The capital and largest city in Namibia, Windhoek, is a welcome patch of green in the desert. With it initially being colonised by pastoral communities and then years later being colonised once more by the Imperial German Army, there is a unique blend of historical architecture that often stands out in sharp contrast to the modern high rises that have been developed around the city in recent times.
Windhoek is the hub of political, social and economic activity within Namibia, which is why you can expect to find government and business headquarters at the heart of this vibrant city. This makes Windhoek a popular destination for business travel, especially considering the well-situated Hosea Kutako International Airport, making getting in and out of Windhoek convenient.
Whether you’re in Windhoek for business or as a stop-over on your journey through Namibia be sure to check out some of the main attractions, which include the famous Christuskirche German Church in the city centre, wildlife-rich Daan Viljoen Game Park, the historic Heinitzburg Castle or have a picnic lunch in popular Zoo Park.
Town Lodge Windhoek is easily accessible from all major airports and is a stone throw from the CBD. With 147 stylishly appointed rooms and delicious breakfast on offer every morning, to fuel you up for business or adventure, the city that fuses urban-life with African culture won’t disappoint.