Swakopmund and Walvis Bay Accommodation

Beds and restaurants. For a town this size the accommodation and eating options are astounding.

3/5 Stars

Hansa Hotel

Hansa Hotel is a delightful hotel in the centre of Swakopmund. It is the oldest hotel in Namibia and a regular winner of local awards. The building dates back to 1905 and the elegance of that period has been captured and recreated inside.

3/5 Stars

Swakopmund Sands Hotel

Out with the old, in with the new. The only feature remaining of the old Hotel Adler Garni is its excellent location. And quite right, too, as the hotel was due a makeover some time last century and you’d struggle to find a better position in Swakopmund.

3/5 Stars

Rossmund Lodge

Rossmund Lodge is situated on the grounds of one the world's only all-grass desert golf courses. The rooms are spacious and comfortable and they encricle a garden with a large rock pool in the centre.

3/5 Stars

Beach Hotel

The Beach Hotel in Swakopmund is a swanky new boutique hotel on the beachfront.

3/5 Stars

Pelican Bay Hotel

So close to the lagoon it's almost in the water, the Pelican Bay hotel is a neat, modern, and comfortable hotel in Walvis Bay.

3/5 Stars

The Stiltz

The Stiltz is a quirky lodge on the edge of town hovering above the Swakop River mouth, a few minutes from the beach, the jetty and the town centre.

2/5 Stars

Hotel Schweizerhaus

Hotel Schweizerhaus is a perennial favourite among Swakopmund's frequent visitors. Its convenient location, delightful coffee shop and value for money are some of the reasons.

4/5 Stars

Pelican Point Lodge

Marooned on the edge of Walvis Bay Lagoon, Pelican Point Lodge feels very much like the Hotel at the Edge of the World: you can’t get any further out to the sea without actually being on a boat.

3/5 Stars

Hotel Europa Hof

The Hotel Europa Hof is a charming, quiet hotel near the centre of Swakopmund town centre and one block back from the beach. The rooms are comfortable and spacious and the hotel's restaurant serves excellent seafood and game dishes.

4/5 Stars

Brigadoon

Brigadoon B&B is a stylish and comfortable guesthouse near the centre of Swakopmund and close to the sea and the town’s attractions.

2/5 Stars

Hotel Deutsches Haus

Hotel Deutsches Haus is a small and functional hotel with a traditional feel on the outskirts of Swakopmund's small town centre. With a lively beer garden, a restaurant and an additional bar inside, the emphasis is on relaxing and enjoying the good times.

3/5 Stars

Oyster Box Guesthouse

Oyster Box Guesthouse is right on the edge of Walvis Bay Lagoon giving you front row seats to nature’s busy spectacle.

3/5 Stars

Hotel Eberwein

Hotel Eberwein is a charming and elegant guesthouse on the edge of Swakopmund's rather compact town centre. The hotel is in a restored neo-baroque building from the early 1900s and the period theme is reflected in the interiors.

3/5 Stars

Organic Square Guesthouse

Organic Square Guesthouse is a neat and charming guesthouse in what is fast becoming the B&B district of Swakopmund and with good reason: a few minutes’ walk from both town and beach, you couldn’t be better situated.

3/5 Stars

Beach Lodge Swakopmund

Beach Lodge is a bright and cheerful guesthouse about 5km north of Swakopmund. Its front lawn extends to the sand and large circular windows frame the sea like portholes. Self-catering family units and plenty of activities in Swakopmund.

3/5 Stars

Atlantic Villa

Joining the uprising of boutiquey luxury guesthouses, Atlantic Villa competes, puffed-out chest and all, with some of the more upmarket and modern hotels in Swakopmund.

3/5 Stars

Sams Giardino Hotel

Sam's is a delightful hotel on the edge of Swakopmund run with flair and enthusiasm by Sam himself.

