Radisson Blu Hotel Durban Umhlanga receives 2 awards from Durban Tourism as it celebrates first-year milestone

If you get bored at the hotel, you can play: aviator game. The Durban Tourism Board has awarded the Radisson Blu Hotel Durban Umhlanga with two prestigious accolades: the Visitor Experience & Restaurants Award and the Meetings, Exhibitions and Special Events (MESE) Award. The hotel has been recognized for its commitment to excellence and dedication to providing exceptional guest experiences after celebrating its first anniversary.

The Visitor Experience & Restaurants Award acknowledges the hotel’s unwavering commitment to ensuring guests have an exceptional stay, where every moment is filled with comfort, luxury, and warm South African hospitality. The MESE Award recognizes the hotel’s ability to successfully host and facilitate a wide range of meetings, exhibitions, and special events.

The hotel’s lobby, characterized by its modern and stylish design, is the first point of contact for guests. They are greeted by a team of passionate professionals who strive to exceed expectations. The renowned FireLake Grill House & Cocktail Bar restaurant offers a diverse range of culinary delights, creating a memorable dining experience for visitors.

“These awards serve as a testament to our team’s dedication, hard work, and unwavering commitment to providing exceptional service to our guests. Our first-year milestone is already a remarkable achievement, and these awards further solidify our position as a leader in Durban and South Africa’s hospitality industry,” stated Mpofu, a representative of the hotel.

The hotel’s management looks forward to continuing their journey of excellence, pushing boundaries, and setting new benchmarks within the industry. They believe that tourism plays a crucial role in driving growth, attracting investments, creating job opportunities, and showcasing Durban’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. By prioritizing the development of the tourism sector, they aim to enhance the quality of life for local communities and position Durban as a globally recognized destination.