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Blue Marlin Hotel

KZN South Coast
Grade 3
Beach Birding Golfing Romance Family Unwind Fishing
Beach Birding Golfing Romance Family Unwind Fishing
180 Scott Street, Scottburgh, Upper South Coast, Kwazulu Natal, 4180
Telephone: 0399783361
Fax: 0399760971
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With a history spanning 60 years, holidaymakers have been making cherished memories at The Blue Marlin for decades. Location is everything at The Blue Marlin Hotel. It doesn't get much better than having the ocean on your doorstep. Survey the spectacular surf as you sit perfectly positioned at the peak of the charming seaside town of Scottburgh, just 45 minutes from Durban, along the picturesque KwaZulu Natal South Coast. With 112 rooms and exquisite sea views, The Blue Marlin offers modern 3 star standard accommodation and a range of facilities to suit your needs. Each space is modern, comfortable and varied in amenities according to your needs, from the outside pool overlooking the surf below to tasty treats served at our Lighthouse Restaurant. This favourite South Coast family holiday resort has also undergone a complete refurbishment, now offering affordable modern accommodation with the same heart and soul of yesteryear. In 14:00 / Out 10:00

FACILITIES
 
AMENITIES
 
ATTRACTIONS
 
Beach - Direct Access
Restaurant
Bar
Wifi - free hotspots
Swimming Pool
DSTV - Resort Lounge
Parking - at a Fee
Games Room: Kids
Games Room
Playground
Trampoline
Babysitting
Day Spa
Putt-Putt
Business Services Centre
Elevator
Pool Table
Table Tennis
Basketball
Volleyball
Badmington
Conference Room
 
Non Smoking Unit
Telephone
Linen
Non Self Catering
 
African Watersports
Aliwal Dive Centre
Amanzimtoti Bird Sanctuary
Blue Ocean Dive Resort
Crocworld
Fillet Charters Deep Sea Fishing South Coast
Funland Entertainment Centre
Galleria Mall
Giba Gorge Mountain Biking Park
Illovo Beach
Illovo Nursery and Tea Garden
Paradise Valley Nature Reserve
Rocky Bay Ocean Safaris
Scottburgh Golf Club
Shark Cage Diving
Splash Water World
Vernon Crookes Nature Reserve
Wilsons Wharf