Leopard Lodge, Windhoek Rural
Leopard Lodge, Windhoek Rural
Leopard Lodge, Windhoek Rural
Leopard Lodge, Windhoek Rural
Leopard Lodge, Windhoek Rural
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Leopard Lodge

Windhoek Rural

Reviews

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From 19 reviews
The most helpful reviews
Diggfrog
12 Jun 2017 - Pasangan
Beware - this Lodge seems to be going downhill rather fast. Why? 1. Check-In was a complete mess and it took over 30 min to find somebody who was able to hand out keys to the room. Unfriendliest personnel we encountered on entire trip in Namibia. 2. Rooms are rather basic (which is okay) but in a state of slow decay. Lights and furniture are broken and telling the personnel just results in a "yes, we know". 3. The grounds are rather dirty and no one makes an attempt to pick up any trash or clean up after the geese that have made the lawn their home. 4. The Dinner was awful - it remains a complete mystery to us how a cook can turn freshly shot Kudu into something with the texture of a leather belt. Quite a few guest fed the meat straight to the resident dogs (which seemed used to it). Veggies where completley overcooked but helped to avoid starvation. Dessert was something resembling pudding, but lacking any taste. Breakfast next morning rather spartan and actually skipped by quite few guests who rather opted for an early departure. 5. The owner only cared for two groups of hunters and never even glimpsed at other, non-hunting-guests. He was more interested in the hunters booking hunting excursions (you pay for each shot animal) and supplying the Russian hunters with enough ice for their drinks. Seems that his wife has left and she was the one keeping the Lodge organized and running. Sad. 6. There is a small pool but the water quality is rather dubious and the area hasn't been cleaned in weeks. 7. Some find it funny seeing completely drunk hunters staggering from the Jeep in the afternoon or seeing them drinking Whiskey and/or Gin for breakfast and then setting out on their "excursions" with a cooler full of more Whiskey, Beer, and Gin. But if you find it a bit unnerving to be around drunk people with loaded rifles - stay somewhere else. 8. As mentioned in other reviews: 4x4 is needed to reach the lodge since it is over 40 km of rough street (which can be done in a 4x2) but the last 6km are a real backbreaker that would kill most normal rentals. Summary: Unless you want to hunt and drink stay somewhere else. Even the relative proximity to the International Airport doesn't warrant staying there. Rather book somethink nice in Windhoek and drive a few more kilometers.
RafaelR1195
15 Jan 2017 - Keluarga
We had the greatest time, I felt super relaxed, family business where all of them are attentive and sharing. Good game drives, and hunting if you are into it. The staff it's very helpful, good cooking. We were there for Christmas, and it was a memorable moment. Great sunsets, you can have a wine and chat with other guests.
Lizette D
27 Mar 2016 - Keluarga
We visited Leopard Lodge and had so much fun. We were well received by the owner Erick and his staff. The food was well presented and we all had our meals as one big happy family. If you are looking for time out from your busy life, than you surly need to visit here. So much tranquillity. I must say we had so much fun. My kids enjoyed the game drive alot, I like the place as it is kids friendly.
95frankj
08 Sep 2015 - Keluarga
Driving down from Etosha to WDH Airport we made a Reservation here before flying home. Unfortunatelly no signs along the Highway and no Support from the lodge so we could not get there and lost our Money. Conclusion: this place not suitable for the purpose. Wrote an Email requesting refund - still awaiting response.
Uwe R
28 Agt 2015 - Keluarga
As a guest we were not heartily welcomed, rooms was shown and no further introduction to what and when so ever was given to us. The Website is misleading about the restaurant and the menu. Rooms are very comfortable and spacious. Pool was neglected and smelly. Manager was more interested in entertaining his personal friends than sharing any conversation with his guests. On day of departure the Manager had to leave without giving us the opportunity to say good bye. The lunch was very expensive for what you got. The 3 course dinner was delicious. The breakfast was a disaster.
Location
54 Okanjanga, Khomas
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About Accommodation

Check-in & check-out time
Check-in time:
10 AM
Check-out time:
2 PM
Do you want to check-in early? Arrange check-in time with the accommodation

