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Hotels of Swakopmund, Namibia

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Swakopmund Hotel 
The Swakopmund Hotel is a converted turn of the century railway station in the centre of Swakopmund, Namibia's popular seaside resort. The 90 air conditioned rooms are decorated in simple, light colours and have blackout drapes. Furnished in light wood and cane, rooms offer cable television and high speed Internet connections, as well as minibars and designer toiletries. <BR> The Captain's Tavern Restaurant serves locally caught seafood, while the Platform 1 restaurant serves a la carte and buffet menus in a Victorian style train station setting with black and white tiled floor. After a refreshing dip in the outdoor pool, guests can head for the bar for drinks and cocktails. Further evening entertainment at the complex includes the Mermaid Casino with 200 slot machines and 34 poker machines, as well as nine tables including Roulette, Blackjack and Oasis or Stud Poker. The adjoining entertainment centre has a cinema, a range of shops and a fully equipped gym, and there is a games room for children. The concierge can arrange local excursions such as camel riding and paragliding, and local attractions, including the lighthouse and aquarium, are within one kilometre. Walvis Bay Airport is 47 kilometres away, and the hotel can arrange transfers. Windhoek is the nearest international airport
Hotel Schweizerhaus 
Our hotel has been in the hands of the Anton Family since 1966 and is situated in Namibia`s premier holiday resort, Swakopmund, on the edge of the Namib desert and on the coast of the Atlantic ocean.
Restcamp Sophia Dale 
We are the May family and would like to meet you at our Restcamp Sophia Dale near the westcoast of Namibia only 12 km from the romantic Swakopmund. In 1999 we emigrated from Germany to Namibia, where two dreams came true. First a new period of our life began. Secondly, we set up our own business. If you are interested in this fascinating country please visit. Internet: www.sophiadale.com
Sams Giardino Hotel 
It was love at first sight when I arrived in Namibia's historic coastal town of Swakopmund for the first time, on a visit from Switzerland. I soon made it my home, driven by feelings of having found warmth, shelter and the joy of living. I'd like to share this special place with you in the hope that you too will feel enchanted and at home.

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