Thakadu Hotel & Casino: Paradise Away from Home


Most hotels boast of offering that home away from home experience but do you really want to leave home and still feel like you are home?
Thakadu Hotel Casino & Conference Centre, situated just on the nose of Letlhakane village in the Boteti area, epitomises paradise and offers royalty treatment that makes you not look forward to going back home.
Opened for business in 2016, this magnificent hotel makes an ideal home for guests who come to the Boteti area either on pleasure or business. It can also serve as a stopover break for those en-route to Maun. Thakadu Hotel is made up of 50 exquisite rooms (30 already in use and 20 still being fine-tuned for occupation). The rooms are nicely furnished with a working table, bag rack, mini fridge, two mahogany-framed mirrors and unlike most hotels that torment your eyes to a miniature television set, the rooms here have 50-inch LG plasma screens and double wall-wardrobes. All rooms are fully air-conditioned. There are complimentary hot beverages (coffee and tea). In the bathroom, guests have a choice between a tub and shower.
You do not have to worry about getting in touch with the world because Thakadu Hotel Casino & Conference Centre offers free Wi-Fi (internet) connection. For business entities, there are two conference centres and a spacious board room for those executive meetings. For those who come here feeling lucky, the hotel has a casino centre. The backyard is dressed with well-manicured lawns that surround the huge swimming pool for that cool plunge after a long day in meetings or after lazing off in the room.  There is a pool bar and a nicely setup restaurant for the meals (it is bed and breakfast) and you can choose to have lunch and dine to the finger-licking-good cuisine prepared by the chefs here who, surely, have transformed cooking into art. The staff at Thakadu Hotel are always ready to go an extra mile and meet all your expectations no matter how far-stretched. As my partner and I check out to go back to the city, we have left our hearts at Thakadu Hotel and will forever remain grateful to our host, the Public Relations Manager, Lexie Unami Moses and her dedicated team who offered us such great hospitality.