Wild Coast Sun
- Head southwest, 270m.
- Turn left toward Airport Rd, 550m.
- Turn left at Airport Rd, 220m.
- Slight right toward N2, 200m.
- Turn right to merge onto N2.
- Partial toll road, 105km.
- Continue onto R61 (signs for Margate/Port Edward).
- Partial toll road, 46km.
- Turn left, 450m.
- Turn right, 450m.
- Take the 1st right, 350m.
One of South Africa’s oldest gambling complexes is the Wild Coast Sun, part of the quality Sun International gambling group.
The Wild Coast Sun is situated around one and a half hours out of Durban and passes through some of the most stunning coastline scenery. The casino itself hugs the Indian Ocean and nestles in untouched bush land that sprawls across a good 750 hectares. This is certainly gambling-thrills-meet-African-adventure at its best!
A trip to the Wild Coast Sun will provide visitors with some excellent gambling opportunities at the high standards set by the Sun International group. Access to the casino, which is conveniently situated in the resort, is available free of charge to hotel guests. The slots are playable 24 hours a day, while the gaming tables operate from 11 am until closing time each and every night.
The Wild Coast Sun runs 438 slot machines, all of which work with Smart Card for effortless – and coinless! – gaming. In this way, players can have their accounts credited and payouts made in minimum time and with minimum hassle. Table games at the Wild Coast Sun include blackjack and roulette, while poker games and progressive slot machines add an exciting touch to the casino.
High rollers seeking an exclusive gaming environment with higher wagering denominations should find what they are looking for in the Plantation Club, with its own bar and lounge area and a stunning view of the ocean.
The Pearl Room – located inside the Plantation Club – is a smoking alternative for high rollers and offers slot machines, blackjack and roulette. Players seeking a place to relax in between gambling session will be impressed with the Calypso Bar situated on the main casino floor. The exclusive MVG Platinum and Gold card lounge, which is divided into smoking and non smoking areas, is available for cardholders to relax and enjoy light snacks.
All in all, the Wild Coast Sun offers a compact but high quality gaming experience and it is easy to understand the attraction of this complex.
There are multiple dining options at the Wild Coast Sun, ranging from Chico’s Buffet that is open daily for breakfast and dinner, to the Squires Loft with its stunning aquatic décor and breathtaking sea views. The Commodore, which is considered the resort’s premier dining destination, serves delicious meals in the height of sophistication.
There are over 246 rooms available at the Wild Coast Sun, ranging from presidential suites to garden and sea facing options. Families and the handicapped are also catered for at this three star hotel.