Canadian-based international luxury, five-star hotel management company, Four Seasons Hotels Inc., which is known for offering its highly discerning clients with the luxury accommodations at some of the world’s desirable destinations like the Bora Bora island, will now also offer new outdoor adventure experiences in Sub-Saharan Africa. Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has now signed a strategic management agreement with the owners of a resort in the Tanzania's Serengeti National Park named Bilila Lodge, and is operating the already beautiful property, which will be upgraded as per international standards and renamed Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Tanzania, in fall of 2012. Similar to this, we have also earlier seen Virgin Limited Edition's addition of a luxury Kenyan safari camp to its eclectic portfolio.
President and CEO of Four Seasons Hotels, Kathleen Taylor said that they actually wanted to significantly expand into incredible Sub-Saharan Africa, as to offer a truly wonderful and adventurous outdoor experiences to their distinguished guests. And, now the company is excited to have an outstanding location and understanding partners, who share common vision to create a world-class lodge like no other in the heart of Sub-Saharan Africa’s finest safari region.
Location: Located in the central Serengeti, entirely within the Tanzania's Serengeti National Park that covers 14,763 square kilometers, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Main Attractions: It is described to an extremely rare opportunity for this international luxury management company, as no other luxury property of this scale or size exists, or will ever be developed again in the National Park.
And, with the future development of an exclusive beach resort on the Zanzibar island and a luxury tented safari camp in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Four Seasons will offer some of the finest holiday experiences in whole of Tanzania.
The Four Seasons exclusively new Safari Lodge Serengeti boasts 5 villas, 60 luxury rooms and12 suites, all of which have direct spectacular views over the Serengeti. Further, the property has been designed with contemporary African architecture which is actually sympathetic to the natural landscape.
And, the notable attraction is a two-storey great house, including several fine-dining options with outdoor and indoor seating, an infinity-edge swimming pool that overlooks an active watering hole, and a dedicated spa.
Day or night, guests will also enjoy the rare opportunity to witness incredible nature at its very best, along with wildlife in a considerably safe and environment that is ecologically responsible.