The Skye

The Developer

Recognised for their success in developing and managing world-renowned hotels and commercial properties, the Saantha Naidu Group (SNG) is set to transform the skyline of the Ridgeside precinct, in uMhlanga with their latest addition to their residential portfolio, The Skye.

The SNG and Coastlands Hotels and Resorts had it’s roots in the early 90’s when a group of entrepreneurs including investor, and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Saantha Naidu acquired a portfolio of commercial and industrial properties. Coastlands Hotels and Resorts was born in 1993 when a block of holiday apartments on Durban’s Golden Mile, known as Coastlands Holiday Apartments and Convention Centre was added to this existing portfolio.

This was the catalyst for the Coastlands brand in the hospitality sector catering to a luxury market, whereafter they developed and acquired the following four star hotels to complement the existing portfolio in Coastlands Hotels and Resorts.

In 2009 - The Coastlands Musgrave Hotel | In 2010 - The Coastlands uMhlanga Hotel | In 2015 – The Royal Hotel (Durban) - Iconic, inner city landmark.

The Group has also acquired, within their portfolio of prime coastal apartments, located in Umdloti, as well as within the exclusive Zimbali Coastal Resort, offering a high-end accommodation option to the discerning corporate and leisure traveller.

Coastlands Durban Apartments 2009 - Coastlands Hotel (Musgrave) 4 star 2010 - Coastlands Hotel (uMhlanga) 4 star 2015 –
The Royal Hotel (Durban) Iconic city landmark .

Albaraka Bank Kingsmead Durban Albaraka Bank
Kingsmead Durban
Albaraka Bank Kingsmead Durban Albaraka Bank
Kingsmead Durban
Coastlands Durban Apartments Coastlands Durban
Coastlands Hotel Musgrave Coastlands Hotel Musgrave
Coastlands Hotel Umhlanga Coastlands Hotel Umhlanga
Royal Hotel Durban Iconic Landmark Royal Hotel Durban
Iconic Landmark
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