The Four Seasons Serengeti is a luxurious lodge set in the heart of the Serengeti National Park, one of the greatest safari areas on Earth. The property offers its guests a range of facilities to ensure complete comfort, giving an unforgettable safari.
In addition to the choice of restaurants and bars, the Four Seasons has an attractive swimming pool, a fully equipped fitness centre, business centre, Discovery Center (information room), fire-pit area and an elegant spa.
From many areas of the lodge there are dramatic views over the open savannah and bush, and the waterholes attract animals throughout the day.
A range of activities out in the bush and with professional guides at the lodge will add memories to the experience.
Four Seasons Serengeti has 77 rooms (60 guest rooms, 12 suites and 5 villas). All rooms have an attractive contemporary African décor with local textiles and artwork and feature four-poster beds. Guests enjoy relaxing on the elevated, open-air sundeck which has a direct view of the surrounding landscape.
All rooms feature:
- Down pillows (hypoallergenic pillows available on request)
- Comfortable bathrobes
- Twice-daily housekeeping service
- Make-up mirror and separate vanity space
- Iron and ironing board upon request
- Blackout drapes
- Air conditioning
- Hair dryer
- Free Wi-Fi
- Refrigerated private bar
- Multi-line telephone(s) with voicemail
- Flat-screen televisions
- Dining table (only in villas)
- Tea/coffee maker
- In-room safe suitable for a laptop computer
Guests can choose from an enticing variety of drink and meal options at the three restaurants, bar and wine cellar. The restaurants are open on varying days to offer every guest the opportunity to experience and enjoy the unique dining venues, with full program details provided in the Dining Guide upon arrival to the Lodge.
In addition to the magnificent surrounding wildlife, Four Seasons delivers memorable ways to experience the Serengeti, with unique activities that include hot-air balloon rides across the plains, picnics in the bush, and safari photography classes.
The Discovery Centre is a great place to learn about African culture and history. You can get to know the local Maasai people and become involved in socially responsible programs, such as those that help local schools and support wildlife conservation.