The 4-star Windhoek Country Club Resort is the final word in luxury and entertainment in Namibia. The resort is situated on the outskirts of Windhoek and therefore only a 5 minute drive from any business meeting or cultural shopping experience. Bordering on a championship 18-hole golf course, this luxurious hotel is every golf enthusiast's dream.
The Windhoek Country Club Resort Amenities
SATSA Member Cots Available Babysitting SABC, MNET + Satellite in Room Non-Smoking Room Hairdrier available Toiletries available Air-Conditioning Heating in room Safe in room/reception Tea/Coffee facilities in room Bar/Fridge in room Safe open off-street parking Laundry Service Ironing service Cocktail bar/pub Room Service Restaurant / Dining Room Special Meals on request Credit cards accepted Casino Conference facilities Internet/e-mail facilities Curio Shop on site Swimming pool Tennis Court Golf Wheelchair friendly No pets allowed
Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, is located in a basin between the Khomas Highland, Auas and Eros Mountains. Whether due to pure luck or a brilliant stroke of Germanic planning, Windhoek is situated in almost the exact centre of Namibia. This makes it the ideal place to start and plan any Namibian travel arrangements.
Windhoek is home to approximately 200 000 people - an extremely small capital by global standards. This number is growing rapidly, however, mostly due to a lack of employment in rural areas. Despite the large increase in population over the last few years, the city centre is extremely clean, and mostly trouble-free. Most tourists comment on the cleanliness of the city, and often pronounce Windhoek to be a most un-African city. As can be expected from a capital city, Windhoek is home to many of the best hotels in Namibia, as well as several other accommodation establishments ranging from backpackers to up-market guest house.
The Windhoek city centre is characterised by a large number of German-style buildings, a lasting reminder of Namibia's early colonial history. Early buildings such as the Alte Feste (old fort), Christuskirche and Tintenpalast (the parliament buildings) are of particular historical interest. In a typical display of unintentional Namibian irony, the Alte Feste Fort, once the bastion of German colonialism, now houses the National Museum.
Apart from being the logical place to start your travels, Windhoek has Namibia's only international airport. During the day the city centre has a European café culture, and German cuisine dominates. Despite this, Namibian influence can be found in the quantity and quality of meat on offer. Nightlife in the city centre is limited to a few restaurants and the occasional nightclub, with most of the nightlife happening outside of the city centre in the suburbs and township areas.
For the uninitiated, visiting a township can be a daunting (and unsafe) experience, but with a little local guidance you could be in for the time of your life. The safest and most informative way of visiting these areas is on a Windhoek Township Tour. Most importantly, Windhoek is home to Namibia's brewing industry, and, for the less adventurous, Windhoek is a great place to wile away the time while sipping (or gulping) a cold beer.
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