The Marine opens conference and function venue in Hermanus

The Marine

The iconic Marine Hotel in Hermanus has opened a new Conference and Function venue perfectly suited to corporate events, executive strategy meetings and getaways. With awe-inspiring views across Walker Bay, the versatile new event space is designed to make the most of the unique setting.

Half- and full-day conference packages are available for groups of up to 60 delegates, promising excellent value with the inclusion of audio-visual and conference equipment suitable for in-person and hybrid events.

Head chef Oelof Vorster takes conference breaks to another level, presenting tailor-made menus to suit the requirements of every individual event, and overseeing a dedicated restaurant that caters for meetings, conferences, and events exclusively, seating up to 48 guests for meals or cocktails.

As a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, The Marine takes immense pride in its accommodation offering that is spacious and luxurious, offering delegates a choice of 40 hotel rooms and suites to choose from, some with sea views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. For downtime and out of conference excursions, Hermanus boasts a wide variety of activities and attractions, from wine tasting in the Hemel-en-Aarde valley, to sightseeing boat cruises and much more.

Michel Bouic, general manager of The Marine said that The Liz McGrath Collection is proud to bring to the greater Overberg region a world-class meeting venue that offers excellent facilities with warm hospitality and service to match. ‘Our venue is versatile and was designed as an attractive option for executive meetings and smaller conferences, as we offer a unique out of office work environment less than 90 minutes from Cape Town.

In this magnificent seaside setting on the famous Hermanus cliff path, conference breaks can be truly memorable as there are few places where one can breathe the champagne air and stretch your legs while watching dolphins and whales frolic offshore as you gather your thoughts for the next work session.’