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The Hotel Heinitzburg is located on a hill overlooking the city of Windhoek. Windhoek is surrounded by mountains, with the Auas Mountains to the south, the Eros Mountains to the north and the Khomas Highland to the west. Spectacular views of the town and the Khomas Highland are available from all rooms, providing the ideal base and starting point for a Namibian safari. The hotel is one of Windhoek's three historic castles, built in the early 1900's.
Guests on safari in Namibia are accommodated in 16 spacious, en suite rooms. All rooms have air-conditioning for the hot summer days and a heating unit for the cold winter nights. The hotel is equipped with facilities to host families. Children can sleep close to their parents in inter-leading rooms and cots can be provided for infants or very young children. Babysitting services are available on request. The large swimming pool is sure to be enjoyed by the entire family.
A variety of dining options are available to guests staying at the Hotel Heinitzburg. Most notable is Leo's at the Castle Gourmet Restaurant, renowned for top quality cuisine. It is one of Namibia's finest restaurants. In addition to the delicious fare available, guests can enjoy splendid views of Windhoek. Heinitzburg also offers lunch and light meals at the Garden Terrace throughout the day.
The Heinitzburg Hotel is one of the finest - if not the finest - hotel in Windhoek. Most clients book an overnight stay in Windhoek, but only for a night or two. These nights can be spent very comfortably, perched on a hill overlooking the city. I like the fact that the property is almost a hundred years old, having its inception when a German count commissioned the construction. You are sure to enjoy your stay and be delighted by the cuisine.
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