The Marine Hermanus has 43 individually decorated bedrooms and suites - each with private facilities. Many have commanding views across Walker Bay or into the beautiful internal courtyards with a swimming pool and garden.
Eight magnificently and individually decorated suites all have varied views of the sea. The biggest of these suites features a large Georgian style bay window, and is on 2 levels, which includes a spacious seating area downstairs with picture windows overlooking Walker Bay. Two of these suites have balconies, whilst 5 occupy a split-level and 2 have a working fireplace.
Six of these luxurious suites have wonderful sea views, the other being a spacious side sea view suite. Each suite has been traditionally, yet stylishly and individually decorated and has a large lounge. Two of the suites are set on a split-level; one has a balcony and one a four poster bed.
Five of these rooms are sea facing whilst one opens onto a mountain facing balcony / patio which overlooks the pool and the other having a side sea view on the west wing. Three of the sea facing rooms has balconies and one is wheelchair friendly. All the rooms are magnificently and uniquely decorated in superb fabrics of floral and heavy silks.
These standard twin and double-bedded rooms offer the same exceptional style in decor as is found in the decor of the suites and luxury double rooms. None of these rooms offer a sea view, although a number offer a partial sea view. Fourteen of the rooms include a balcony, these varying in size.
All the single rooms have double beds and are stylishly decorated. One has a view of the courtyard, one has a separate shower and one only has a shower.
Cuisine Seafood at the Marine is a bright new restaurant in the modern idiom where the only sea view will be on a plate! The atmosphere is informal and busy but with emphasis on fresh fish and great style from the kitchen theatre. The Pavilion on the other hand, with glorious views of the sea and through the internal courtyard and swimming pool is more traditional in feel.
It serves an array of the highest quality dishes with hints of the Mediterranean and the East, which highlight the creative talents of Head Chef, Rume Booyens. The magnificent wall and ceiling lamps in this elegant restaurant are the originals which graced the Bathing Pavilion at Muizenberg.
Seafood Express is a new addition incorporated in the Sun Lounge. This one plate cafe serves chilled seafood in style. Enjoy a light lunch of oysters and champagne or Marine Avo Ritz.