Unwind at Blue Whale

21 December 2020 | Business

Situated on millionaire’s lane in Walvis Bay, the Blue Whale Boutique Hotel is the epitome of luxury and has become the go-to venue for events of any kind.

A brand new Cocktail Lounge with 50 different cocktails to choose from adds to its dynamic itinerary. Interestingly each cocktail recipe is unique to the hotel.

The lounge offers intimate seating, basked in a soft blue light. On Friday nights, patrons can enjoy delicious on the tongue and light on the pocket specials on the cocktails.

Festive itinerary

This holiday season, the Blue Whale Hotel will host a variety of events, subjected to space and regulations.

Starting 27 November, the hotel will present live music performances on selected Friday evenings with local artists serenading guests.

To officially welcome the festive season, the hotel will put on a Christmas in Paris event, starting from 1 December.

A variety of events and specials will be bringing Paris to the shores of Walvis Bay throughout the month of December at the hotel.

On 24 December, the hotel will be hosting Carols by Candlelight and at Christmas Lunch on 25 December, each guest will be able to enjoy Paris cuisine and will receive a special gift.

On Family Day the little ones can enjoy games, while mom and dad relish on delicacies from the kitchen.

To end the year and welcome the New Year the hotel visitors will be treated to a ‘Paris - City of Lights’ event. A countdown will take place to welcome the New Year. The ladies are encouraged to dress to impress.

Bookings are essentials for all events at Blue Whale, as there is limited space available.

Liesl Losper, the general manager of Blue Whale says the hotel and its staff is committed to ensure visitors can relax and re-group over the festive season after the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The locals and those on holiday are most welcome to join the Blue Whale family for an experience they will never forget. Our friendly front desk staff are ready to assist our guest in all their needs.”


The hotel boasts with 19 en-suite rooms of which four suites have a direct view of the Walvis Bay lagoon.

Decorated in blue and white, the elegance of the rooms immediately has you at ease and ready to kick off your shoes and relax. Rooms are equipped with a mini fridge, a large flat screen television as well as air-conditioning.

The hotel offers DStv as well as Netflix, giving guests a variety of entertainment to choose from.

The bathroom and shower is spacious and equipped with amenities.

Wining and dining

The bar area offers terrace seating where the in-house cocktails specially mixed by the hotel's mixologists can be enjoyed.

The restaurant also offers terrace seating with a view of the lagoon. A breakfast a la charte menu, light meals, soup and catch of the day is available. The entrees menu consists of delectable dishes including chicken, pork, beef and seafood. The restaurant also caters for the little ones, with the menu selections named after the popular television cartoon SpongeBob Sqaurepants.

The Blue Whale Prawn Platter, made up of pan fried prawns in the chef’s marinate and served on soy bean with fried rice is just one of many delicious specialities available at the hotel.

Blue Whale Hotel also boast with a 1.2 metre deep swimming pool where you can cool off after a hot day.

Make sure you set a date this festive season and celebrate it in style with the Blue Whale Boutique Hotel.

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