Although “suites” is a bit of stretch size-wise, for comfort you can expect elegant, neutral décor that is easy on the senses and top quality linen with quite possibly the most comfortable bed you’ll encounter on your tour of Namibia. Attention to detail includes Nespresso machines with complimentary pods, bath robes, extra thick towels, wi-fi that actually works, climate control, mini-bar and that general air of purpose and cleanliness of a professional outfit.
For convenience you are a few minutes’ walk to the beach, restaurants, cafes and main attractions of central Swakopmund - a feature you will welcome after many hours’ in the car on Namibia’s long and dusty roads. And the day reception is staffed with the friendliest of friendly Namibians who add that personal touch and valuable insider’s information for making the most of your visit.
A secluded upper deck lined with comfortable recliners and deck chairs is a wonderful place to catch up with your digital life. Or escape it entirely with a good book and a glass of chardonnay. Parking out front is secure with 24-hour watch and CCTV and, occupying the first storey down a pedestrianised side street, the location is quiet and safe.
Breakfast at the Swakopmund Suites is outsourced by way of vouchers and a helpful hint to one of three cafes within a couple of minutes’ walk: The Village Cafe is a bright and lively local institution; Cafe Anton, right next door to the Suites, is an old-school buffet good for an early or languid start to the day; and Bojo’s is half way between the two in every respect. They are however in the process of building their own breakfast room with a loft for lounging, so not long from now, you'll be enjoying your breakfast on site.
Luxury rooms with en suite shower rooms (honeymoon suite has a bath and a shower); air conditioning; satellite (cable) TV; Nespresso; mini-bar; hair dryer; wi-fi; bath robes; day reception; after-hours emergency assistance; laundry; secluded courtyard
The Swakopmund Luxury Suites is your base in an activity-mad town. From fascinating marine and desert excursions to museums, galleries, restaurants, craft markets and shops this little seaside village has something for everyone.