Bahnhof Hotel Aus
|20 Luederitz Street, Aus
The Bahnhof Hotel was initially built in 1906. After extensive renovations in 2005 the Jewel of the Sperrgebiet is now shining in new splendour: 21 plain yet elegant decorated and immaculate clean rooms; excellent kitchen; inviting sundeck and historic bar; beer garden; modern conference facilities; remarkably friendly staff and a variety of activities are on offer. Consecutive HAN Bronze award winner from 2007 through to 2010, and a silver award in 2011/12/13.
Location: Aus is situated on the B4 trunk road connecting Helmeringhausen (123 km), Keetmanshoop (220 km), Rosh Pinah (160 km) and Luderitzbucht (123 km). The Bahnhof Hotel is located in the palmtree lined, tarred main road of Aus, opposite of the old railway station and the only filling station.
Service @ the hotel : Secure parking in the backyard; Day trips in and around Aus, including a breathtaking sundowner trip can be booked at the reception; free ADSL Wifi Internet access; friendly staff conveys the personal touch for which the Bahnhof Hotel is widely known for; aviation fuel and a airfield shuttle is available for aviation bound guests; musical performances with traditional songs by the local staff augment an unforgettable African evening. Our friendly team at "Bahnhof Hotel Aus" always awaits your visit - the surprise will be yours for sure.
Food / Drink / Restaurant : Accommodation includes breakfast, the kitchen is open throughout the day for always freshly prepared light meals as well as outstanding `a la carte dishes, daily fresh home baked bread and cakes, a large selection of South African wines, tastefully decorated restaurant, widely known friendly staff. Meals can also be enjoyed on the sundeck, in the sheltered beer garden or in the historic bar.
Attractions : The remnants of the South African built Prisoner of War Camp can still be seen as well as other fortifications relating to the tussle between the German Schutztruppe and South African Forces in 1915. The Commonwealth Graveyard is also a silent relic of that era. The Wild Horses of the Namib, which can be seen at a waterhole close by, are likewise said to have their derivation from those years
Accommodation: 21 en suite double rooms with 44 beds, elegant and tastefully decorated, inclusive of 1 wheelchair friendly unit and one 4 bed family room. Activities: Walking Trails, various Day Trips in and around Aus, unforgettable Sunset drives. RESERVATIONS: Ansonet Knoetze Kai-Koro Reservations | Tel: +264 64 461677 | Fax to E-mail: 088628792 | Emergencies only: +264 81 310 0822 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | Website: http://www.kai-kororeservations.yolasite.com