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Sossus Dune Lodge

De Sossus Dune Lodge is gelegen in het Namib-Naukluft Park zelf. De locatie is uniek, want u kijkt uit over de rode zandduinen van de Sossusvlei.

Vanaf € 123,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
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  • Sossus Dune Lodge, Chalet
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Over Sossus Dune Lodge

Our favorite

Een verblijf in het Sossus Dune Lodge heeft zeker zijn voordelen. Doordat de lodge in het park zelf ligt, kunt u al voor zonsopgang op pad en tot na zonsondergang blijven. Op zo'n 4 kilometer van de ingang bij Sesriem liggen de 25 chalets van de lodge. Ze zijn door een houten wandelpad met elkaar en het hoofdgebouw verbonden. De kamers zijn Afrikaans ingericht in de stijl van een traditionele Ovambo-hut met canvas en een rieten dak. De voorzijde van elk chalet is van glas en de veranda heeft een magnifiek uitzicht over de omgeving met de duinen. Het zwembad kan een verfrissende uitwerking hebben nadat u de duinen beklommen heeft. In het restaurant kunt u genieten van een maaltijd met een goed glas wijn. De lodge organiseert tours door het park onder begeleiding van een gids (tegen betaling).

Kenmerken

  • rust en natuur
  • stijl en design
Hotelnaam:
Sossus Dune Lodge
Plaats/regio:
Sossusvlei
Code:
H17230
Klasse:
Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 123 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

Dune Chalet
Kluisje, klamboe, loungegedeelte, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche en föhn, ruime veranda, uitzicht op de zandduinen of de bergen.

Honeymoon Chalet
Kluisje, klamboe, loungegedeelte, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche en föhn, ruime veranda, uitzicht op de zandduinen of de bergen.

Ligging

Gelegen in het Namib-Naukluft Park, op zo'n 4 kilometer van de ingang te Sesriem.

Aantal kamers

25

Faciliteiten

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Zwembad

Activiteiten

  • Zonsondergang in de woestijn
  • Wandelingen onder begeleiding van een ervaren gids
  • Sterren kijken

De beroemde Sossusvlei bevindt zich in het Namib Naukluft Park.  De openingstijden zijn vanaf zonsopgang tot een uur na zonsondergang. De Sossusvlei is de plek waar een smalle, over het algemeen droge rivierbedding in tijden van flinke regenval de zanderige vlakte omtovert in een klein meer. De meeste accommodaties in dit gebied bevinden zich in de omgeving van de plaatsen Solitaire en Sesriem, op 30-60 kilometer afstand van de Sossusvlei.

"Excellent location, wonderful views"

   07-05-2017
We spent two nights at Sossus Dune Lodges. We loved how the lodge almost blends into the scenery. It was nice to already be inside of the park each day and not have to wait in the line to get in at sunrise. Our chalet was comfortable and the view was amazing. We ate dinner at sunset both nights and it was spectacular. The food was excellent. We did not take part in the buffet breakfast since we got an early start both days, but the staff prepared a breakfast to go for us which was perfect. The pool was very relaxing. Staff was friendly and helpful. We loved siting on the patio at night and looking at the stars.

"Superb location average management"

   11-04-2017
Having the best location and a superb product this place has been poorly managed.The lady who checked us in was not with it at all. She gave us information on the pool and towels and when we told her we did not bring swimming costumes and we would not need towels she went through the same spiel again. I did stay here 5 years ago and man does it look tired. The chalet's are very spacious but the maintenance is poor. Sheets and pillows where badly stained. Breakfast was very poor and the buffet was covered with fly's. The breakfast team was one of the worst during my 4 weeks in Namibia. Our waiters during dinner so different. Friendly and quick. Dinner was ok.

"Worth staying at for the wonderful location"

   31-03-2017
It is worth staying at this Lodge because of its position in the National Park. This means that you can access the Sossusvlei dunes for sunrise and sunset. If you stay outside of the Park you have to wait until it opens and be out before it closes. The Lodge rooms are large and have everything you need - with comfortable beds, a good shower and large bathroom with a private terrace where you can sit and watch the wonderful view and, particularly, the stars at night - breathtaking. There is a fan in the room which slightly helps with the intense heat (it reached 39 degrees while we were there). The disappointment was the poor and rather inefficient service. The staff, altho' pleasant individually, need greater motivation and training. It took us 1 hour to get our drinks and starter on the first evening (and there were only about 10 people in the restaurant). What is the manager doing? The menu is very limited - one starter, two main courses (both with the same vegetables so if you don't want couscous that is all there is!) and one desert. It feels like lazy and unimaginative catering. But we coped with this because of the position of the Lodge. On balance we would make the same decision again!

"Great location inside the National Park with excellent views"

   28-03-2017
A string of thatched "huts" either side of the main dining and bar area owned by the state chain of lodges. The spacious accommodation huts are beginning to look a little tired but very pleasant nonetheless. Did wonder why given the huge ablutions area why the loo was tucked in its own closet. Not given to claustrophobia this closet did bring me close to it! The pool is NOT a turquoise job but a clever light brown fitting in with the landscape. The location inside the park meant we were in and out of Dead Veil before the sun came over the dunes and the heat arrived. Perhaps most importantly we had the place virtually to ourselves, leaving for a breakfast at the end of the river bed before everyone else arrived. A bit more tricky if you're leaving very early for a hot air balloon ride at 6am. Gate guard had to be woken to exit!

"Luxury - it is NOT"

   28-03-2017
This is an expensive accommodation; until recently, NWR website used to describe it as luxurious chalet. The notion of luxury shouldn't even be in the picture. Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury. This place has no air-conditioning at all – anywhere, including the restaurant and lounge. Heat during the day goes up to 38-40C. It was impossible to have a snooze during day time because it was way too hot. It was also extremely difficult to sleep at night for the same reason. It was like sitting and sleeping in an oven. You are advised not to open the windows at night because of baboons (not that we saw one) and other creepy crawlies. The fan was useless – all it did was to recirculate the hot air. The food at the restaurant was, at best, mediocre. Dinner was average to bad; breakfast was equally bad. After the first night, we drove to the neighbouring Sesreim Camp for dinner and watched some football. Food was better and the atmosphere was more vibrant. Since Sesreim Camp and Sossus Dune Lodge are inside the park, it is OK to drive after sunset. Unfortunately, this is a government monopoly. If you want to catch sunrise or sunset at Sossusvlei, you have to stay at this lodge as it is the only one inside the national park. (If you are camping, you can stay at Sesreim Camp). The gate to the national park opens at sunrise and closes at sunset. Guests at Sossus Dune Lodge and Sesreim Camp are allowed to drive one hour before sunrise and one hour after sunset, giving you time to get to your destination. (The truth is you need slightly more than one hour to get from the lodge to reach and climb Big Daddy. More like 75-80 minutes). After two nights, we were more than glad to leave this 'luxury' behind.


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