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TravelPod Member ReviewsHansa Hotel Swakopmund
After a full day driving, we got two rooms at Hansa. The hotel was almost fully booked and we could only stay for 2 of 4 nights we've been at the town. The staff is very helpful and found the best rooms for us. The restaurant is superb for breakfast and dinner! Even in the two nights we didn't sleep at the hotel, we were back for dinner.
Really a great experience.
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