If you're looking for a hot and happening place to have some fun in Durban, Suncoast Casino is definitely it. The casino and entertainment complex is located in North Beach, Durban, along the famous Golden Mile. The range of indoor and outdoor entertainment options will keep you occupied for hours and the view over the beach and Indian Ocean will have you mesmerised should you go for the outdoor options.
Suncoast is a Sun International casino complex and offers everything you'd normally expect from this casino chain. There is a combination of gaming, restaurants and live entertainment on any given day and it is also a popular venue for expos and conferences.
Some of Suncoast's highlights include the gaming - a variety of slots and tables, offering the usual blackjack, roulette and poker -, the SUNdeck, which is an al-fresco dining and cocktail venue with a spectacular view of the sea, and the SUNzone, a live entertainment venue which has hosted comediennes, cabarets and more.
Restaurants within the 26 hectare complex range from sit-down affairs such as the Cape Town Fish Market, coffee shops and light meal places like Mugg & Bean to take-away outlets like Nando's and Wimpy. You can also revel in the nightlife at Suncoast, where Café Vacca Matta takes the cake for its excellent setting with an outdoor deck over-looking, you guessed it, the Indian Ocean.
Suncoast also boasts a cinema and shopping complex where you can indulge in retail therapy to your heart's content. Finally, when the weather is good ( which it usually is in Durban), you can walk along the boardwalk at sunset, northwards towards the Moses Mabhida Stadium or southwards towards uShaka Marine World.
The Suncoast Casino has been designed as an experience, and not only is the natural setting gorgeous, but the Art Deco styled architecture, inspired by South Beach, Miami, will have you feeling like you're in a whole different era. These elements come together nicely to give you a great experience, which is also convenient.
Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling distance.