Make magical memories at Mykonos!
Mykonos Casino, your favourite entertainment destination on the West Coast, is bringing you mesmerising music, fabulous food, an eggciting Easter fun run and delicious Easter treats. There’s no better place to be this Easter!
Start the day with a Breakfast Buffet!
Breakfast is still the most important meal of the day – why not start your day sunny side up! On Saturday, 28 March you can tuck into a delicious breakfast buffet at the Black Pearl Restaurant from 10h00 to 12h00, for only R95 per person. We’re spoiling our Rewards Cardholders even more with a further 20% discount, so bring the family or make a morning of it with friends. Bookings are essential – please call 022 707 6993 to secure your table.
Good, clean Easter fun in the Langebaan sun!
Club Mykonos will welcome all guests on Friday, 10 April and say goodbye as guests leave on Monday, 13 April with Easter bunny mascots who will be handing out tasty Easter treats. But that’s not all! Club Mykonos Resort will be hosting its third annual Easter Fun Run on Saturday, 11 April – it’ll give you a guilt-free excuse for eating all those decadent Easter eggs! Run or walk the 3.8 km course and earn Easter eggs for completing fun activities. Registration is at 07h00 at the Mykonos Green and the race will start at 09h00 – for only R20 per child and R30 per adult. There will be loads of prizes and lucky draws – enter now at Club Mykonos reception or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Easter Night Market
Enjoy a memorable outing with your family at the Mykonos Easter Night Market on Saturday, 11 April from 17h00 to 21h00 and Sunday, 12 April from 09h00 to 14h00. You can eggspect to see beautiful arts and crafts, food stalls, cheese and wines, craft beer, West Coast coffee, live music and much more! There will also be fun activities set aside specially for your little ones.
Craig Lucas is coming back to Mykonos
Craig Lucas, winner of The Voice season 2 and a graduate of Economics and Politics at UCT, has always secretly loved singing, despite having a promising career ahead of him. He promised his mother that he would finish his degree before pursuing a career in music. As soon as he finished his studies, he boldly took the plunge and entered The Voice SA, even though he had no experience in singing in front of large crowds of people. And the rest, as they say, is history! This breath-taking show will be hosted at the Athene Conference Centre, Club Mykonos on Friday, 1 May. The show starts at 20h00, while doors will open earlier at 19h00. Tickets cost R120 per person – book via The Caledon Hotel Reception Desk.