O&L hotels show increase in revenue
Popular hoteling facility Mokuti Lodge has grown its revenue by 85% in the past three years the financial results released Ohlthaver and List Group of Companies shows.
This follows swelling numbers in their room occupancy rate by 23% from 2012 to 2015.
Financial revenue at the Midgard Country Estate also increased by 79%.
Lance Hurly, Mokuti General Manager confirmed in a press statement that, “In 2012 Mokuti Etosha Lodge was ranked 15th out of 33 accommodation establishments tracked by Trip Advisor, the World’s largest hospitality review platform.
Diether Zevenster, General Manager at Midgard which is also owned by the same group also confirmed that “Since 2012 we have, through dramatically improved service standards and staff motivation been able to firmly position Midgard as a Conferencing and Wedding venue of choice for all in Namibia”.
O&L Leisure Hotels and Lodges is also opening up a new Strand Hotel in Swakopmund. The O&L Leisure Team aims to provide all Namibians and the Country’s visitors a new benchmark in creativity and quality.
“We have developed a “gemütlich” Hotel which, correctly represents Namibia and Swakopmund by being respectful to its location and this location’s history and heritage. We then went on to create an exciting collection of restaurants, bars and other guest facilities” said Hutchison.