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If you’re a regular business traveller, where you lay your head becomes your home.
Jordani Bed & Breakfast in the Olympia suburb of Wind-hoek allows you all the comforts of a home away from home. This old-style bed & breakfast, run by Pam Grünewald, can accommodate up to ten guests in a tranquil setting on the outskirts of the capital, with the Auas Mountains as the perfect backdrop.
Pam and husband Ulf are well known in the hospitality industry in Namibia. Since the opening of the Nest Hotel in Lüderitz, Ulf was the driving force behind its establishment, with Pam at his side. Several years ago Pam moved to Windhoek with her children and opened the doors of Jordani.
Jordani is frequented by tourists, business people and families. An increasing new market is that of international self-drive tourists.
“They love to sit on the wide veranda or on the deck chairs at the swimming pool to soak in the sun,” says Pam.
The spacious rooms, elegantly decorated with special creative touches and fine details that add to the comfort, come at a very affordable rate. Pam, who is fluent in German, English and Afrikaans, enjoys the hospitality industry and tourists. After so many years in the industry, her passion is still tourism, and she knows how important it is to go that extra mile for her guests, who usually leave as friends. A hearty breakfast, transfers and other services are part of the normal package.
This article appeared in the Dec ‘06/ Jan ‘07 edition of Travel News Namibia.