Monday, June 9, 2014

The Amazing Hotel Heinitzburg in Namibia

 History

When Count von Schwerin commissioned castle
Heinitzburg for his fiance, Margarethe von Heinitz in 1914,
love was his inspiration, elegance was his achievement.

The Raith family name has long been associated
with tradition of excellence in hospitality
and exquisite cuisine.

:Accommodation:

 The Heinitzburg today offers 16 spacious generously appointed en-suite rooms, each individually decorated,
leaving no two rooms looking the same!
Each room has individual air-conditioning / heating
unit, direct telephone, electronic safe, mini bar,
Flatscreen TV with Satellite channels.
The “Superior” Deluxe rooms have bath with
integrated showers, whilst the Deluxe rooms
all have a walk in shower.

:Restaurants:

 

Leo's at the Castle
The Gourmet Restaurant overlooks the skyline of the
Capitol city and varied cuisine is served ranging from
local to international √° la Carte, a true celebration
of the senses.

Garden Terrace
Along with a superb view over the city and the surrounding mountains, meals,coffee and cakes from our patisserie
are served throughout the day. Snacks and sundowner cocktails are also served on this viewpoint with
marvelous vistas of spectacular sunsets.

Wine Cellar
The pride of the castle the - Wine Cellar – bears the largest collection of carefully selected South African vintages in Namibia, The cellar is built into the mountain rock and
is the ideal meeting place for smaller groups.

Knight's Room
This exclusive venue is situated in the original castle
and features authentic historical artwork.

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