The Hotel Eberwein is a loving preservation of one of Swakopmund's original buildings, which was designed and built by Hermann Wille - a prominent architect in the early 1900s.
The building has experienced several transformations and this latest incarnation borrows from its colourful history and the result is an air of timeless charm.
The rooms are Victorian in style and elegance with ornate high ceilings, bay windows and no fabric is left un-frilled. In typical converted fashion rooms are decorated individually and some have baths while others have showers. All have en suite bathrooms, under-floor heating, mini bars, satellite TV and telephones.
17 en suite rooms; honeymoon suite; satellite TV; telephone; mini bar; under-floor heating; breakfast room; bar; lounge; secure parking
Restaurants and bars; nature excursions on land and sea; bird watching; ocean and desert adventures; swimming; sports; fishing; diving; historical and cultural tours; museums; galleries; local arts and crafts
The hotel serves breakfast and has a cosy bar and lounge. Underground parking is available - and essential in the busy season. Dine at any one of a number of excellent restaurants within walking distance - we'll be happy to advise and make bookings - and the whole of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay are waiting to be explored. Ask our travel consultants for advice, recommendations and bookings.
Page last updated: 6 Sep 2013