By Oluthando Keteyi - 26 June 2019Views : 1399
Rich Durban this week has been listed as one of the finest clubs on the globe by the curated globally network The World’s Finest Clubs.
Rich Durban is the first champagne and cigar lounge to hit the local Durban scene and arrived mid last year. With its remarkable modern design, state-of-the-art sound system and overwhelming attention to detail, the venue has proved to be an atmosphere amplified with some of the best national and international artists bringing the beat.
The World's Finest Clubs (WFC), the first and only curated network of the most exciting and exclusive nightlife venues around the world, carefully select venues and award them with the prestigious “World’s Finest Clubs Award,” annually.
These venues are each awarded in recognition of providing a world-class entertainment experience for its patrons. This award is only granted to venues which meet WFC’s high-quality standards and is the most recognisable seal of quality in the global nightlife industry, and Rich Durban was right there on the list of the world’s finest.
Rich Durban falls under The Taboo Group who are synonymous with 5-star lifestyle and clubbing culture across South Africa and is owned by nightlife moguls Chris Coutroulis and Kgolo ‘Daguru’ Mthembu who are the masterminds behind the club.
“I’m truly humbled that we have been recognised internationally. We believe Durban nightlife has a potential to be like our counterparts in Miami and Ibiza where people travel just to party in a club. Durban is an international party destination and this acknowledgement solidifies what we already know, ” said co-owner Kgolo Mthembu.
Situated in the heart of the city (47 Intersite Ave, Umgeni Business Park), this Durban venue offers thee ultimate experience in fine lounging and sophistication, Rich Club is the perfect setting for corporate functions, private events or for just one of the best parties in Durban.
The world-class venue has hosted local and international stars like French Montana, Migos, Neyo and even SA’s biggest export Black Coffee.