Namibia is stunning. But this national park resort, sadly, fits the stereotype of what you get when government operated. The room we had (premium) was lovely in setting (right next to a waterhole) and in design (2 bedroom chalet/loft), BUT not well maintained or serviced. We had a toilet and shower that didn't operate correctly downstairs and an A/C that didn't work properly (leaked water all over/had to turn off) upstairs. It's really too bad, because if they had responded to our complaints that things were broken it would have been okay...we "get it" that things break. What we don't appreciate, when paying top dollar for a room, is poor service. The reception ladies were insolent and apathetic...and basically dismissed us with their disregard. Our package was a breakfast, dinner and room; food was just okay...buffet style (lots of bees and moths flying around). I recommend that you stay outside the park.
- Also Known As:
- Okaukuejo Hotel Etosha National Park
- Okaukuejo Resort Etosha National Park