Hilton Hotel Windhoek
A feather in Windhoek’s wide-brimmed hat, the Hilton Hotel speaks volumes of Namibia’s progress along the road to modernity.
Looking like a cross between Legoland and a communications tower, the Hilton is a stylish five-star behemoth in the city centre with wonderful views of the city, the tree-covered hills and the great big Namibian sky.
The Hilton Windhoek Hotel is situated in the heart of Windhoek close to the business district and within easy reach of the city's main attractions. As you would expect of a hotel bearing the Hilton name, rooms are luxurious and well-appointed with your choice of size and price tag. All mod cons and quality finishes come standard as does the impeccable service and attention to detail.
You, and the grateful Windhoek public, have a number of bars and dining choices. The Ekipa Restaurant has its own show-kitchen where you can watch the chefs prepare the meals. The Ekipa serves Namibian cuisine, as well as buffet and a la carte options. There is also the Kalabar Sports Bar & Terrace, the D'vine Wine Bar with its own private dining facilities, the Centrum Coffee Shop and the Sky Bar, which is located on the rooftop.
A welcome feature is a play area where the young ones can have fun while mummy and daddy relax on the sundeck with a cocktail - after a refreshing dip in the pool.
The hotel is also the perfect stop-over for corporate travellers with a business centre, conference facilities, internet access, audio visual rental, as well as printing and binding facilities.
150 guest rooms and suites; en suite bathrooms; air conditioning; hairdryer; housekeeping; room safe; internet access; full laundry facilities; radio; tea and coffee station; telephone; TV; personal writing desk; heated pool; fitness centre; babysitting facilities; children's playground; restaurants; bars; coffee shop; gift shop; health and wellness spa.
Centrally situated, the Hilton offers easy access to Windhoek's restaurants, shops and attractions including several museums, galleries and shows. Historical buildings beckon you to stretch your legs and surrounding game farms offer horse safaris, hot air ballooning and game viewing.
Page last updated: 17 Sep 2013