Hotel Cela is situated in the heart of Windhoek, walking distance to all major attractions the city has to offer. As the city of Windhoek grew, the hotel remained an important part of the area.
The owners, being experienced travelers themselves, will gladly advise you on how to get to know Namibia.
We have tried to keep much of the original look and feel, while upgrading the rooms for convenience and comfort.
* The hotel has a swimming pool and a peaceful atmosphere which will make you forget you are in the center of Windhoek.
* A hearty breakfast and freshly brewed coffee are available each morning to help you get your day started.
* Our friendly staff will do what they can to make your stay a pleasant one.
* We are easy to find, and have safe, private parking.
Hotel Cela is very conveniently located and offers comfortable and affordable accommodation in the center of Windhoek.
The hotel is 3 minutes walk to Wernhil Shopping Center and 5 minutes walk to Independence Avenene.
The property is about 200 m from the gate of NUST (Namibia University of Science and Technology, formerly known as PolyTech).
The hotel is located 5 minutes walk from the Roman Catholic Hospital.
Taxi services, airport shuttles and transport can be arranged to any place in Namibia, and we can also help with trip planning if you are driving yourself.
We speak English, of course, as well as Portuguese, Afrikaans, and German, with a bit of Spanish, French, and Italian thrown in for good measure! Are you a local Namibian? Our staff also speak Oshiwambo, Otjiherero, Damara, Nyemba!
In Room Facilities:
At the hotel, all rooms have a private bathroom, flat screen TV, internet access, coffee and tea station, small refrigerator, air-conditioner/heater, and comfortable beds. We provide excellent quality bedding, and take pride in our cleanliness.
Hotel Cela is also walking distance to the Craft Market, the Old Breweries, museums, Independence Avenue, coffee shops, bistros, restaurants, shopping centers, casinos, The National Art Gallery, The National Theatre, The Franco-Namibian Cultural Center, and many foreign embassies.