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Junior Suite (From R4480 /night.)

Sleeps 3 people, 1 Bedroom.

The three Junior Suites are set within their own private ... courtyards with outdoor seating. Large glass windows and cool screeded floors complement the light and spacious interiors. Well placed and easily adjustable lighting adds to the relaxing ambience.

Rate Basis: Bed & breakfast (breakfast included)

Bedroom 1

1 King

From R4480 /night
Good Breakfast included

Premier Suite (From R5620 /night.)

Sleeps 3 people, 1 Bedroom.

The Olive Exclusive's four Premier Suites have front-row position overlooking ... the olive grove and valley beyond, and tall glass windows make the most of the views. Doors lead to a large deck with a plunge pool, sunloungers and additional seating.

Rate Basis: Bed & breakfast (breakfast included)

Bedroom 1

1 King

From R5620 /night
Good Breakfast included

Self-catering Apartment (From R1200 /night.)

Sleeps 3 people, 2 Bedrooms.

The Olive Apartment is not at the same extremely high ... level of the suites at The Olive Exclusive but it is a comfortable, tastefully decorated two bedroom apartment with lounge, dining area and fully equipped but basic kitchen.

Rate Basis: Self catering (no meals included)

Bedroom 1

1 Double

Bedroom 2

1 Single

From R1200 /night
 
TV
DSTV
Breakfast included
Bath towels
Linen
Covid-19 Certified
Swimming Pool
DVD
Cleaning service
Parking on Premises
WiFi
Fireplace
Dining Area
24hr Security
Safety Deposit Box
Aircon
Airport Transfers
Bar
Child friendly
Deck
Hairdryer
Heater
Laundry facilities
Mini Bar
No smoking
Restaurant
Room service
Serviced Daily
Tea and coffee facilities

This intimate boutique hotel in a tranquil corner of Windhoek embodies the very essence of chic comfort. Simple elegance is key, from the organic rough-hewn wooden benches and side tables, through the sculpted chunk of granite that serves as a coffee table in the guest lounge, to walls clad in abstract Namibian landscapes by well-known South African photographer Micky Hoyle.

In Room Facilities:

The seven suites are individually decorated so each reflects a different region in Namibia, and each has its own lounge area with fireplace and dining room, for private dining. Wide glass doors open onto spacious decks where you can relax on a shady daybed, enjoy el fresco lunches or, if yours is a premium suite, take a dip in your own private plunge pool.

Area Information:

Windhoek an African capital with a difference! Whether enjoying the continental flair of Independence Avenue; browsing through the shop, exploring the historical buildings or searching the markets for that special Namibian momento, we hope you will enjoy the harmonious blend of African and European cultures and traditions that make our capital city.

Property Facilities:

Such are the creature comforts that you may find it hard to leave: sink into an extra-length bed dressed in crisp, pure-cotton linen, or indulge in a bubble bath in a freestanding tub with sweeping mountain views. Air-conditioning & satellite TV are standard, as is a computer with free WiFi access. Then there's a fully stocked mini bar, complete with a premium wine selection, so you can toast the setting sun in fine style.

The Olive Exclusive boasts a quality restaurant featuring a seasonal menu, with inventive signature dishes. The fully stocked bar also features a classic selection of fine whisky.

Attractions:

Situated in Robert Mugabe Avenue opposite the Windhoek high school, the Alte Feste (Old Fort) originally designed as a military stronghold now guards our heritage.
The museum houses both permanent and temporary displays portraying the early history of Namibia, the independence process (United nations, elections etc), and displays and the national symbols of Namibia.

Situated in the Robert Mugabe Avenue, Owela is a traditional African game played with pebbles and is found throughout the African continent in a delightful variety of designs. This museum offers an insight into the cultures and traditions of the people of Namibia with displays covering traditional village life, natural history of our environment.

Situated on the outskirts of the city near Eros Airport and Safari Hotel the Geological Survey museum depicts Namibian mining and geological activities. An excellent collection of maps; ore examples; photographs; minerals; fossils & meteorites well displayed and offering an insight into the fascinating geology of Namibia.

For the rail enthusiast this museum offers a nostalgic look at the history of railways and transport in Namibia. Housed in the historical Windhoek station building one can view class 32-00 diesel electric locomotives, armoured rail cars, funky rail trollies and many artifacts of cultural and sociopolitical interest.

The national Art Gallery offers a range of temporary art and crafts, including historical, traditional and contemporary art. Exhibits include both Namibian and international artist. The gallery shop offers the opportunity to buy art from rural artist.

Situated in the old breweries building in Tal Street, the
Namibia Crafts Center offers a wide range of crafts from all corners of Namibia. Be prepared to spend some time browsing the variety of stalls (basked, wooden sculptures, pots, jewellery, semi-precious stones, stunning needle work, African frames of unique design). The center also houses the craft cafe and Ombo Art Gallery with exhibitions of fine art and sculptures of international as well as Namibian artist.

Post Street Mall: Located in the center of the town, the open air post street Mall Market has a variety of crafts from all over Africa. Spend some time browsing your way down the mall en route you will also encounter the meteorites!

The Christuskirche church is a striking landmark in the central Windhoek. Standing as a monument to peace, work began on the Christuskirche- church of Christ in 1907.

State House: The residence of the former colonial governor and administrator general, the building is now the official residence of the president of the Republic of Namibia, His Excellency Hifikipunye Puhamba. Please note for security reasons photographs are not permitted.

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Property Type Boutique Hotel
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Check-out before 10:00 AM
Cancellation Policy Moderate
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Windhoek Reviews

Theo Pieterse
31 October 2019

Many places to see and city very clean. Visited Chinatown and many other malls.

Superb. 5 out of 5
Anonymous
15 July 2019

Travelled for sport.

Okay. 3 out of 5
Richard Chamberlain
03 July 2019

Great people and sunsets.

Okay. 3 out of 5
Neusa Monteiro
07 September 2018

The wild park.

Fabulous. 4 out of 5
Robyn Schroeder
31 August 2018

The pizza at Klein Windhoek Guest House in Windhoek.

Okay. 3 out of 5
Nicolette Jacobs
22 August 2018

Was amazed at how clean the city is.

Superb. 5 out of 5