Accommodations - Namibia
Lüderitzbucht Nest Hotel
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The small town of Lüderitz is wedged between the Namib Desert dunes and the wild Atlantic seaboard. Because of its location, it is not on many tourist itineraries; this accounts for its sleepy atmosphere. Founded in 1884 as a trading post by Bremen tobacco merchant Adolf Lüderitz, the settlement was placed under the protection of the German government by Chancellor Bismarck. Thus Bismarck initiated German control of the whole of South West Africa, except for the British enclave of Walvis Bay. South West Africa remained a German colony until the invasion by South African and British forces during the World War I The award winning Lüderitz Nest Hotel is one of Namibia’s leading resort hotels and is located directly on Lüderitz Bay with its own private tidal beach with walk-on jetty – unique in Namibia!
All 70 spacious en-suite rooms and 3 luxurious suites have direct sea views. The hotel’s locally acclaimed Penguin Restaurant with outside terraces is open 7 days a week and serves a wide ranging menu including fresh Lüderitz lobster. The upper deck Crayfish Bar & Lounge with far reaching sea and desert views is the best venue in town to enjoy fresh Lüderitz oysters, sundowner cocktails, quality Cappuccinos, fine wines and pure Namibian beers. Additional hotel facilities include secluded verdant gardens, a sparkling pool, and sauna and free Wi-Fi. Whether for pure relaxation or to experience Kolmanskop Ghost Town, desert and Catamaran marine tours, or to celebrate special events, the Lüderitz Nest Hotel is your ideal desert oasis.
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