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Hotel Heinitzburg

Kleinschalige maar sfeervolle accommodatie.

Vanaf € 91,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info


Over Hotel Heinitzburg

Hier verblijft u in een van de meest bijzondere hotels van Windhoek. Het Hotel Heintizburg heeft 16 kamers en heeft een elegante uitstraling. Het hotel heeft in 2009 een complete renovatie ondergaan, alle kamers hebben een individueel karakter en zijn van alle gemakken voorzien. Geniet u van het fenomenabele uitzicht over de stad tijdens een high-tea op het terras. Een verfrissende duik in het zwembad zal een verademing zijn. De wijnkelder is uitgehouwen uit de rotsen van de berg en herbergt één van de grootste collecties Zuid-Afrikaanse wijnen in Namibië. Tijdens een heerlijk diner in het Leo's at the Castle restaurant kijkt u uit over de mooi verlichte stad. De service in dit hotel is voortreffelijk.

Hotel Heinitzburg
v.a. € 91 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Airco, televisie, kluisje, televisie, ingerichte badkamer met douche.

Superior Deluxe (Poolside)
Zoals Deluxe, ruimer met geïntegreerde douche.

Zoals Deluxe, ingericht voor familie.


Gelegen in de richtige buitenwijk Avis en op enkele minuten rijden van Windhoek.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Bar
• Wine Cellar
• Zwembad
• Laundry-service
• Oppasservice
• Massage
• WiFi

Windhoek is de hoofdstad van Namibië en ligt op een hoogte van 1650 meter. Vroeger was Windhoek het hoofdkwartier van een van de belangrijkste Hottenhot-hoofden die zich tegen de Duitse vooruitgang verzetten. Tegenwoordig is Windhoek een vooruitstrevende, moderne, Zuid-Afrikaans lijkende stad. Het heeft vele oude koloniale gebouwen weten te beschermen, waaronder "Die Alte Feste", eens een fort maar nu een museum. Er zijn ook vele winkels en hotels.

"Tranquility in a sea of tranquility"

After a long day, up early ...to airport to catch flight to Namibia, normal check in stresses and a flight to Namibia we felt a tad flat by the time we arrived at the hotel. Great reception by staff and the Suites were very comfortable( Bit of an odd odor prevailed the room for awhile until the aircon helped dissipate it)-nice view from the "veranda area over the city and surrounds.Well worth visiting-clean , comfortable and spacious

"Great views and room but ...."

We stayed at the Heinitzburg on our first night in Namibia. What a great way to start a trip to Namibia. This hotel is situated high on a hill above the centre of Windhoek, with fantastic views across the city from the Garden Terrace where you can have lunch, afternoon tea or drinks at sunset. Both the night and day views are fantastic. Our bedroom (room 2) was very comfortable and nicely decorated. Facilities include a small swimming pool, also on a terrace with views. The hotel is designed and built around the original medieval castle constructed in 1915. On arrival, we were greeted with a glass of sparkling wine and “amuse bouche”, we then had a wonderful late lunch on the Garden Terrace. We shared the best traditional Flammekueche (Tarte Flambe) we have ever had. Until that point everything had been perfect, unfortunately things changed a bit. The staff were keen for us to book a table at Leo’s at the Castle, their gourmet restaurant. Having travelled for the last 24 hours we were not keen to commit to a full diner and asked if we could have a light dinner on the Garden Terrace. The answer was no, as it was too cold to dine outside (however, they did serve breakfast outside the next morning when the temperature was less than 10c!). The only option was Leo or a trip to a restaurant in town. After checking out the menu and only finding rich and complex dishes, I again asked if we could have light dishes, such as those on the lunch menu. No, was the answer, we could only have dishes that were on the dinner menu. After much discussion, the only option we could agree on was to have dinner on the Garden Terrace with the lunch menu, but we had to sit down by 6.30pm and order by sunset 6.45pm (earlier than we wanted). We accepted this option and had an excellent dinner, the staff were great, even offering us blankets to keep warm as it did get chilly after sunset. The view and ambiance were fantastic. In our view, what was setup to be a unique and fantastic experience was marred by a inflexible and stubborn approach to our, the customers, needs. Would it have been so difficult to serve us a steak and salad in the restaurant? We would consider staying here again as the hotel is great, however we would be hoping for a bit more of a flexible approach to how they handle requests from their guests. They need to understand that not every guest wants a formal gourmet meal every night, especially after 24 hours of traveling. I should add that I did ask to talk to the manager, but was told he had left for the day (this was at 5pm). Note, this review is one of many from a trip to Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique undertaken in Sep/Oct 2016.


After taking a safari for 2 weeks around the country, staying in this luxurious hotel was made even sweeter after some of our camping! Expensive but worth it, the food menu was also incredible - hard to leave the comfort of our own beds!

"Best Panoramic View of Windhoek"

So glad to have my last meal in Namibia (after 3 week trip) in this beautiful, historic hotel. Tried their Springbok Carpaccio (115 rand) - it was a very generous serving and so delicious. They also had an impressive cellar that can hold a private party. The staff were very efficient and friendly. Should I make it back to Namibia, will definitely stay here for a night to enjoy it's ideal location and restaurant.

"Amazing menu in the restaurant"

I did not stay here but we had a fabulous dinner and wine tasting. The views from the terrace are great but we were more concerned with the delicious menu. The game for both starter and main course was beautifully cooked and presented.

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