The Swakopmund Hotel & Entertainment Centre

The Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre is a centrally positioned four-star hotel. It is built in and around the old Station Building in Swakopmund and dates back to 1901. After extensive renovations, it has been restored to its former Victorian glory, and has been opened as one of the towns premier hotel's since the end of 1994. The hotel boast of it's 'combined architectural beauty with first-world comfort.


    Rooms are all decorated and fashioned in a Victorian style, reminiscent of a civilized and graceful bygone era. All of the rooms have an en-suite bathroom, (with bath, shower and toilet), individual air-conditioning, a television, tea/coffee station, direct dial telephones, electronic safes, electric razor plugs, a fully-stocked mini-bar, hair-dryer, and an 8 channel satellite TV system. (Including a German channel and MNet).

      The Swakopmund Hotel & Entertainment Centre Restaurants

      Breakfast, lunch and light meals are served throughout the day. Dinner is served in the Platform One restaurant, and guests can choose from the 'a la carte' menu or from the specialty buffet. Alternatively, they may prefer to opt for the Station Grill restaurant, next to the Mermaid Casino. Fresh line fish, shellfish and other delicious seafood dishes, are served here. Diners after 'something completely different,' can inquire about the hotel's 'Desert Evening.' A sumptuous feast is served in the desert, under a beautiful Namibian star-lit sky. For guests happy to eat from the comfort of their accommodation, room service can oblige at certain times. The catering department also organize 'German Pub' evenings.

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