Our 15 venues can be transformed to be event-suitable from white weddings to black-tie and all manner of business events.
Relaxed breakaway rooms, elegant dining venues, classy cocktail affairs or large-scale meetings and seminar spaces all under one-roof.
The largest space at our Durban venue, the Great Ilanga is over 400 m2 and is suited to banquets, large seminars and events with a seating capacity of 500 people cinema style.
Suites 1-5 can be used as one large venue ideal for exhibitions or sub-divided into five smaller rooms offering breakaway rooms or training classrooms for up to 60 people each.
Sky venue has space for 150 in cocktail configuration.
KwaZulu-Natal Province, also known as the garden province of South Africa, is a subtropical region of beautiful valleys and lush vegetation on the warm Indian Ocean. It is one of the country’s most popular holiday destinations, and the province extends from Port Edward in the south to the borders of Swaziland and Mozambique to the north.
The western part of the province is marked by the majestic Drakensberg mountain range, with several of the peaks higher than 3 000 metres. The range has been awarded World Heritage status for its natural beauty and the wealth of San/Bushman rock art found in its caves—the richest concentration on the African continent.
Although KwaZulu-Natal is the country’s third smallest province, taking up 7,7 % of South Africa’s land area, it has the largest population at an estimated 9,9 million people. It is approximately the size of Portugal, covering a total area of 94 361 square kilometres.
Despite considerable development in the province, large rural areas are still found where the people are very poor and still dependent on subsistence farming for their livelihood. It is the largest city of the KwaZulu-Natal Province, and one of the country's main seaside resort cities with excellent beaches and a distinctive tropical climate. The city is well equipped for the needs of tourists and has for years been the prime holiday venue for locals.
KwaZulu-Natal is situated in a summer rainfall area where the climate ranges from extremely hot along the coast in summer, to heavy snow on the mountains in winter.
If you would like to check the weather, please visit Accu Weather at https://www.accuweather.com/en/za/durban/305605/current-weather/305605
Time difference: GMT + 2 hours.
SAFETY REGULATION FOR DURBAN
We value the support of our PHASA members at our conference. Below, just some safety measures to be considered for all guests attending our conference.
IN THE CASE OF AN UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT
AT THE AIRPORT
It is recommended that you:
AT THE HOTEL, GUESTHOUSE, OTHER ACCOMMODATION
ON THE STREET
It is recommended that you:
SAPS DURBAN CENTRAL
282 Stalwart Simelane, Marine Parade, Durban, 4000
Phone: 031-3254225, 031-3254690
LATITUDE: -29.84229 LONGITUDE: 31.02748
Information Courtesy of www.saps.gov.za
USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS
South African Police Service Emergency Number : 10111
Crime Stop (report criminal activity anonymously) : 08600 10111
Mobile phone emergency number : 112
South African Tourism helpline : 083 123 6789
ER24 : 084 124
Arrive Alive Call Centre : 0861 400 800
Netcare 911 : 082 911