Kempinski Hotels Expands in Africa with Three New Properties
Kempinski Hotels has expanded its portfolio in Africa with the signing of management contracts for 3 luxurious properties, two elegant lodges, and a high-end tented camp in Tanzania.
Set in extraordinary wilderness sites, the three new Tanzanian Kempinski properties will be ideal to be combined in a roundtrip and offer a luxurious stay in close vicinity to the most demanded attractions in the country.
Inspired by the natural elements of surroundings and with a focus on sustainability, each lodge has its own expressive architectural language and distinctive character that is unique to its particular, protected environment.
The architecture is dominated by expansive roof structures and projecting shade canopies which provide shelter from the African sun. Spacious terraces and magical outdoor living areas allow the guest to immerse themselves in nature.
Kempinski Msasa Lodge Lake Manyara features 19 tents with terrace and outdoor showers, 2 junior suite tents with an outside pool as well as 2 family tents with two rooms.
Placed on a ridge overlooking the lake and deep gorges, this luxurious tented camp offers access to world-class game viewing and an exceptional birdlife variety.
Kempinski Longosa Lodge Serengeti will be located in Serengeti National Park and will offer 75 rooms including standard guest rooms, suites, a 3-bedroom villa, and a Presidential Villa.
Bars and lounges, dining area with decks and outdoor cooking, fire pit, outdoor pool, children‘s play corners, and wellness area round off the facilities in the middle of an unspoiled setting of the animal migration corridor.
Surrounded by splendid Baobab trees in the heart of Tarangire National Park, Kempinski Kitbong Hill is not only a haven for wildlife viewing, but also for bird enthusiasts who will be amazed by more than 550 species.
With 75 guest rooms, suites, and villas the offer at Kempinski Kitbong Hill Tarangire is similar to one of the lodges at Serengeti allowing guests to stay in highest comfort in a scenically attractive environment and to relax in luxury after an exciting day in the wilderness.
The three properties will be open to wildlife lovers and guests luxurious vacations from 2023.
With its 22 national parks, Tanzania guarantees wilderness seekers a stay in harmony with nature and the world’s most diverse safari experiences.