3/5 Stars

Seaside Hotel and Spa

A monolith occupying a private stretch of beach just outside Swakopmund, the Seaside Hotel and Spa is a plush accommodation option with a subtle colour-coded whiff of the functional.

4/5 Stars

Strand Hotel

The Strand Hotel is back. After a seven-year hiatus, Swakopmund's main beach is no longer a construction zone. And what a transformation it is.

2/5 Stars

Alte Brucke

Alte Brücke is a neat, no-frills self-catering accommodation option on the edge of Swakopmund perfect for the more pragmatic travellers among us who like to get out there and explore.

2/5 Stars

The Secret Garden Guesthouse

The Secret Garden is a charming guesthouse in the old town area of Swakopmund. Its rooms open into a secluded garden courtyard and the hospitality is warm and welcoming. The guesthouse serves breakfasts and has a barbecue and two self-catering units.

3/5 Stars

Lagoon Lodge

With first-rate properties like Lagoon Lodge opening up, Walvis Bay is shedding its industrial skin and fast rising out of its harbour-town ashes as a genuine tourist destination in Namibia.

3/5 Stars

Central Guesthouse

Central Guesthouse is part of an emerging echelon of bed and breakfast accommodation in Swakopmund. Elegant, luxurious and conveniently situated.

2/5 Stars

Hotel Pension Rapmund

The Hotel Pension Rapmund is a charming hotel that has been owned and managed by the Rapmund family since 1968. Neat rooms, a fabulous German breakfast and a great location make this a good base from which to explore the region.

4/5 Stars

Villa Margherita

Villa Margherita is a luxury boutique guesthouse in the heart of Swakopmund.

3/5 Stars

The Burning Shore

The Burning Shore is a small, elegant and exclusive hotel half way between Swakop and Walvis. Its remote location ensures privacy; the service is discreet and professional; the ambience is one of quiet restraint and the food and wine list are excellent.

4/5 Stars

Zum Kaiser Hotel

The Zum Kaiser Hotel is a sophisticated 21-roomed hotel in the centre of Swakopmund and about a minute's walk to the sea.

3/5 Stars

Egumbo Lodge

Egumbo is a small and intimate luxury bed and breakfast on the Walvis Bay lagoon with an elegant colonial theme in an attractive thatched double-storey building.

3/5 Stars

Swakopmund Hotel

The Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre is a sprawling four-star hotel that is built around the original railway station. The décor and mood is elegant and refined, the services and amenities endless and the rooms are luxurious and spacious.

3/5 Stars

Sandfields Guesthouse

A smart, comfortable and intimate guesthouse in Swakopmund, Sandfields Guesthouse offers family-friendly bed and breakfast accommodation.

3/5 Stars

Namib Guesthouse

Service and attention to detail reign at this charming guesthouse in central Swakopmund.

3/5 Stars

Swakopmund Luxury Suites

A practical combination of well-equipped apartments with guesthouse-style service, the Swakopmund Luxury Suites are in the centre of town down a quiet side street.

3/5 Stars

Cornerstone Guesthouse

Relaxed and comfortable with just a hint of local colour, Cornerstone Guesthouse is a few minutes' walk from Swakopmund town centre and the beach.

3/5 Stars

Pebble Stone House

Pebble Stone House Bed & Breakfast is a converted house in upmarket Kramersdorf, Swakopmund

4/5 Stars

The Delight

The Delight is a brand new (Nov. 2015) hotel in Swakopmund with a bright and lively attitude that walks the bold line between kitsch and class - and pulls it off.

3/5 Stars

Swakopmund Guesthouse

Swakopmund Guesthouse is a smart and sophisticated boutique guesthouse a few blocks from the sea and a few blocks from the town centre making an ideal base from which to explore this delightful town.

4/5 Stars

Desert Breeze

Desert Breeze is a quirky apparition on the edge of the dry Swakop River overlooking the beautiful dunes of the Namib Desert on the outskirts of Swakopmund town.

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