We have four beautifully decorated suites - Water, Metal, Earth and Fire - each having its own character and style that will ensure that your stay is a pleasurable one. All the rooms have the finest quality linen and towels, on-suite bathrooms, flat screen TV with their own DSTV decoder, air-conditioning and tea/coffee facilities.
Red Tudor is mere minutes away from Durban's CBD, stunning beaches, shopping malls, the ICC, Suncoast Casino, Sibaya Casino, uShaka Marine World, Moses Mabhida Stadium and King Shaka International Airport. If you'd like to view some wildlife, Hluhluwe Game Reserve is just a short trip away, as are the stunning Drakensberg Mountains.
In Room Facilities:
All the rooms have the finest quality linen and towels, on-suite bathrooms, flat screen TV with their own DSTV decoder, air-conditioning and tea/coffee facilities.
Westville is the first western borough of "Greater Durban", between the suburb of Sherwood and the industrial areas of Pinetown. Although west of Durban, Westville was actually named after Sir Martin West, Lieutenant-Governor of Natal in the mid-19th Century. His farm was transformed into this upmarket residential area. Recently Westville has become a business centre with prestigious office parks springing up and attracting major companies and professional firms.
Keen shoppers are provided for with shopping centres like the stylish Pavilion which draws shoppers from all over the province and beyond. Then there is the new Westwood shopping mall situated on the edge of Westville, boasting a variety of new and exciting stores; not forgetting the two smaller centers Westville Mall and the Village Market. Westville is also somewhat of an academic centre, boasting its own University at the Westville Campus of University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Nature lovers are catered for with the Palmiet Nature Reserve. The reserve spans along the length of the valley, and has numerous trails which lead hikers to various interesting sites which include waterfalls, cliffs, a grassy mountain ridge and picnic sites. Palmiet Nature Reserve is also a bird watchers paradise with a multitude of various species to be spotted. Although on the edge of Westville, just Past the Pavillion, the umkhumbane market is also worth taking a look at. Operating on Sundays, the market often has a variety of musicians and dancers performing there, adding to its own vibe. Visitors are able to take a leisurely stroll while browsing at stalls selling traditional ethnic wear, funky clothing, rich and vibrant textiles, African ornaments, curios and carvings, jewellery, and ceramics.
Large Swimming Pool
Undercover Outdoor Lounge Area
The Bergtheil Museum
The Pavilion Shopping Centre - Westville
The Umbilo Shree Ambalavaanar Alayam Temple
Queensburgh Mineshaft Half Marathon
Fresh Paint Gallery
Pigeon Valley Park
Paradise Valley Nature Reserve
The Pinetown Museum
The Marianhill Monastery
The Elephant House - Durban
St. Thomas' Anglican church
Curries Fountain - Durban Botanic Gardens
Durban Botanic Garden
Carols By Candle Light Concert
The KwaZulu Natal Herbarium
Vodacom Durban July
Umgeni River Bird Park
Durban Muthi Market
The Fat Tuesday Gallery