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Belvedere Boutique Hotel
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Reviewed 4 February 2013

Stayed at this venue some time ago. The setting is great, rooms and bathrooms are of good quality and service was good. It is a plus if you want to stay out of the busy city to just relax in a quiet environment. For a business trip, the accommodation is ideal.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled on business
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Thank PieterfromRoodepoort
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Reviewed 24 January 2013

Stayed here for 1 night on a business trip to Windhoek and was sorry to leave. An absolute oasis in s very "different" African city. Situated in a quiet residential area, the room and bathroom were both immaculate.A wonderful, shaded area with splash pool is great to relax in. The breakfast was extremely good. I am already planning to return to Windhoek with my wife so that she can enjoy the city and this wonderful little boutique hotel.

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled on business
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Thank LauPaSat
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Reviewed 12 November 2012

This hotel, hidden away in a residential estate on the East side of Windhoek, is a real oasis in the sandy and busy capital. The very quite facility is two houses that have recently been joined together and offers wonderful areas of relaxation, inside and out, a clean and decently-sized swimming pool, a tennis court, a jacuzzi and a very pleasant garden. The rooms are very comfortable, the Wifi works very well, the breakfast is good. Off-street parking is available and the facility is well protected. The employees are very professional, friendly and competent.
This hotel is well worth the price and an ideal place to stay at the beginning and/or end of a trip to Windhoek. At the same, it should not just be considered as a one-nighter hotel, being a great base for one day trips to the surrounding area. The price-performance of this hotel is unbeatable.
Going towards the airport, Grever Street meets with Sam Nujoma Drive. Turn right, towards Windhoek and on the right hand side there are two very good restaurants: Andy’s (v.good Pizzas and German food) and O Pertuga (fantastic fish dishes). Both are good value for the quality of food one receives.

A tip for those that have never driven in Namibia before:
When travelling around, you may travel 50% of the distance on asphalt roads and 50% on gravel tracks, but from a time point of view you spend 80% of your time on the gravel roads. As a tourist you do need a raised, 4 wheel car to get around, ideally with an automatic gearbox and cruise control. These vehicles are more expensive than cars, but it is worth the difference because some places can simply not be reached using normal cars.
Fuel really should be bought when you see it. Letting the tank go under 50% full is not really a good idea, especially when you are not sure of the opening times and days of filling stations which may be 250 km away.
The Namibian roads are empty when you get out of town, especially the gravel roads. On several occasions we drove for over 3 hours and saw only 5 other vehicles. Also be aware that there are long stretches of repetitive landscape and passengers may need other distractions in order to keep them amused.
At some stage of your journey you may well be travelling between Swakopmund and Windhoek. This road is in good asphalted condition and well used. On the journey we took we saw 6 mobile radar traps so beware! Speeding tickets are expensive in Namibia!

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 15 October 2012

STayed there for one night in September . Was quite surprised to find such a "gem' in Windhoek . Totaly exceeded my expectations on quality, comfort and service. The rooms where immaculate and verry comfortable. Definitely my next residence for business in Windhoek.

Room Tip: The suites are a definite must . Parking was a bit of a problem.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Sam J
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Reviewed 28 August 2012

I am using this beautiful boutique hotel regularly for staying over and conferences. It is suitable for the serious business traveller and any couple looking for someplace special while they explore the capital city (I haven't seen many children around so I don't know what it is like for families with small children). Easy access and close to major attractions makes this first choice for me. Only serves breakfast but boy is it hearty! They also offer spa services.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled on business
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