New quality and affordable accommodation in the capital

New quality and affordable accommodation in the capital

28 May 2018 | Tourism

Brand new and participating in the Namibia Tourism Expo for the first time, is Town Lodge Windhoek.

Located in Grove Street adjacent to the Grove Mall, it is ideally situated for die-hard shoppers, business guests and visitors who want to explore Windhoek’s CBD, historical landmarks and its surrounds, but prefer to stay on its fringes. Town Lodge Windhoek comprises 147 stylish bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms. Door-linked family rooms are available and one in 50 rooms has been specially designed to cater for the needs of physically disabled guests. Furthermore free and secure basement parking is provided as well as a swimming pool and fast, reliable wireless internet.

With full English and continental breakfast options and a sun-downer bar service this hotel is the perfect place to start and end each day during your stay in Windhoek. For those visiting the capital on business trips, there are three boardrooms suited for a variety of conference needs, comprising of two rooms catering for a maximum of 12 seats and a further room catering for a maximum of six people.

It is the third Town Lodge developed by the City Lodge Hotel-group outside of South Africa and is the 13th Town Lodge within the group as a whole. The group’s different brand-ranges and hotel-types comprise of the Fairview Hotels, Courtyard Hotels, City Lodge Hotels and Road Lodges in South Africa, Kenya, Botswana and now Namibia.

Be sure to visit the Town Lodge Windhoek stall at the Namibia Tourism Expo where you can stand a chance to win a luxury double bed as well as some other awesome giveaways.

Make a booking by using the promotional code “EXPONAM” between now and the 3rd of June 2018, to qualify for a stay at Town Lodge Windhoek, for only N$ 1100.00 per night. The offer is valid for bookings until 31 October 2018 and if paid within 7 days of reservation. The rate includes breakfast, VAT, Tourism Levy and is applicable for a single and/or double occupancy.

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