Villa Margherita is a comfortable and stylishly designed guest house in the centre of Swakopmund, conveniently close to the town's restaurants, activities and shops, with just eight individually decorated and very contemporary bedrooms and suites.
Villa Margarita is found in a traditional German House in Swakopmund
Close to the heart of Swakopmund
Rooms with interconnect for famillies
Tranquil garden to relax
Explore Swakopmund’s surrounding area and dunes, perhaps visiting Walvis Bay with the opportunity to see seals, dolphins and even whales. Villa Margherita, opened in 2008, is an Italian-owned, stylish guest house perfect for those wishing to explore this quaint German town and partake in some of the many activities on offer here.
The guest house has its own excellent restaurant, Il Tulipano, which needs to be pre-booked and serves delicious and original food, or you can choose to visit one of Swakopmund’s many excellent restaurants – we are very happy to make recommendations!
The villa itself is an antique colonial villa in the heart of Swakpmund. Having only 8 bedrooms you really have the feeling of been in a boutique, historic hotel with wonderful attentive service. There is even a professional masseuse on site until 8pm every day to ensure the relaxation of guests.
When to visit
Relax in the tranquil garden and watch the birds fly in for a drink
Our Top Tours Featuring This Hotel
Namibia Mobile Safari
Immerse yourself in the epic wildernesses of Namibia, where your only neighbours are the desert elephants wandering in the distance. Break away from the norm on this journey to some of the most remote camps in Africa, where few tred. Meet with bushmen in the rolling Kalahari, watch the blazing Milky Way in the NamibRand Desert before leaving the map behind on a mobile camping adventure across the wilds of Damaraland and the Skeleton Coast. Say goodbye to convention on this truly unique escape.
Top Things to Do Nearby
Kayaking with Seals
The Lagoon at Walvis Bay offers a marine haven for birds and marine creatures. A morning kayak safari, when the water is calm is one of the best ways to observe the Cape fur seal colonies & flamingos. Dolphins and pelicans are also regularly spotted.