This was our 4th stay at the Okaukuejo camp and the second in a waterhole chalet since the camp was renovated before 2009. The chalets are not luxurious but they are clean, comfortable, and well equipped with refrigerators and mosquito nets. There is a small covered patio in the front of the unit which is shared with the adjacent unit and an open patio to one side. The restaurant's food and service has improved since our last visit in 2009. The best feature of the waterhole chalets is that you are 20 meters from the lighted waterhole which means that you can be seated on your patio, see the animals when they come in to drink and stroll down to view. We saw zebras, giraffes, springbok, wildebeest, jackals, elephants (family groups with young as well as bulls), black rhinos, and a pride of 9 lions including 3 cubs all within 20 meters of our door. Breakfast and dinner were included with our waterhole chalet stay. We did not use the pool or the exercise facilities so we cannot comment on them.