About Point Waterfront Durban
Point Waterfront Durban, as the name suggests, is situated in the vibrant seaside city of Durban.
Consisting of three-bedroom, two-bedroom and one-bedroom options in the prestigious Quayside and Point Bay apartment buildings. Featuring fully equipped kitchens, open plan living areas with DStv, and private balconies with patio furniture and spectacular views.
These upmarket apartments also offer guests full air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi Internet access, laundry services, braai facilities, and communal amenities such as a swimming pool, and secure parking on the premises. The apartments are serviced daily and all linen and towels are provided.
Guests can enjoy an abundance of great attractions in and around the area, including the stunning Durban beaches, the uShaka Marine World and the Bayhead Natural Heritage Site.
Book between 2018-08-07 and 2018-09-07 and get 10% off standard rates!
No smoking in unit, only on balcony. No pets allowed.
Point Waterfront Durban Rooms
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Things to do in and around Point
(0.3 km from Point)
Durban’s popular club for ocean lovers couldn’t be better situated - right on Durban’s Beachfront at Vetch's Pier, between Ushaka Marine World and the northern harbour breakwater.The Durban Undersea Club (DUC) is a family orientated, social...
(0.6 km from Point)
uShaka Beach, located in close proximity to uShaka Marine World, is a great beach to go for if you're keen for a surf, or if you're simply into some beach relaxation. Parking is secure, cheap, and if you're a beginner surfer this is a splendid...
(0.6 km from Point)
Come nose to snout with a toothy predator in one of the five largest aquariums in the world. uShaka Sea World incorporates a unique shipwreck-themed aquarium, a 1,200-seater dolphin stadium, a seal pool and a penguin rookery as well as interactive...
(0.9 km from Point)
If you wanted to learn to surf back in the day, you’d have to find a board and figure it out for yourself. If you were very lucky, a buddy or a longsuffering boyfriend would give you a few tips before disappearing quickly behind the backline. Then...