setting, situated right next to the famous Botanical Gardens in Durban's lush suburb Berea, not far from shopping centres, cinemas, good restaurants and takeaways.
Our lodge has en-suite bedrooms with fans and air-conditioners for those balmy Durban evenings, and TVs. We also offer safe off-street parking, a pool bar, a laundry and maid service and a fully fitted communal kitchen and braai area for your self-catering requirements.
We now have free Wi-Fi and there are telephone and fax facilities on request. Plus an Internet café nearby, a reading lounge, a sound system and lots of information available for tours, safaris, activities, car hire and more. See you soon.
Beach: About 3klm to beaches, casino, Ushaka marine world.
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