FOR heart-stopping wildlife from the comfort of your own terrace, the Bilila Lodge Kempinski Tanzania would be hard to beat.
Nestled within the Serengeti National Park, one of Tanzania’s Unesco World Heritage Sites, the property has 77 sophisticated rooms and suites and five private villas with spectacular views of the Serengeti and private butlers.
The lodge’s selection of bars and restaurants offers a wide range of choices from the best in Pan-African cuisine to African tapas or a traditional barbecue served with ‘potjiekos’ at the ‘Boma’ beneath the stars camped around a fire complete with Masai performances.
The Anantara Spa offers a sanctuary for the mind, body and soul featuring six private treatment rooms and three Thai massage rooms.
From small board meetings and conferences for up to 50 people, to honeymoon journeys, safari adventures and total relaxation, bush breakfasts to endless views of the Serengeti, Bilila Lodge Kempinski combines the height of luxury with romance in magnificent African wilderness surroundings.
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