Luderitz Nest Hotel


The exceptional Luderitz Nest Hotel is located in the picturesque desert and seaside town Luderitz. The hallmarks of the Luderitz Nest Hotel are its superb location and the fine comforts it offers.


The celebrated Penguin Restaurant has earned its reputation for its fresh seafood. It treats the discerning guests’ palates to fresh, locally caught fish, delicious lobster and select mussels.


Apart from seafood delicacies, superb international creations provide culinary variety. The Penguin’s read more » excellent South African wine and sparkling wine selection perfectly accompanies a scrumptious dining experience.


Oysters are best enjoyed on the scenic Oyster Bar’s sundeck. The panoramic view of the infinite Atlantic Ocean reaching for the horizon and the fresh, salty air are the best seasoning mix imaginable.


Incidentally, the ocean view is not limited to the bar’s sundeck. Almost every spot on the hotel grounds enjoys the privilege. Even the Nest Hotel’s sauna allows you to break a sweat while enjoying the view.


To cool down again, you may either take a splash in the hotel’s swimming pool, which is beautifully set in the courtyard, or bath in the Atlantic Ocean with the option to relax on the hotel’s private beach afterwards.


A playground caters for the little guest’s entertainment and the town centre is only a short walk away. Having enjoyed a sumptuous dinner, you can take walk down the beach or stroll into the centre for a drink.


The Luderitz Nest Hotel is under German management. A security team protects the hotel 24 hours a day; the distinguished guest’s security is taken very seriously. On your request, transports to the airport can be arranged.


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The Luderitz Nest Hotel’s 70 comfortable double rooms and the three suites all feature a breathtaking view of the endless expanse of the Atlantic Ocean. An air-conditioning system keeps the temperatures read more » pleasantly low and a satellite television and a radio provide entertainment.


The finely-appointed bathrooms are equipped with both a shower and a bathtub as well as a hair dryer. The soft, warm towels on the heatable towel rack are pure bliss after a shower. Most of the elegant rooms additionally feature a scenic balcony.


Special needs and special requests never fall on deaf ears at the Luderitz Nest Hotel: non-smoking rooms as well as three rooms designed for handicapped guests are available. A telephone and tea and coffee preparing facilities complete the room’s amenities.


Not only holidaymaker’s needs are catered for. Perfect for conferences and business meetings, the hotel offers three elegant conference rooms equipped with state-of-the-art technology.


The service is remarkably friendly, attentive and unobtrusive and has repeatedly received praise from our guests. In the early evening, a popular meeting point is the Sunset Bar which commands a stunning view of the sun sinking into the ocean.


It is the perfect setting for a romantic moment and a cocktail mixed to perfection. No matter whether your principal interest lies in relaxation or in exploring the adventurous region, the Luderitz Nest Hotel caters for every taste.


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The Luderitz Nest Hotel is an ideal basis for a multitude of leisure activities and excursions. Just one of many possible sports activities is windsurfing off the hotel’s private beach.


Luderitz and read more » the Luderitz Bay boast countless fascinating attractions and the quaint flair of a colonial settlement. For example, a visit to the museum and the Goerke House are highly recommendable.


Stop by the celebrated historic stone church build in 1911 and stroll down the new waterfront and Achat Beach. The beach is well-known for its sand roses crafted from crystallised plaster.


Yet another attraction is Dias Point. Absolutely obligatory is the trip out to the eerie ghost town Kolmanskop, hidden deep in the desert. In the old days, the town used to be the hub of Namibia’s flourishing diamante industry.


The fifty five metre high Bogenfels, which translates into Elbow Rock, is an awe-inspiring sight. If ghost towns fuel your imagination, you might also want to visit Pomona.


Board a sailing yacht and join a romantic cruise to Halifax Island. The trip is not only relaxing but also educative: The Island is home to more than 1200 charming Black-Footed Penguins.


With just a little luck on your side, you may also spot dolphins, seals and, in the right season, possibly even whales. Back on dry ground, a trip into the Namib Desert in the direction of Aus will afford you the privilege of seeing the famous wild desert horses from up close.


A last highlight for the adventurous: Join an exciting guided 4x4 tour through the Namib Desert’s rugged terrain to Saddle Hill and Spencer Bay. An experienced guide will accompany the self-catering tour but you will be behind the wheel of you own desert-conquering all-terrain vehicle.


The rough terrain makes the 140 kilometres an incredibly long drive. However, the route rewards you with stunningly remote beaches, ancient ship wrecks and some fantastic off-road driving experiences.


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