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Bahnhof Hotel Aus

Rated the best accommodation in Aus, Namibia.

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Bahnhof Hotel Aus

Rated the best accommodation in Aus, Namibia.

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Bahnhof Hotel Aus

Rated the best accommodation in Aus, Namibia.

WELCOME TO

Bahnhof Hotel Aus

Rated the best accommodation in Aus, Namibia.

WELCOME TO

Kharas Region,

South Western Namibia


The Bahnhof Hotel was initially built in 1906. After extensive renovations in 2005 this Jewel of the Spergebiet has imperturbably grown in size and rating alike. The overall atmosphere and the personal touch within the realm of this establishment are setting it off from many other players in this field. The small town of Aus has an astonishing rich history dating back to German colonial times.



Modern - Best Hotel
PLENTY OF ROOM…

Hotel Rooms & Self Catering

The Bahnhof Hotel Aus – offers accommodation in 26 elegant decorated immaculate clean rooms. Orange House – Self Catering – two individual en-suite twin bed rooms with shower & toilet. Aloe Rock House – Self Catering – three comfortable twin rooms with two separate bath rooms, each with shower & toilet.

Bahnhof Hotel

The Bahnhof Hotel was initially built in 1906. After extensive renovations in 2005 this Jewel of the Spergebiet has imperturbably grown in size and rating alike.

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Orange House

Two individual en-suite twin bed rooms with shower & toilet, mosquito nets, fans and built-in cupboards. It forms part of the accommodation complement of the Bahnhof Hotel.

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Aloe Rock House

Three comfortable twin rooms with two separate bath rooms, each with shower & toilet. The rooms are also equipped with mosquito nets, fan and built-in cupboards.

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Aloe Rock Cottage

Located on the same property as Aloe Rock House. It has 1 twin and 1 single room equipped with mosquito nets and a sharing bath room and extra toilet.

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Restaurant & Bar

See a few items from our extensive à la carte menu below.



  • Medley of Seafood
A medley of seafood in an aromatic, creamy tomato sauce served with dipping baguette bread.
  • Oxtail
Served with Basmati rice and seasonal vegetables.
  • Station Commander’s Rib Eye Steak
Namibian beef rib eye steak grilled to your liking with pepper sauce, chips and a mini salad.


  • Namibian Oysters - order per piece
Served on crushed ice
  • Vegetarian Soup
Available on request – please ask your waiter
  • Goulash Soup
Served with house fresh bread.
  • Salmon Tartar
House marinated salmon cubes with lemon juice, olive oil and red onion, served on a bed of lettuce and a tzatziki dip.
  • Fried Mushrooms
Button Mushrooms, panko breaded and served with tartar OR horseradish dip.


  • Cakes on display
Choose from our large variety of delicious home- baked cakes.


A LITTLE EXTRA…

Activities & Attractions

Walking Trails, various Day Trips in and around Aus, unforgettable Sunset drives!


Prisoner-of-war Camp

Aus was formerly the site of a prisoner-of-war camp established by the South African army in 1915 to house German inmates captured during the First World War.

Feral Horses

The area west of Aus is noted for its herd of feral horses living in the desert. Their origin is uncertain but today there is a population of between 150 and 200 individuals which have adapted to the harsh environment.

READ THE REVIEWS, WRITTEN BY

Our Hotel’s Guests:


  •   I had an excellent stay.Friendly staff even though some French and German visitors were very rude.Clean rooms.Safe parking.Very nice food.All in all a wonderful place to stay that I can recommend with an open heart.

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    8/14/2018

      We used Aus as a stop over as we visited Kolmanskop and Luderitz and were pleasantly surprised to find the Bahnhof tucked away in the town. Great restaurant but rooms a bit basic but made up with some very helpfull staff. Recommended.

    thumb WildFigs
    8/21/2018

      We had travelled a fair distance and were gasping for a cup of tea, so we pulled into Aus and were amazed to find the Bahnhof Hotel flaunting pretty umbrellas and flags from different places. Greeted by a happy waitress, we were offered tea and...More

    thumb RedSand33
    5/09/2019

      We stayed in the hotel during our travel in July 2018. We felt very welcome and had an exceptional stay. We really enjoyed the food in the restaurant and the waiters were very friendly and always attentive.

    thumb Annette W
    8/20/2018
  •   Our group of 10 persons stayed for 2 nights in the hotel, oranized by duffary private tours. We were spoilt by the staff, the service and the meals were excellent. It was a great experience that the staff to hear and obsereve the staff singing...More

    thumb hduffing
    6/08/2018

      We were postively surprised to find this hotel and restaurant in Aus, which is kind of "in the middle of nowhere". The rooms are very clean and not too exciting in terms of furniture. No aircondition but some heating for the cold winter nights.The best...More

    thumb Navigator644975
    9/06/2018

      The Bahnhof Hotel in Aus is brilliant. Lovely rooms, friendly staff and great food. We used it as a Centre for our field conference sponsored by UNESCO bringing scientists from around the world to examine the tocjs near Aus which preserve the fossils of ancient...More

    thumb rangeatraveller
    3/24/2019

      We only stayed one night but we loved the Bahnhof. The food was outstanding- my sole was superb & the deep fried ice cream is something to behold. Our room was very pleasant and our beds were turned down & we received a little chocolate...More

    thumb Siobhanshy1968
    4/03/2019


LOCATION & MAP

Driving Directions

GPS Co-ordinates – “S 26 40 078 – E 16 17 628”

Aus is situated on the B4 trunk road connecting Helmeringhausen, Keetmanshoop, Rosh Pinah and Lüderitzbucht. The Bahnhof Hotel is situated in the palmtree lined, tarred main road of Aus, opposite of the old railway station and across from the only filling station in town.


123 km

Away from Helmeringhausen

220 km

Away from Keetmanshoop

 

160 km

Away from Rosh Pinah

 

123 km

Away from Lüderitzbucht

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