About C'est Si Bon Hotel
C’est Si Bon is a French expression describing that which is beautiful. The lovely C’est Si Bon Hotel is situated in the town of Otjiwarongo, the cheetah capital of the world. As a doorstep to Namibia’s North, the hotel caters for the holidaymaker, the family, the business traveller and the conference delegate alike.
C’est Si Bon Hotel is the perfect stopover en route to Namibia’s lush water-rich Caprivi and Etosha National Park, and introduces both the business traveller as well as tourists to this natural splendour of the region. Guests have a choice of staying in one of the 18 Hotel Rooms or in one of the 21 Lodge Rooms.
Each air-conditioned room is equipped with a TV with selected DStv as well as tea and coffee facilities. All Hotel Rooms feature bar fridges as well as parking in front of the rooms, while only some Lodge Rooms offer these facilities. Hotel Rooms are furnished with three-quarter beds and the Lodge Rooms have single or double beds, with free Internet connection is available throughout the hotel.
The restaurant offers an à la carte menu and is open all day for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon snacks. An outside lunch and dining area is situated near the swimming pool which features palm trees, rock features and a waterfall set in beautiful, lush gardens with exotic birds in large enclosures. Full bar facilities and tennis courts are also available.
Come and experience this ambience of relaxation and subtle joy for yourself. Let the blended atmosphere embrace and recharge you, while enjoying C'est Si Bon Hotel Namibian hospitality.
Conference Venues: Our conference hall provides conference seating for a maximum of 250 delegates in theatre-style seating, while the lapa provides conference seating for up to 60 delegates in theatre-style seating.
Family friendly: We have Family Rooms and a nice swimming pool where the kids can swim and parents relax in the sun
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling