Situated in the town centre of Swakopmund, the elegance is immediately evident upon entering and all the hallmarks of a classic hotel are everywhere: plush marble flooring, heavy wooden furniture that is polished and expensive, an immaculate reception hall, and deep noise-damping carpets.
The hotel has 58 rooms built on three floors in a building dating back to 1905 and the start of the German revivalist period in Namibia. Like the rest of the hotel, the rooms have a luxurious weight about them and though compact offer every comfort you could ask of the oldest hotel in the world's oldest desert.
The terrace is a foliage-covered courtyard ideal for a light lunch or mid-morning snack. Breakfast and dinners are served in the restaurant, which has an award-winning wine list and specialises in game meat and seafood. The lounge bar has a cosy fireplace and is a convivial start and end to any evening.
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
Filling your days in Swakopmund and Walvis Bay is difficult because there are too many choices. Let us make recommendations, arrangements and bookings on your behalf so that you can get busy enjoying your holiday.
"To sum it up: extraordinary!"
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"Better than we could have imagined."
Thank you so much for organising such a fabulous trip.
"We had the most amazing time"
I truly cannot thank you and your team enough for making our dream a reality
"We have had a wonderful trip to Namibia"
Thank you so much for your care of us for the whole year of planning and the days we were with you.