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Four Seasons Safari Lodge

Four Seasons Safari Lodge, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Our rating: First Class

This is a new property and one of the larger ones in the Serengeti, with 77 guest rooms, suites and villas. The style is modern and contemporary and the decor includes four-poster beds with mosquito netting, as well as local textiles and artwork all enhanced by modern comforts such as air conditioning and high-speed internet access. The property is set on a small hill, enjoying sweeping views across the Serengeti plains. Facilities include a swimming pool, spa, fitness center, discovery center where you can learn more about the Masai culture, and a kids club (children aged 6 to 17 only). Meals are served at Kula's restaurant, or at the Boma Grill and room service is also available.

Please note that this is very new hotel and no one from the Audley Office has seen this property yet. However, having said that The Four Seasons are renowned for their high levels of standards and excellent service so we are confident that you will have a very enjoyable stay and be well looked after.

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