The 105 Hollywood twin rooms, 6 suites, 39 luxury rooms or the double storey Presidential Suite offer respite from the desert environment, and are en-suite and fully equipped with individual air conditioning, mini bar, tea/ coffee facilities, direct dialling phone, hair dryer, razor plug, DSTV and balcony.
The Windhoek Hotel and Country Club takes visitors’ culinary needs very seriously. Gilles Bernard, the Executive Chef, hails from the southwest of France and has extensive experience in the international hotel industry. The Kokerboom Restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner (a la carte menu or scrumptious buffet). The Terrace and Pool Bar serve light meals and sundowners and you are spoilt with a view across the surrounding area. The Coffee Lounge is worth a visit if you are a serious coffee lover. For those who are into oriental cuisine, visit the Chez Wou Restaurant. Ellington’s Jazz Lounge offers a wide range of drinks and cigars – the ideal place to wind down.
As you would expect, the Windhoek Hotel and Country Club offers facilities such as same day laundry, dry cleaning and valet services, a casino, 24-hour room service, 18-hole golf course, doctor on call, swimming pool, tennis courts, cinema, reflexologist, gym, babysitting and a games room for older children, hair salon, car rental, safe parking, office and secretarial support, as well as wi-fi.
Most people who visit Namibia spend a night in Windhoek or in Windhoek Hotel and Country Club in particular, before visiting Swakopmund on the coast. The Stiltz in Swakopmund is very special lodge on the Swakop River. Also within a day from Windhoek is Canon Lodge near the Fish River Canyon, the world's second largest canyon after the Grand Canyon. The main atraction in namibia are the very large Etosha national Park and you will most likely wants to visit the central rest camp Halali after your stay at Windhoek Hotel and Country Club.
Fly from Windhoek to Gaborone the capital city of Botswana. In Gaborone the Big Five Lodge offers affordable accommodation while Mokolodi Nature Reserve offers self-catering (self contained) accommodation. Khama Rhino Sanctuary is an eco-tourism destination near Serowe. They offer self-catering (self contained) accommodation in a small game reserve between Orapa and Serowe.
If you plan a visit to the South African Wildcoast after your stay at Windhoek Hotel and Country Club you will need to overnight en-route. Upington is a possibility or Gables Inn in Colesberg in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. Bains Game Lodge is a luxury overnight hotel on a small game farm in Bloemfontein in the Freestate province of South Africa, but lies slightly off your route to Umngazi River Lodge, a luxury family destination on the Transkei Wildcoast of the Eastern Cape.
In Zimbabwe the Windhoek Hotel and Country Club recommends various lodges and hotels. The best might be to fly from Windhoek to Harare and to spend your first night at the Rainbow Towers Hotel. This is a luxury, world class, five star hotel. From here you can visit highlights such as Victoria Falls where A'Zambezi River Lodge is the best accommodation on offer - perhaps not the most luxurious, but this is excellent lodge is on the banks of the Zambezi. If you want to visit Lake Kariba you can stay at Kulizwe Lodge, a very affordable self-catering lodge in Binga along the southern shores of the lake. From Harare you can also visit the Eastern Highlands with its magnificent views. Stay at Inn On Rupurara which is a boutique hotel.