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Fairmont Zimbali Resort

Fairmont Zimbali Resort


Looking to get away from every day life? Do you like the idea of staying in one place to relax and recharge? Then the Fairmont Zimbali Resort is the place for you. Its impressive sea views from the reception area as well as the large openness and modern feel as you arrive leaves one saying “wow”.

The resort itself is quite big and my impression of the theme would be a good mix of Bali style with modern touches! The rooms are all decorated with dark wood furniture, and shades of green and beige, open plan bathrooms to the bedrooms with sliding glass doors for those who want a little more privacy.

Several pools on offer, as well as many restaurants, bike trails, spa, golf nearby and best of all miles and miles of PRIVATE beach,  although a non swimming beach, lovely for walks and collecting sea shells.

For the younger generation, a lovely pool area with a mini water slide and a jungle gym and let’s not forget the kids centre!

A good destination to relax and recharge the soul!

Contact the Southern Africa Travel team for further information on Fairmont Zimbali Resort and other luxury accommodation choices in Durban.  Let us plan a luxury vacation, tailored to your needs!


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