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Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre

Where the Skeleton Coast Comes to Life

Enclosed by the ever-changing restless movement of the dunes of the Namibian desert on the east and the pounding waves and beaches of the Atlantic Ocean to the west, lies the historic town of Swakopmund.

The Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre has been designed to complement the architecture of the historic (1902) station building which today forms part of the hotel’s public areas. The exclusive hotel offers the perfect balance between charming, old world tradition and the thrill and excitement of modern day entertainment. With the vast options of activities and leisure, The Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre offers the perfect conference and incentive experience for everyone


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World class hotel services and staff
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Unique themed events
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State of the art projector and screening facilities
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Spectacular selection of beverages and alcohol
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Menus inspired by local flavours and world class chefs
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High WiFi Speed
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A host of attractions and activities to keep parties entertained
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5 Star accomodation at South Africas most luxurious hotels


Below is a list of Standard Equipment and Technology you can expect to find at Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre:


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Nearby Attractions

Desert Tours
An enlightening journey through the ancient canyons of the Moon Valley, one of the most fascinating areas of the Namib Desert. Discover the medicinal and nutritional use of desert adapted flora, and delve into the secrets of the Welwitschia mirabilis. This spectacular area is also home to some wildlife, and we might just spot Springbok, Ostrich, Klipspringer, European Bee-eater, Karoo Chat and others. Smaller creatures, such as chameleons and beetles call this home too.

Swakopmund Museum
The Swakopmund Museum, opened in 1951, is the largest privately run museum in Namibia. It was founded in 1951 by the dentist Dr. Alfons Weber. This charming museum has a character all of its own and is definitely worth a visit. This museum was inaugurated on 17 Dec. 1951. The wonderfully historical museum focuses on the history of the country and its natural sciences.

Swakopmund Sky Diving Club
Swakopmund Skydiving Club is Namibia's premiere Drop Zone. We are a friendly, family-feel group of skydivers who like to have fun, because that is what it is all about at the end of the day. One can do a tandem jump from 10 000 ft! This includes a scenic flight over the famous Namibia Dune Fields, a 35 second free fall, a 5 minute canopy ride and a safe landing back at the club house.

National Marine Aquarium of Namibia
The Aquarium features fauna from the cold Benguela Current in the southern Atlantic Ocean. This is the only aquarium in Namibia. This waterfront aquarium provides an excellent introduction to the cold offshore world in the South Atlantic Ocean. Most impressive is the tunnel through the largest aquarium, which allows close-up views of graceful rays, toothy sharks (you can literally count all the teeth!).

Quad Biking
Better known as four-wheeling in some parts, quad biking has become one of the more popular activities in Namibia, especially around Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. This is one of the best ways to access parts of the sand dunes that even 4x4's can't reach. For true beginners we got the Yamaha Grizzly automatic and for the more experienced rider the Yamaha Blaster with manual gear shift that offers more "kick". Trips can be either one or two hours.

Fishing Safaris
Namibia is an extremely diverse country offering anglers a variety of fishing choices. From great surf and off shore fishing in it’s cool west coast waters for Sharks, Cob, Steenbras and other colder water specials, to Tiger and Bream fishing from house boats off Impalila Island on Namibia’s Caprivi Strip.


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