Policy

Description

FAQ
Di mana alamat Leopard Lodge?
Leopard Lodge beralamat di 54 Okanjanga, Khomas
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Leopard Lodge?
Waktu untuk check-in di Leopard Lodge adalah mulai dari pukul 10 AM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 2 pm
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Leopard Lodge?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Kolam Renang
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
Apakah di Leopard Lodge tersedia fasilitas kolam renang?
Ya, di Leopard Lodge tersedia kolam renang yang bisa kamu gunakan.
Faciliies
Popular Facilities
Kolam Renang
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Fasilitas barbekyu
Taman
Lapangan tenis outdoor
TV di area umum
Kolam renang outdoor
Fasilitas Umum
Ruang merokok khusus
Restoran
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan diizinkan (tanpa biaya)
 

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4.0
From 19 reviews
Kebersihan
4.0
Kamar
4.5
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
4.5
Pasangan
6
Keluarga
7
Wisata sendiri
2
Berlibur dengan teman
4
Bisnis
0
Diggfrog
12 Jun 2017 - Pasangan
Beware - this Lodge seems to be going downhill rather fast. Why? 1. Check-In was a complete mess and it took over 30 min to find somebody who was able to hand out keys to the room. Unfriendliest personnel we encountered on entire trip in Namibia. 2. Rooms are rather basic (which is okay) but in a state of slow decay. Lights and furniture are broken and telling the personnel just results in a "yes, we know". 3. The grounds are rather dirty and no one makes an attempt to pick up any trash or clean up after the geese that have made the lawn their home. 4. The Dinner was awful - it remains a complete mystery to us how a cook can turn freshly shot Kudu into something with the texture of a leather belt. Quite a few guest fed the meat straight to the resident dogs (which seemed used to it). Veggies where completley overcooked but helped to avoid starvation. Dessert was something resembling pudding, but lacking any taste. Breakfast next morning rather spartan and actually skipped by quite few guests who rather opted for an early departure. 5. The owner only cared for two groups of hunters and never even glimpsed at other, non-hunting-guests. He was more interested in the hunters booking hunting excursions (you pay for each shot animal) and supplying the Russian hunters with enough ice for their drinks. Seems that his wife has left and she was the one keeping the Lodge organized and running. Sad. 6. There is a small pool but the water quality is rather dubious and the area hasn't been cleaned in weeks. 7. Some find it funny seeing completely drunk hunters staggering from the Jeep in the afternoon or seeing them drinking Whiskey and/or Gin for breakfast and then setting out on their "excursions" with a cooler full of more Whiskey, Beer, and Gin. But if you find it a bit unnerving to be around drunk people with loaded rifles - stay somewhere else. 8. As mentioned in other reviews: 4x4 is needed to reach the lodge since it is over 40 km of rough street (which can be done in a 4x2) but the last 6km are a real backbreaker that would kill most normal rentals. Summary: Unless you want to hunt and drink stay somewhere else. Even the relative proximity to the International Airport doesn't warrant staying there. Rather book somethink nice in Windhoek and drive a few more kilometers.
RafaelR1195
15 Jan 2017 - Keluarga
We had the greatest time, I felt super relaxed, family business where all of them are attentive and sharing. Good game drives, and hunting if you are into it. The staff it's very helpful, good cooking. We were there for Christmas, and it was a memorable moment. Great sunsets, you can have a wine and chat with other guests.
Lizette D
27 Mar 2016 - Keluarga
We visited Leopard Lodge and had so much fun. We were well received by the owner Erick and his staff. The food was well presented and we all had our meals as one big happy family. If you are looking for time out from your busy life, than you surly need to visit here. So much tranquillity. I must say we had so much fun. My kids enjoyed the game drive alot, I like the place as it is kids friendly.
95frankj
08 Sep 2015 - Keluarga
Driving down from Etosha to WDH Airport we made a Reservation here before flying home. Unfortunatelly no signs along the Highway and no Support from the lodge so we could not get there and lost our Money. Conclusion: this place not suitable for the purpose. Wrote an Email requesting refund - still awaiting response.
Uwe R
28 Agt 2015 - Keluarga
As a guest we were not heartily welcomed, rooms was shown and no further introduction to what and when so ever was given to us. The Website is misleading about the restaurant and the menu. Rooms are very comfortable and spacious. Pool was neglected and smelly. Manager was more interested in entertaining his personal friends than sharing any conversation with his guests. On day of departure the Manager had to leave without giving us the opportunity to say good bye. The lunch was very expensive for what you got. The 3 course dinner was delicious. The breakfast was a disaster.
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