The Sibaya Hotel, Casino & Entertainment Kingdom is situated on Durban's lush North Coast just outside of Umhlanga. Only a short distance from the Durban CBD, one can reach this Entertainment resort by taking the N2 Highway Northbound and turning at the Sibaya interchange just after Mount Edgecombe.
The spectacular copper domes of the Sibaya Lodge Hotel shimmer in the African sun amongst lush green hills overlooking the ocean of the eastern seaboard. Guests to the Sibaya Hotel, Casino & Entertainment Kingdom will appreciate the unique Afro-chic architecture and idyllic setting of this hotel as well as the awe-inspiring fantasy world of the resort's casino with its varied entertainment facilities. Dining at the unique 'Aqua' restaurant, guests sample the freshest catches of the day in the soothing atmosphere of the tubular aquarium.
At the 'A2A' restaurant a variety of cuisine from all over the world is on offer including salads, grills, casseroles, Tandoori dishes, curries, a carvery and desserts.
At the 'Royal Court' restaurant an a la carte menu is available for private dining or exclusive parties in a Casino atmosphere. State-of-the-art smart card operated slots operate 24 hours a day and 37 Roulette, BlackJack and Poker tables will entertain the keen gambler at the Sibaya Lodge.
Visitors to the Sibaya Hotel, Casino & Entertainment Kingdom can experience spicy potjies and sumptuous barbeques in an authentic Boma, which can accommodate up to 280 people. An unforgettable evening under the stars is assured with a central log fire, wooden tables and benches with the accompaniment of African dancers, drumming and reggae music.
The Africa inspired thatched Izulu Theatre and the Krakatoa Action Bar is an open-sided venue ideal for major theatre productions, events and product launches.
A unique, once in a lifetime experience at Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom is The Mangwanani Sibaya. This venue incorporates traditional Zulu architecture in a typical village layout with all the convenience of modern technology and high standard finishes. Situated away from the main complex, The Mangwanani Sibaya boasts breathtaking sea views as visitors follow the path along a stream and across a wooden bridge leading to the Gates of the Village. Guests are escorted to the Great Hut accompanied by Zulu song and dance.