Located on quiet Olof Street in the upscale Eros neighborhood of Windhoek, House on Olof Palme is a stylish and comfortable B & B devoted to providing true Namibian hospitality.
Accommodations at the hotel consist of seven lovely double rooms. There are also family rooms which are made up of standard double rooms connected by a door. Each room is elegantly furnished and comes with an en suite bathroom. Other amenities include a hair dryer, individual air-conditioning, free wireless and broadband connectivity, satellite television, and mini bar.
This charming B & B is situated on the outskirts of Windhoek where the local birds and even kudu can be found, yet still remains close to city center. Once a German colony, vestiges of Windhoek’s colonial heritage can be seen in the proliferation of German buildings scattered throughout the city. Frequently used as a jumping off place for Namibian safaris, the city offers its own exciting sights such as Christuskirche, the old Lutheran church; the National Gallery of Namibia; the craft market in Post Street Mall; and the unique beer garden at Joe’s Beer House since the city is the brewing capital of the country.