Windhoek Country Club Resort

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The Windhoek Country Club Resort is a multi-use resort outside of Windhoek, Namibia owned by Legacy Hotels and Resorts International. The Resort was opened in May 1995 and was home to the 1995 Miss Universe Pageant. The resort's golf course is home to the yearly Bank Windhoek Namibian Open Golf Tournament. The Hotel consists of 152 rooms, of which 18 are family rooms,[further explanation needed] 39 are luxury, 87 are twin, 7 suites and 1 paraplegic room. The resort also includes a casino.

Many of the main boxing events and title fights in Namibia take place at the resort.

The Windhoek Country Club Resort is a member of the Hospitality Association of Namibia.

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Preceded by
Philippine International Convention Center
Miss Universe Venue
Succeeded by
Theatre for the Performing Arts at The Aladdin

Coordinates: 22°37′2″S 17°4′37″E / 22.61722°S 17.07694°E / -22.61722; 17.07694