Kelvin Lodge comprises self-catering chalets and double rooms and is managed by a wonderful family of staff who take great pride in ensuring guests will have a memorable experience. The Kelvin team are passionate about service and truly committed to going the exta mile. Each member of this team is dedicated to giving every guest an extra-ordinary stay.
What sets this lodge apart is a warm and friendly atmosphere, a tour and shuttle service, a venue for business meetings and family events and 2015 will see the introduction of a spa.
When staying at Kelvin Lodge you will experience something unique and inspiring. Situated at the heart of Durban North, the lodge is superbly placed for easy access to all North Coast suburbs, the King Shaka International airport, family or exclusive restaurants, theatres, cinemas, casinos, the Gateway Theatre of shopping and sports venues. The lodge has its own dedicated in house security, a swimming pool, Wi-Fi, undercover relaxation areas and secure parking. Our suites have mini fridges and our self-catering cottages have fully equipped mini kitchens for your convenience. Complimentary tea, coffee and toiletries are standard in the rooms.
Kelvin Lodge has wifi throughout the lodge, entertainment areas, braai facilities, swimming pool and is ready and waiting to host your ideal family event. The Kelvin team personally supervises all events and we will be on hand ensuring every detail is attended to and your expectations exceeded.
No1. CSpa Hydra-Boosting Facial:
An immersion into the soft caress of essential oils of Sandalwood and Neroli to deeply hydrate your skin, leaving it supple and dewy fresh.
Cost of treatment: R270
No2. CSpa Anti-Aging Facial:
Is pure pleasure for timeless beauty. Nature shares secrets of eternal youth in this blend of Frankincense and Myrrh and active ingredients, resulting in targeted and efficient action against the signs of ageing, restoring your youthful glow.
Cost of treatment: R320
No3. CSpa Rebalancing Facial for Oily Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¢?? Combination skin:
The light texture of this intensive rebalancing facial treatment, using the healing properties of Ginger, Basil and Geranium essential oils, encourages the skin to Ã???Ã??Ã?Â¢??breatheÃ???Ã??Ã?Â¢?? naturally. The result is a smoother, fresher, and rebalanced skin.
Cost of treatment: R260
Durban North is well located for easy access from all major freeways and the King Shaka International airport. We are a mere 5 minutes or less from the beaches, Durban city Centre, International Convention Centre Durban (ICC), Durban Exhibition Centre, Sun coast Casino, Durban Golf Courses, the Moses Mabhida and Kingspark Stadia and Umhlanga.
Looking for a small, intimate venue away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Boardroom has a 12 Seater Board room table leading onto a lovely outside pool and entertainment area.
In Room Facilities:
Crisp linen (Percale), Air-conditioning/Fan, Television with DStv, Mini fridge, Coffee / tea making facilities / hospitality tray, A comfortable business desk, Hairdryer, Iron & Ironing board, Serviced daily, Secure in house parking (Private Security Guard), Bed and breakfast or Self-Catering
Just 10 minutes north of the city of Durban, on the northern side of the Umgeni River Mouth, is the upmarket area of Durban North and Umhlanga. Most of this beautiful part of the world was once a coastal dune forest system and there are still parts of it preserved in the Mangrove Swamps, and the Umgeni Bird Park bears testimony to the number of birds attracted to the area.
Umhlanga has recently been through a boom. Much of Durban's big business has moved out to more modern business complexes and what was once Umhlanga Rocks village, with a sprinkling of cottages, hotels and guest houses, is today a thriving suburb and the playground of young and old who come here for the pristine beaches, hotels and sophisticated shopping malls.
Umhlanga's main beach is one of 24 beaches in South Africa with Blue Flag status, seven of which are in and around Durban. Heading down to the boardwalk, that passes the Umhlanga Lighthouse, a landmark of the area, is a daily affair for locals who walk their dogs or exercise along the beachfront in this way, although recent heavy seas wreaked havoc with part of it.
The Umhlanga Lagoon Nature Reserve, with surviving Stone Age sea shell midden at its lagoon mouth, provides a number of stunning trails and coastal forest boardwalks and the unique Hawaan forest and its neighbouring coastal wetlands, grasslands and dune forest is a beautiful place to visit and the backdrop to a groundbreaking environmental judgement that has limited rights to build houses here.