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Aha Hotels and Lodges expands footprint in Namibia

Aha Hotels and Lodges expands footprint in Namibia

Aha Hotels and Lodges is expanded its footprint in Namibia as they signed the full management and marketing services contract for Epacha Game Lodge andSpa and the Eagle Tented Lodge. effective from 1 July.

The Epacha Game Lodge and Spa and the Eagle Tented Lodge border the main road leading to the Etosha National Park.

CEO of Aha Hotels and Lodges, Neil Bald said, “This is a welcome addition to the aha family, our portfolio is growing and this acquisition is just another step towards achieving our strategic goals as we develop our footprint in Namibia.”

The lodge has 18 spacious chalets. Each chalet has a large balcony overlooking a stunning offer of a view over the Epacha Private Game Reserve. It also houses a library, cognac and cigar room and wine cellar underneath the restaurant.

The outside area offers a relaxing space overlooking the infinity pool and pool-bar.

The more adventurous Eagle Tented Lodge offers eight safari tents built in classic Hemingway style with an outdoor shower. There are eight additional spacious family tents comprising of a small lounge and an open-air bathtub on the deck overlooking the private reserve.

The lodge was the first of its kind to pioneer wellness treatments in Namibia, offering a fully equipped luxurious wellness centre presenting five treatments rooms (one of which is open air), a sauna, steam room and jacuzzi.

Christophe Van De Vijver, owner of The Epacha Game Lodge and Spa and The Eagle Tented Lodge, said, “Having aha on board is an exciting development; they are renowned for their expertise in hotel management and marketing. We are confident that this collaboration will bode well for our establishments.”

The lodge is known for its unique Victorian decoration style and its high-quality service, and with a large conference room and Wi-Fi connection for guests, it is ideal for incentive groups or corporate trips.

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