Fairmont Zimbali Hotel & Resort on schedule for 2009

Along the magnificent Dolphin Coast of South Africa’s Kwa Zulu Natal province, lies the undisputed “jewel in the crown” of the east coast of Africa – Zimbali Coastal Resort. Zimbali is a breathtaking 700-hectare coastal resort situated on a pristine stretch of beach and features architecture inspired by the magnificent environment and which incorporates an Indonesian influence. Known for its lush vegetation and abundant indigenous wildlife, it is a spectacularly beautiful destination and a fine example of an environmentally sensitive South African residential resort.

In keeping with the heritage and reputation of the Fairmont name, the Fairmont Zimbali  is offering  an exclusive selection of luxury properties for discerning investors. This exclusive property portfolio includes:

• 6 Signature Beachfront Villas,
• 56 executive designer Apartments,
• 6 hillside Villas,
• 21 Golf Suites,
• 30 Hotel Condos,
• 25 Garden Suites and
• 99 hotel rooms comprising Kings, Queens, Suites and Royal Suites.

Comments (3)

  1. Kendal H says:

    I’ve always wondered why Fairmont is so heavy in Afirca, yet barely has anything in Europe! Anyone have any thoughts / insights on this?

  2. Kay says:

    No idea, Kendal. I must confess that I’d never heard of Fairmont until I started reading this blog and the comments.

  3. irene says:

    Have never heard of the Dolphin Coast or Zimbali Coastal Resort before but boy does it sounds great – you always tend to think of Cape Town, the wine routes and safaris for south africa – so this sounds like a great place

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