The Blue Marlin Hotel, located in Scottburgh on KwaZulu-Natal’s popular South Coast, is now the popular holiday region’s first fully all-inclusive resort.
“We are incredibly excited to be the first resort to bring all-inclusive convenience to the area,” says Goodman Ncobeni, General Manager of the Blue Marlin Hotel.
“Scottburgh holds a warm spot in many a South African’s heart. Situated just 40 minutes south of Durban and with the beach right on our doorstep, the Blue Marlin Hotel is an icon in these parts, with an incredible history spanning 70 years.
We have listened to our loyal guests’ feedback over the years and wanted to make their holidays here even more care-free. By becoming an all-inclusive resort, we can provide our guests with a truly hassle-free, and affordable holiday experience for families, couples, singles and groups.”
The Blue Marlin’s all-inclusive rates are priced from just R2700 per room per night and are fully inclusive of accommodation, meals, and beverages.
“We’re always looking to offer our holidaymakers maximum convenience, comfort, and peace of mind. After all, the primary benefit of an all-inclusive holiday is that travellers will know exactly what they need to budget for ahead of their getaway, so that when they’re here they can really relax and enjoy the experience without any worries.”
The Blue Marlin Hotel’s all-inclusive offering includes a daily breakfast, lunch and dinner. Beverages are also included, with a choice between a diverse selection of soft drinks, local wines, beers, and spirits.
The hotel’s location and easy access to the area’s most famous attractions make it a sought-after base for a holiday in Scottburgh.
“Guests rave about the exquisite sea views and particularly enjoy soaking up the sun and atmosphere at our Big Blu pool bar which overlooks the bay. Another favourite is a diving expedition to the world-famous Aliwal Shoal, a short boat ride away and easily organised by our in-house dive centre.”
The Crystal Scuba Academy, based at the hotel, offers all PADI diving courses levels and the T.C. Robertson Reserve is just a 5-minute walk away. “Generations of families have enjoyed beach holidays at the Blue Marlin. By transforming into the first all-inclusive resort on the South Coast, we hope to inspire another generation of holidaymakers to discover what the area has to offer with the utmost ease and value,” concludes Ncobeni.