About Roof of Africa Hotel
Conveniently situated within walking distance of Windhoek City Centre, you will find The Roof of Africa Hotel and Conference Centre.
The hotel offers guests a choice of 25 well appointed rooms that are divided into three categories - Standard, Deluxe and Luxury. All the rooms are serviced daily and equipped with air-conditioning and heating, telephones, satellite TV's, safes, tea-and-coffee facilities and free Wi-Fi internet connections.
The lovely restaurant serves scrumptious buffet and a la carte meals daily. The restaurant and fully-stocked bar have underfloor heating and cooling to maintain a pleasant temperature for visitors throughout the year. The fireplaces add to the cosy atmosphere in the winter. The attractive Beer Garden is ideal for special functions such as birthday parties, weddings, special occasions and company dinners. The Beer Garden can also be decorated according to a specific theme. Alternatively, the upstairs section of the restaurant is perfect for those smaller, more intimate occasions. Braai facilities are also available.
The swimming pool is solar heated during winter. Guests can also make use of the sauna or relax while reading a book under the lapa. The fully-equipped conference facility can cater for up to 100 delegates in two rooms. Modern conferencing equipment is available and everything can be set up as per request.
The hotel offers a selection of tours in and around Windhoek and all tours include transportation, petrol, a driver and a welcome drink. Enjoy overnight tours to interesting locations like Etosha and Sossesvlei with reliable tour operators.
A selection of restaurants, shops and banks are located nearby. Airport or city transfers are also available on request. The Roof of Africa is ideal for both business and leisure travellers alike. It is a comfortable hotel with a warm, friendly, and welcoming atmosphere.
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