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The Royal Hotel

The Royal Hotel | Durban | South Africa.

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Guests will not be able to check into the hotel without presenting the same credit card that was used to make the reservation. How can we help you? Best price Best price guaranteed. No surprises Availability confirmation and instant booking. Discounts When making your reservation you'll receive discounts and free services. Can we help you? Airport drop-off additional charge , Airport pickup additional charge.

SnorkelingOff-site additional charge , DivingOff-site additional charge , CyclingOff-site, CanoeingOff-site additional charge , WindsurfingOff-site additional charge , FishingOff-site, Golf course within 2 miles additional charge. WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge. Private parking is available on site reservation is not needed and costs ZAR 75 per day. Located on the east coast of South Africa, Durban is famous for being the busiest port in the country.

It is also seen as one of the major centres of tourism because of the city's warm subtropical climate and extensive beaches. Durban forms part of the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality , which includes neighboring towns and has a population of about 3. It is also the second most important manufacturing hub in South Africa after Johannesburg. Archaeological evidence from the Drakensberg mountains suggests that the Durban area has been inhabited by communities of hunter-gatherers since , BC.

These people lived throughout the area of present-day KwaZulu-Natal until the expansion of Bantu farmers and pastoralists from the north saw their gradual displacement, incorporation or extermination. Little is known of the history of the first residents, as there is no written history of the area until it was sighted by Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama , who sailed parallel to the KwaZulu-Natal coast at Christmastide in while searching for a route from Europe to India.

He named the area "Natal", or Christmas in Portuguese. On a return trip to the Cape in they were caught in a very bad storm and decided to risk the Bar and anchor in the Bay of Natal. The crossing went off well and they found safe anchor from the storm. King decided to map the Bay and named the "Salisbury and Farewell Islands". Farewell together with a trading company called J.

Henry Francis Fynn, another trader at Delagoa Bay was also involved in this venture. Between them they had 26 possible settlers, but only 18 stayed. On a visit to King Shaka, Henry Francis Fynn was able to befriend the King by helping him recover from a stab wound suffered as a result of an assassination attempt by one of his half-brothers. Farewell took possession of this grant and raised the Union Jack with a Royal Salute, which consisted of 4 cannon shots and twenty musket shots.

Of the original 18 would be settlers, only 6 remained, and they can be regarded as the founding members of Port Natal as a British colony. These 6 were joined by Lt. James Saunders King and Nathaniel Isaacs in The modern city of Durban thus dates from when the settlement was established on the northern shores of the bay near today's Farewell Square. During a meeting of 35 European residents in Fynn's territory on 23 June , it was decided to build a capital town and name it "D'Urban" after Sir Benjamin D'Urban , then governor of the Cape Colony.

The Voortrekkers established the Republic of Natalia in , with its capital at Pietermaritzburg. Tension between the Voortrekkers and the Zulus prompted the governor of the Cape Colony to dispatch a force under Captain Charlton Smith to establish British rule in Natal, for fear of losing British control in Port Natal. The force arrived on 4 May and built a fortification that was later to be The Old Fort.

The attack failed, and the British had to withdraw to their camp which was put under siege. The reinforcements arrived in Durban 20 days later; the Voortrekkers retreated, and the siege was lifted. Fierce conflict with the Zulu population led to the evacuation of Durban, and eventually the Afrikaners accepted British annexation in under military pressure. When the Borough of Durban was proclaimed in , the council had to procure a seal for official documents.

The seal was produced in and was replaced in Nevertheless, the coat of arms appeared on the council's stationery from about The following year, a helmet and mantling was added to the council's stationery and to the new city seal that was made in The motto reads "Debile principium melior fortuna sequitur"—"Better fortune follows a humble beginning". The coat of arms fell into disuse with the re-organisation of the South African local government structure in The seal ceased to be used in With the end of apartheid , Durban was subject to restructuring of local government.

The eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality was formed in after South Africa's first multiracial elections, with its first mayor being Sipho Ngwenya.

The mayor is elected for a five-year term; however Sipho Ngwenya only served two years. In , the city became part of the Durban UniCity in July as part of transitional arrangements and to eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality in , with the adoption of South Africa's new municipal governance system.

In July , Obed Mlaba was appointed mayor of Durban UniCity; in he was elected to mayor of the eThekwini municipality and re-elected in Following the May local elections, James Nxumalo, the former Speaker of the Council, was elected as the new mayor.

On 23 August Zandile Gumede was elected as the new mayor [15]. The name of the Durban municipal government, prior to the post-apartheid reorganisations of municipalities, was the Durban Corporation or City of Durban. The city lies at the mouth of the Umgeni River , which demarcates parts of Durban's north city limit, while other sections of the river flow through the city itself. Durban has a natural harbour, Durban Harbour , which is the busiest port in South Africa and is the 4th-busiest in the Southern hemisphere.

Durban has a humid subtropical climate Köppen climate classification Cfa , with hot and humid summers and pleasantly warm and dry winters, which are snow and frost-free. Durban has an annual rainfall of 1, millimetres Durban is ethnically diverse, with a cultural richness of mixed beliefs and traditions.

Zulus form the largest single ethnic group. It has a large number of people of British descent and has the most Indians of any city outside India. The influence of Indians in Durban has been significant, bringing with them a variety of cuisine, culture and religion. In the years following the end of Apartheid there was a population boom as Africans were allowed to move into the city. The population grew by 2. This led to shanty towns forming around the city which were often demolished.

Between and the population growth slowed down to 1. The population of the city of Durban and central suburbs such as Durban North, Durban South and the Berea increased Black Africans increased from Indian or Asians decreased from Whites decreased from Coloureds decreased from A new racial group, Other, was included in the census at 0.

It has the highest number of dollar millionaires added per year of any South African city with the number rising per cent between and Durban has a number of informal and semi-formal street vendors.

The Warwick Junction Precinct is home to a number of street markets, with vendors selling goods from traditional medicine, to clothing and spices. The city's treatment of shack dwellers has been strongly criticised by a report from the United Nations linked Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions [26] and there has also been strong criticism of the city's treatment of street traders, [27] [28] street children [29] and sex workers.

It is one of the most common strains sold by car guards and street dealers throughout eThekweni. There are a number of prominent civil society organisations based in Durban. Two major English-language daily newspapers are published in Durban, both part of the Independent Newspapers, the national group owned by Irish media magnate Tony O'Reilly. These are the morning editions of The Mercury and the afternoon Daily News.

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