Housed within a glorious railway station of grand German-colonial architecture, a stroll from the beachfront, this hotel also boasts its own casino. Stylish elegant interiors flow through to beautiful rooms dressed in classic furnishings, and some also open onto a private terrace. A sparkling pool with water fountains are encircled by palms and sun lounges in the central courtyard, and old-world charm exudes from the plush Victorian-style restaurant. Cinemas, a tennis court, golf course, gym and wellness centre also await.
Why we recommend the Swakopmund Hotel & Entertainment Centre
- Modern hotel in former railway station building
- Elegant rooms, some with private terraces
- Casino, cinema and impressive restaurant
- Short walk to the beachfront
- Pool, tennis court, golf course and gym
Attractions near Swakopmund Hotel & Entertainment Centre
Discover the stunning sand dunes
Swakopmund is surrounded by spectacular sand dunes, which are popular with thrill-seekers who visit to try the exciting, but difficult, sport of sand boarding. For those who don’t fancy catapulting down a steep sand dune at high speed, a destination tour is a more relaxing option.
Spend some time exploring the unique dune landscape found just 10 kilometres outside of Swakopmund, and join a tour to learn from experienced guides who will expose the fascinating wildlife often invisible to the untrained eye. Species that call this area home include lizards, geckos,and snakes.
Explore Namibian art and culture
Swakopmund is home to an array of art galleries and museums that are definitely worth visiting while in town. One of the most recognised architectural landmarks in Swakapmund is the historic railway station, built in 1901 and housing your hotel. This impressive building is a fine example of the German colonial architecture that is evident throughout the city. Another example of German architecture is the Sam Cohen Library, which is home to an extensive collection of Africana books and German-language articles.
The Swakopmund Museum, the largest in Namibia, is home to exhibitions that explore natural history, archaeology and ethnology. The nearby Kristall Galerie boasts the world’s largest quartz-crystal cluster. Some 520 million years old, the cluster weighs a whopping 14,000 kilograms.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Balcony / terrace (some rooms)||Concierge|
|Gift shop or boutique||Baby sitting|
|Swimming pool||Swimming pool|
|Recreation game room||Health club or gym|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Air conditioning|
|Internet (wireless)||Internet (cable)|
|Cable TV||In room safe|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Internet (common wireless)|