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Sossusvlei Lodge Unit Layout Plan - Luxury and comfort with a taste of Africa

The individual luxurious accommodation units at Sossusvlei Lodge are uniquely designed to blend in with the natural surrounding environment.

Each of the 45 accommodation units has its own patio from where magnificent views can be enjoyed. The spacious and fully air-conditioned bedroom under canvas with adobe-style plaster walls, gives the visitor a distinctive sense of being close to nature. Each bedroom features twin beds, seating area and vanity with power points. The en-suite bathroom is equipped with a shower, toilet and wash basin. The entrance hall of each unit has space for suitcases, shelves, hanging space and an electronic safe.

Three family units are available with the same features as the individual units, but with inter-leading doors between the bathrooms connecting the two units.

Three of the standard accommodation units are designed to be handicapped and wheelchair friendly. Handles have been fitted in the bathroom and the shower has an open design with no steps or doors inside the unit for easier access.

One infant and/or child under 12 years can be accommodated free of charge in a room shared with two full paying adults. This is subject to availability and payment of applicable meal rates. Please enquire with you booking to ensure preparations are made as required.

Sossusvlei Lodge Unit Layout
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