It matters to us that your stay at Goble Palms will be a pleasure for you, and we trust that the hospitality extended to you will ensure your return. Guests are invited to relax with a complimentary glass of sherry in any of our several guest lounges, where you will find a collection of brochures, maps and general tourist information, as well as the daily newspapers. Our cosy, English-style Pub is there for your enjoyment, as well as our other amenities. Our guests enjoy refined hospitality with personal service that is attentive and unobtrusive.
A sumptuous breakfast is served in the elegant dining room or on the Colonial patio overlooking the pool, with sweeping views of Durban and the sea.
* Airport Shuttle Service
* Tourism Information Desk.
* Laundry Service.
* Secure off-street parking.
* Parking available.
* Safe available.
Morningside, a large gentrified suburb of Durban that spreads from the lower end of the ridge overlooking Durban to just above the Greyville Racecourse in lower Morningside, may have suffered somewhat in recent years from a Cinderella complex, with the rush by young executives and investors to the northern suburbs of La Lucia and Umhlanga, but there has undoubtedly been a rejuvenation of interest in the suburb.
Morningside offers some classic examples of large Edwardian and Victorian style homes with tin roofs and wide verandas, including the State President’s residence when at home, large sprawling parks like those of Mitchell Park and Jameson Park, and trendy streets on which a distinctly cosmopolitan atmosphere has attracted a vibey nightlife to its restaurants, pubs and bistros, particularly around Florida Road.
Morningside, which borders Berea on one side, and the Umgeni River on the other, ranks as one of Durban’s three most popular suburbs - the other two being Berea and Bulwer, for the very reason that one can get such good value for money here. The established tree-lined streets and accessibility to the centre of Durban and all of her attractions make it even more appealing, so much so that the area has been likened to De Waterkant and Green Point in Cape Town.
The Durban July, a national horse racing event that is held at Greyville Racecourse, in particular acts as a draw card to the area and the Moses Mabhida stadium means that suburbs in and around the King’s Park area, like lower Morningside, are becoming ideal places to stay.
In Room Facilities:
* TV including M-Net/DSTV.
* Wireless Internet.
* Tea & Coffee making facilities.
* Hotel Stationery.
* Soft, fluffy bathrobes.
* A range of up to date glossy magazines.
* King Shaka International Airport.
* Central Business District.
* International Convention Center.
* Major sports venues. (Cricket / Golf / Horse Racing).
* Suncoast Casino and Beach.
* Florida Road.
* uShaka Marine World.