Brand new hotel for Walvis Bay

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28 January 2019 | Local News

The Iris Boutique Hotel & Restaurant situated across the stunning Walvis Bay lagoon recently opened its doors.

The Iris is the perfect destination for the tourist experiencing the wonders of Namibia, and a comfortable resting place for the business traveller and the local residents alike.

General manager Filipe Clara said: “Our guests, local residents, business people or day visitors, are welcome to enjoy a freshly prepared breakfast buffet, day-time menu and à la carte menu at the restaurant that has a specific concept and offers a unique dining experience: A perfect ambience in a very relaxing environment with weekly live music by local performers.”

The Iris Bar is one of the main features, designed by Pieter Fox and Filipe Clara. The exclusive Whiskey Lounge offers a unique experience of comfort and warmth, with the main focus on high-end whiskey blends and cognacs.

“We offer two sea view rooms, one family room, two twin rooms, two double bed rooms and a honeymoon suite. Each of our elegantly designed rooms are fitted with rain showers, massage showers or baths for ultimate relaxation. Each room is also equipped with air conditioning and central heating. You can enjoy free WiFi, television, Nespresso and conditioning body products,” Clara said.

A multitude of migratory seabirds feed only metres away from the venue. Leisure and sports activities such as kayaking, marine and dolphin cruises, 4x4 desert tours and quadbiking can also be arranged on request, as well as assistance with airport transfers or car hire.

Reservations are essential for the Restaurant and Whiskey Lounge. Find more info on the website @irisgroup.com.na and social media, or call +264 207 700.

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