The Eberwein Hotel is situated close to the center of the town of Swakopmund.
Eberwein Hotel: Our full report
A former house close to the centre of town, the Eberwein Hotel was transformed into a privately owned hotel in December 1999.
Rooms are clean and bright, with cheery pastel pink a dominant theme. Each has a TV, a minibar, a fan, a hairdryer, tea and coffee facilities and underfloor heating. All rooms have en-suite showers and are clean and bright, and some are Victorian in style with high ceilings.
The main areas include a cosy bar, a breakfast area and a roof terrace. All bookings here are on a B&B basis, so there is no longer a restaurant, although there are many close by in Swakopmund town.
Overall the Eberwein is a fairly standard hotel, which makes for a comfortable one or two night stop in Swakopmund.
Ideal length of stay: 1-2 nights
Directions: The Eberwein Hotel is on the corner of Otavi Street and sam Nujoma Avenue in Swakopmund town centre.
Food & drink
Usual board basis: B&B
Dining style: Individual Tables
Dining locations: Indoor Dining
Power supply: Mains Electricity
Health & safety
Malarial protection recommended: No
Medical care: There are doctors and a hospital in Swakopmund.
Dangerous animals: Low Risk
Disabled access: On Request