Strand runs online forum for sensitive Swakopmunders
Following on the heels of the groundbreaking ceremony of the Strand Hotel Swakopmund, O&L Leisure launched an “Open Forum” on the upcoming hotel’s website.
The “Open Forum” is an open discussion initiated by O&L Leisure to engage and solicit further input from Namibians, Swakopmunders and international visitors, to prevent a similar storm in a teacup as happened when O&L Leisure announced the first design for the new hotel.
O&L Leisure said the Strand Hotel Swakopmund, situated directly on the Mole, will be a major entertainment destination in the historic section of the town – a design inspired by the look and feel of Swakopmund itself, with a tasteful contemporary interpretation of the old German architecture.
“Through the Open Forum we would like to encourage everyone to share their ideas, suggestions and recommendations on anything they envisage at the new Strand Hotel Swakopmund. The community have the opportunity to share their views and suggestions as the Strand Hotel Swakopmund is developed for the benefit of all Swakopmunders, Namibians, regional and international travelers alike”, said Bruce Hutchison, Managing Director O&L Leisure.
By visiting www.strandhotelswakopmund.com/open-forum, the public can add their suggestions and ideas for the Strand Hotel Swakopmund. “We greatly value everyone’s input and welcome the feedback from the public. We sincerely trust that many people will utilize this platform to assist us in creating a hotel uniquely befitting the dynamics of the town”, Bruce Hutchison concluded.
A recent idea on the forum suggests for a dog sitting service, „so why don’t you visit the open forum website now and make your idea heard“ said O&L Leisure. The Strand Hotel Swakopmund will be located directly on the mole, a popular area where residents and holiday makers spend much of their time at the coast. „It is therefore important that everyone takes ownership and provides their inputs and ideas to assist O&L Leisure to create the perfect hotel for Namibia’s favorite holiday destination.“