The main idea throughout all renovation and modernization efforts was to maintain the original building by architect and builder Hermann Wille as much as possible. Herman Wille played a strong role in creating the face of Swakopmund, with buildings like the Adlerapotheke, (1909), the pastors’ house (1911), the German School and the extension of the Hotel Fürst Bismark (1913).
The feeling of history combined with modern comfort
If Hotel Eberwein is one of your destinations on your trip through fascinating Namibia, you will immediately immerse yourself into the atmosphere of the starting 20th century. You can start your sightseeing tour of the most beautiful spots of the coastal town directly in front of the doorstep. You can comfortably walk to many restaurants, cafes and bars directly from the hotel.
A comfortable lounge invites hotel guests to share their travel experiences over first class South-African wine or fresh beer on tap. A generous breakfast provides a good start to your day. Hotel guests can park safely in an underground garage.