Swakopmund is a fascinating town on the Atlantic coast of Namibia. It is here where you will find Hotel Eberwein, a luxury hotel in old Victorian style. The graceful building dates from 1909, when Villa Wille was erected by the architect Hermann Wille. Since then Villa was converted into the luxury Hotel Eberwein, while still retaining the beautiful exterior so characteristic of Swakopmund.
Hotel Eberwein is centrally situated in Swakopmund, close to the beach, a restful park and a number of interesting shops. The guest rooms at Hotel Eberwein retain their atmosphere of atmosphere, while providing guests with a luxury stay and true Namibian hospitality. There are 16 double rooms, 1 single room and 4 luxury Victorian rooms. All the rooms are en suite and are equipped with under-floor heating, fan, TV, mini-bar, telephone and tea/coffee-making facilities. The Victorian rooms are situated in the original part of the building and great care has been taken with the renovations.
Hotel Eberwein offers a scrumptious breakfast buffet guaranteed to provide enough sustenance for a busy day of exploring the area in and around Swakopmund. There are a number of restaurants in the vicinity, and the staff will gladly advise you on one to fit your taste. The lounge and bar at Hotel Eberwein is the ideal place to relax and enjoy a pre- or after-dinner drink.
Swakopmund offers a myriad of interesting activities to suit all tastes and preferences. Apart from the rich German colonial history of the town, evident in the many beautiful old buildings in grand style, Swakopmund also offers something for nature lovers, adrenalin junkies and keen photographers. The age-old Welwitschia plants around town, haunting coastline and lunar landscape of the Messum Crater, desert tours, trips to the seal colony at Cape Cross, sky diving, quad bike excursions and even sandboarding down a steep dune at 80 km/h – Swakopmund is the place to visit if you are touring Namibia.