All Comments for Gecko Inn

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Hidden Gem
Nadia du Preez, South Africa - 29 September 2014
When I recently visited the inn My expectations of the place was exceeded! This is a beautiful place, but still needs a few improvements. Upon our arrival the staff were lounging about in the dining room/entrance, the receptionist was not very friendly with his greeting. The bedroom was stunning but there was no bath mat available, the coffee station seemed to be used and there was only one coffee cup available for my partner and I and the aircon leaked straight onto my head whilst I was sleeping (not pleasant at all!!). The food was also good but took an hour to arrive (only order a burger and a toasted sandwich and another couple had also waited more than an hour). The next morning I was very disappointed when housekeeping staff started talking really loud in the passage therefore waking me up too early for my liking. All this said I still believe this place has a fantastic potential if the few mentioned things were improved.
Gecko Inn
Hlengiwe Sabela , South Africa - 03 January 2012
We had a lovely stay at Gecko Inn, it's a very nice place for the whole family.

Gecko Inn
Gecko Inn is located in the city of Umhlatuze, Richards Bay, in the heart of KwaZulu-Natal. The true gateway to the most prestigious game parks, game lodges and sanctuaries in Zululand. We offer you luxury accommodation in a secure, warm environment. We strive to provide you with the best possible service whether you are staying for one night or longer, rest assured that Gecko Inn will provide for your every need.Richards Bay has excellent recreational facilities and visitors can enjoy art galleries, fishing, beach combing, bird watching, surfing, swimming, canoeing as well as some wonderful drives in and around Richards Bay. We are located less than 1 kilometers from the biggest Private Netcare Hospital in Zululand and the New Cancer Treatment Facility.Enjoy the best of both worlds - the Indian Ocean with its beautiful beaches and the bushland where the Big 5 roam.