All Comments for Aloe Travel Lodge

Reviews 4 of 4
Marietjie strydom, South Africa - 04 January 2016
Lodge needs a little TLC but comfortable stay.
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Johan De Bruin, South Africa - 27 December 2014
Enjoyed the fact that we were the only group using the lodge. Rooms were clean and comfortable except for the mosquito problem. The living area are the only place that are maintained whilst the rest of the lodge are neglected.
Tiger Pieters, South Africa - 24 January 2014
We had a pleasant stay for the night. Just a pity that the receptionist at the time had a bad attitude and did not make you feel very welcome and she was not very helpful with directions to the unit. She also wanted to charge us more for the accommodation than was agreed upon via SafariNow.
Graham Currie, South Africa - 22 April 2012
A nice clean and comfortable place to stay after a long trip from South Africa.

Aloe Travel Lodge
Situated on nine hectares of bushveld on the outskirts of Windhoek, Aloe Travel Lodge provides a peaceful and quiet setting, just a few minutes away from major shopping centres. We offer comfortable and affordable accommodation comprising two self-catering chalets.

The units are equipped with en-suite bathrooms, fridges, DStv and tea and coffee facilities, with ample secure parking provided. In addition, the chalets also offer a private barbecue and a small kitchen equipped with a sink, microwave and fridge. Features include a swimming pool and a children’s play park, with a new restaurant, conference facilities and campsites in the planning stages.