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Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel in Klein Windhoek will open in July, says Brena Munro, sales & marketing director.

“The elegant 43-bedroom hotel wraps around a heritage building, creating an inviting courtyard. This design complements its historic character, while modern amenities ensure the utmost comfort,” says Brena.

Room configurations comprise of 12 Courtyard Fountain Level rooms, 15 Courtyard Upper Level rooms, four Courtyard View rooms and five Loft rooms which sleeps two people per room. There are also five Family Loft rooms which can accommodate four people per loft, two Terrace (3 bedrooms) which sleeps six. The hotel total accommodation is 104 guests.

Courtyard Fountain Level rooms have a terrace on courtyard, a balcony on courtyard for Courtyard Upper Level rooms. Courtyard View rooms have mountain or city views. Loft rooms have kitchenette, lounge and a loft bedroom. The Family loft rooms have sleeper sofa for children in lounge and the Terrace rooms have a private pool.

Facilities in the hotel include a spa, a restaurant, wine bar and lounge, and the conference center.

The two conference rooms have a capacity to hold 100 delegates each, and the rooftop venue can accommodate up to 40 delegates. There is a complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel for guests.

Am Weinberg Boutique Hotel is located 13 Jan Jonker Road, Klein Windhoek, Namibia. Its located 20 minutes-drive away from Hosea Kutako International Airport.

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