In the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain stands Amboseli Serena Lodge one of Africa’s finest Lodges.
All around the Amboseli Serena Lodge roam the big game that has made East Africa legendary – lions, buffalos, elephants, cheetahs, giraffes, baboons, gazelles and wildebeests. Amboseli National Park is a splendid place to view elephants. And without even leaving the lodge, one can encounter hundreds of species of wetland and migratory birds known to the immediate area.
Influenced by native architecture, the property is in perfect harmony with its environment. Interiors are inspired by distinctive African design motifs. Each room is individually appointed with authentic African and murals painted by a renowned local artist.
There are 96 guest rooms, all with attached bath and shower. Specifically, there are 86 two twin beds, 10 one twin beds and 17 pairs of interconnecting rooms.
Overlooking the saltlick and floodlit waterhole, the open-air dining room serves guests sumptuous international menus, buffets and barbecues alongside authentic African dishes.
The full service bar – located next to the dining room – serves fresh fruit juices, soft drinks, tea and coffee, cocktails, wines, spirits and liqueurs. There is another small bar by the outdoor pool.
Large outdoor swimming pool with fresh towels and pool beds provided. Overlooking the sparkling swimming pool and beautiful landscaped gardens, the verandah also offers guests exceptional game viewing.
In the evenings, there are Maasai dance performances, music and entertainment.
Informative daily talks and slide presentations on indigenous culture given by the resident naturalist.
Within the grounds of Amboseli Serena there is a fully air-conditioned conference room with unobstructed views of Mount Kilimanjaro. The room has a capacity of 80 people and is suitable for meetings, seminars or small banquets.