The cuisine at Lüderitz Nest Hotel makes the most of the abundant seafood of the icy-cold Atlantic Ocean. The Penguin Restaurant serves delicious seafood dishes, most notably the lobster and oyster that make Lüderitz famous. The restaurant also has an international a la carte menu, and offers all day service. The Oyster Bar (cocktail bar on the sun deck) serves fresh oysters. The sparkling pool (and baby pool) overlooks Lüderitz Bay, and the beach offers some of the best windsurfing conditions that Namibia can offer.
Lüderitz Nest Hotel prides itself on personalised, excellent service. You won’t easily find another sea-facing sauna! Other facilities include an internet café, 24-hour room service, dry cleaning and laundry service, baby-sitting service, secure parking, a children’s playground, doctor on call and a foreign exchange desk. The hotel is a well-equipped conference centre and can cater for 200 people.
This Hotel was voted Namibia's top hotel for 2015 & 2016. It has the only direct on-sea location in Namibia with all 73 rooms & suite enjoying direct sea, Felsenkirche & peninsula views.
The luxurious 4-star Lüderitz Nest Hotel in Lüderitz occupies a prime position in this coastal town on Namibia’s Skeleton Coast – a private beach on Lüderitz Bay.
TThe accommodation at Lüderitz Nest Hotel can only be described as stylish, elegant and luxurious. There are 62 Standard rooms, 8 deluxe rooms and 3 Executive suites, all en suite (with shower or bath) and equipped with air conditioning, direct dial telephone, radio, satellite TV (including German channels), heated towel rails, hairdryer, and tea/coffee-making facilities. All rooms are sea-facing and most have balconies overlooking Lüderitz Bay. Lüderitz Nest Hotel has achieved the “HAN certificate of excellence award in 2015 & 2016.
Stay at Lüderitz Nest Hotel for a few days to enjoy the many sights and activities around Lüderitz. This includes boat cruises on the Zeepaard Catamaran to Halifax Island with its many penguins, the deserted diamond mining towns of Pomona and Kolmanskop, the “Bogenfels” (the rock arch), the Skeleton Coast, and more.