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    Sossus Dune Lodges

    | Namib-Naukluft Park, Sesriem, Namibia
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    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
    Traveller (439)
    Room & Suite (126)
    Pool & Beach (12)
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    Overview

    • Excellent37%
    • Very good43%
    • Average12%
    • Poor4%
    • Terrible2%
    Travellers talk about
    “big daddy” (34 reviews)
    “long walk” (16 reviews)
    “sossus dune” (13 reviews)
    Free Parking
    Breakfast included
    Pool
    Restaurant
    Bar/Lounge
    4 Star Hotel
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    Sossusvlei Lodge
    769 reviews
    #2 of 8 Speciality lodging in Sesriem
     
    Hammerstein Lodge
    91 reviews
    #1 of 1 hotels in Sesriem
     
    Sossus Oasis Camp Site
    254 reviews
    #3 of 8 Speciality lodging in Sesriem
     
    Namib Naukluft Lodge
    156 reviews
    #9 of 12 Speciality lodging in Sossusvlei
     
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    Reviewed 13 February 2015

    Nothing against the "nature friendly " approach of the lodge...if I'm put in the condition to chose it through proper information. The location is the Namibian Desert...the season is Summer...no air conditioning is available anywhere!...no place to stay during the day other than the room...More

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    Reviewed 1 February 2015

    Though given a warm welcome, we were very disappointed with our stay here. We arrived for one night, the car park is some way from the main lodge and you and your luggage are taken up o the main lodge where we had a warm...More

    Helpful?2  
    Reviewed 25 January 2015

    We stayed here for one night having decided that, since we would probably not be coming here again, we would pay the extortionate amount for a room so that we could be at the sand dunes at sunrise. Having been woken at 4.15am and told...More

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    Reviewed 21 January 2015

    I agree with all the previous comments, it is the only place to stay. Although we had a 4x4 vehicle, we were sensibly booked on a small group tour. It is the luck of the draw with the guides and like previous comments, ours pointed...More

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    Reviewed 18 January 2015

    The NWR owned Dune Lodge is the only lodge within the park. This means you can head off to the dunes well before the park gates open and beat the crowds. We took advantage of the group tour from the Lodge which meant we didn't...More

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    About
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    • Top amenities
    • Pool
    • Restaurant
    • Free Parking
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Breakfast included
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    • Free Parking
    • Breakfast included
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    • Pool
    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
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    • 25
    • Location
    • Namibia >
    • Khomas Region >
    • Sesriem
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    Traveller (439)
    Room & Suite (126)
    Pool & Beach (12)
    Dining (11)
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    Questions & AnswersAsk a question
    SewChek
    Are there any fans or air condition in the rooms in this lodge ?
    16 October 2016|
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    Response from Anderst04 | Reviewed this property |
    Fans ( which don't really work when outside a mosquito net) but no airconditioning, anywhere in the resort. If you are asking this question, and planning your holiday anytime except mid winter, please stay somewhere else. We... More
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    pompyb
    Are there tour groups that take you to Sossus Dune lodge? What's the best way to get to Sossusvlei as a solo woman traveler? No self-drive or fly-in unfortunately/
    19 March 2016|
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    Response from samwele h |
    yes Clara you can travel as a solo woman and you will get to sossusvlei without any problems,all you need is a four wheel vehicle (4x4) since our roads are gravel and it will be helpful if you intent to do a self drive which... More
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    ig60
    What would be the best way (in terms of price/convenience) to get to the lodge from Windhoek and back for two nights stay?
    15 March 2016|
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    Response from Phillip8789 | Reviewed this property |
    Hello again, From Windhoek to the Lodge is about 330km and will take about 5 hours, maybe a little less. You will not encounter much traffic, the roads, although mainly gravel are firm and generally very straight. Take... More
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    Room Tips
    "Works currently being carried out on a Lodge sanitation upgrade 10am to 6pm so choose a hut on the side on..."
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    "Avoid the honeymoons suites. It is SUCH a far walk from the lodge in the heat that you will regret it."
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    "Choose one of the outermost cabins if you want only one neighbor (longer walk, but quiter)"
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    "take a chalet left from the main building and as close as possible to the terrace"
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