Serengeti, Tanzania Safari Lodge | Four Seasons Safari Lodge
Join us deep in the heart of the world’s most celebrated wildlife reserves. Where the Big Five – the lion, the leopard, the buffalo, the elephant, and the rhinoceros – run free on the endless, untamed landscape. Perched on a series of elevated platforms and walkways. Our Lodge sits next to an animal watering hole, where you can watch a family of elephants stops for their morning drink as you sip your own out on your room’s private balcony.
With 72 rooms and 5 villas, a maximum occupancy of 180 guests, and some 250 staff. The Four Seasons Safari Lodge is the largest property in the Serengeti. Certainly the smartest of the park’s large, hotel-style lodges. Furniture and fittings are well suited to the spacious, airy rooms and carefully chosen for their luxurious. Feel and contemporary safari style. These elements are enhanced by modern comforts. Top facilities such as air conditioning, internet access, a spa and a well kitted-out gym.
Under the constant protection of local Maasai tribespeople. We’ll take you in the bush for an exhilarating game drive. Or you can soar high in the sky on a hot-air balloon safari. However you spend your day, our Spa is waiting to help you rehydrate, restore, and re-energize for your next adventure. Our only question – where would you like to begin?
Four Season Serengeti Lodge designed with accessibility in mind
he whole hotel has been thoughtfully designed with accessibility in mind, there is a lift and lots of ramps. There is also one purposely built accessible bedroom with a wet room.
- The 24 Savannah Rooms , each of which covers a chunky 55m². Has one king-size or two twin beds plus a sofa, and a dining table with two chairs. Facilities include air conditioning, blackout curtains, flat- screen TV, telephone (with voicemail). Safe, hairdryer, minibar, tea/coffee- making facilities, a torch/flashlight, a good-sized safe (suitable for a laptop), internet cable points and WiFi access. Each room also has a small private outdoor verandah and a generous en-suite bathroom, including a separate shower and bath with a similar view onto the surrounding park as the verandah.
- The 36 Horizon Rooms are the same size and have the same furnishings and facilities as the Savannah Rooms, but they are on the upper level, beneath a thatched grass roof, giving even more impressive views from their balconies and bathrooms. Like the Savannah rooms, these Horizon rooms can comfortably sleep two adults and one child.
- The 12 Terrace Suites are larger (around 88m²). With a small plunge pool, an outdoor shower, a second bathroom and a lounge area with space that could take two ‘trundle beds’ (converted from the sofa and chaise longue)– so these rooms can comfortably sleep two adults and two children.
- The five villas are located a fair distance away to the west. Offering extra privacy and exclusivity. There is a 1-bedroom villa, two 2-bedroom villas and the 3-bedroom Presidential Villa. As well as the facilities common to the rooms and suites, each villa has a kitchen, separate lounge and a small swimming pool. You can have a butler and cook on request, but most villa guests use the main lodge restaurants. When we visited the villas, despite none of them having guests, all their private pools were spotless and sparkling blue.