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Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge
Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge
Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge


3°12’34.8"S 35°28’42.5"E

Ngorongoro Serena: gallery


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Ngorongoro Serena: picture gallery


The Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge is a long and low building…
…built from local river stone and camouflaged with indigenous vines.
The lodge is designed to blend completely into the landscape…
…and is set in a truly stunning location…
… on the western rim of Tanzania's UNESCO-listed Ngorongoro Crater.
The hotel has 75 rooms…
…ranging from standard rooms to suites.
Each room has double beds…
... or twin beds…
…a writing desk with a chair…
…and an en-suite bathroom with double basins below a large mirror…
…and a large walk-in shower.
The suite also has a lounge…
…tea/coffee facilities, a fully stocked mini-bar…
…and digital multi-channel TV.
All the rooms have their own rock-enclosed balcony…
…offering uninterrupted views over the Crater.
Wooden decks…
…and long walkways lead between the bedrooms to the main areas of the lodge.
The restaurant offers international meals…
…without ever having to leave the stunning view.
The bar stocks wines, local and imported beers, spirits and Tanzanian tea and coffee.
The bar is linked with the lounge area…
...where you can relax with a drink and enjoy the views.
The lodge’s facilities includes an under-canvas conference or event space..
…and a small curio shop.
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The Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge is a long and low building…
The Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge is a long and low building…
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…built from local river stone and camouflaged with indigenous vines.
…built from local river stone and camouflaged with indigenous vines.
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The lodge is designed to blend completely into the landscape…
The lodge is designed to blend completely into the landscape…
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…and is set in a truly stunning location…
…and is set in a truly stunning location…
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… on the western rim of Tanzania's UNESCO-listed Ngorongoro Crater.
… on the western rim of Tanzania's UNESCO-listed Ngorongoro Crater.
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The hotel has 75 rooms…
The hotel has 75 rooms…
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…ranging from standard rooms to suites.
…ranging from standard rooms to suites.
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Each room has double beds…
Each room has double beds…
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... or twin beds…
... or twin beds…
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…a writing desk with a chair…
…a writing desk with a chair…
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…and an en-suite bathroom with double basins below a large mirror…
…and an en-suite bathroom with double basins below a large mirror…
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…and a large walk-in shower.
…and a large walk-in shower.
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The suite also has a lounge…
The suite also has a lounge…
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…tea/coffee facilities, a fully stocked mini-bar…
…tea/coffee facilities, a fully stocked mini-bar…
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…and digital multi-channel TV.
…and digital multi-channel TV.
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All the rooms have their own rock-enclosed balcony…
All the rooms have their own rock-enclosed balcony…
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…offering uninterrupted views over the Crater.
…offering uninterrupted views over the Crater.
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Wooden decks…
Wooden decks…
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…and long walkways lead between the bedrooms to the main areas of the lodge.
…and long walkways lead between the bedrooms to the main areas of the lodge.
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The restaurant offers international meals…
The restaurant offers international meals…
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…without ever having to leave the stunning view.
…without ever having to leave the stunning view.
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The bar stocks wines, local and imported beers, spirits and Tanzanian tea and coffee.
The bar stocks wines, local and imported beers, spirits and Tanzanian tea and coffee.
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The bar is linked with the lounge area…
The bar is linked with the lounge area…
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...where you can relax with a drink and enjoy the views.
...where you can relax with a drink and enjoy the views.
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The lodge’s facilities includes an under-canvas conference or event space..
The lodge’s facilities includes an under-canvas conference or event space..
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…and a small curio shop.
…and a small curio shop.

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