Swakopmund Travel Guide
The beautiful Burning Shore Hotel will most likely be auctioned off. At first we thought perhaps the wax museum wanted to snatch it up to properly house the wax figures of Brad, Angelina, and baby but, turns out it will be in an open market in South Africa. The highest bidder will take the place home, or as a home, for good.
KwaZulu-Natal described the annoucenment as was seen in the South African paper:
The advertisements describe the Burning Shore lodge, situated halfway between Namibia's Walvis Bay and Swakopmund, as "the most celebrated boutique hotel in the world recently vacated by Hollywood couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie"
This place may be a little out of the way but it is full out luxury. A buyer won't just be purchasing twelve luxurious rooms and beachside views but also the birthplace of Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt. With an auction it could really end up in anyone's hands but we really would not be surprised if it did become a wax museum extension. With 12 rooms, Brad and Angelina better have a lot more kids than to fill up the museum hotel's wax displays.
· Brangelina Hotel may be auctioned [KwaZulu-Natal Tonight]
Oh, Brad and Angie, how exotic of you to travel off to Africa during the latter part of pregnancy. The little tyke may have something in common with his/her adopted siblings: not being born in America.
OK, so no one knows for sure if the genetic wonder is due to pop out during their stay at Burning Shores Resort, in Namibia. We do know that the couple and kids and five others (possibly all security guards) have rented 14 rooms at the luxury boutique hotel near of the spectacular Namibian desert dunes.
· Pitt, Jolie land in Namibia, take over hotel [Chicago Tribune]
· Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie's Adults Only Night at Hotel Q [HotelChatter]
· Angelina Jolie's Hotel Escapades Coverage [HotelChatter]
· Nambia Hotel Reviews [TripAdvisor]