Four Seasons Serengeti – A luxury Gem in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park

Nestled in Africa’s finest Serengeti National Park is the luxurious Four Seasons safari lodge, a lodge that is the true epitome of luxury in the midst of a wilderness conservation area. Four Seasons Serengeti is a perfect blend of tranquility and bliss while on safari in Tanzania. The safari lodge features elegantly decorated rooms with outdoor showers, cozy interior, great amenities and breath-taking views of The Serengeti. The Serengeti offers the ultimate African safari experience paired with a stay at the Four Seasons Serengeti for premium comfort.

Serengeti National Park has been a protected area since the 1940s and is part of the East African Plateau lying between Lake Victoria to the west and the East African Rift Valley. The park is bordered to the North by the famous Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya, Maswa Game Reserve to the south-west, north –west by the Ikorongo Game Reserve and to the east is the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The Serengeti is a wildlife haven and home to the Big Five animals and staying at the Four Seasons Serengeti is a great base while on safari as the lodge has a popular waterhole where animals like to come and quench their thirst on a hot day.

Accommodation at the Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti

The rooms and the suites at the Four Seasons Serengeti have earthy brown décor pieces with a touch of contemporary modern pieces making the rooms warm and extra cozy. The safari lodge has a total of 77 luxury guest rooms each with wonderful amenities that would make one’s stay not only comfortable but also pleasant. The room types vary from deluxe luxury villas, single occupancy villas, the spacious presidential villa, and one and two bedroom villas (these work great for families and friends travelling together). The villas are larger in size and located a distance away from the other guest rooms hence offering much more exclusivity. The choice of the room type is totally up to you and your preference.

Each guest room at the Four Seasons Serengeti features;

A large comfortable wooden bed with clean linen bed sheets.

Hypoallergenic pillows provided on request.

En-suite bathroom fully stocked with bath essentials, a shower, a flush toilet, clean towels, double bowl sinks, and mirrors.

Hot and cold running water available throughout the day.

Air conditioning

Comfortable bath robes and bathroom slippers

A flat screen T.V

Mosquito nets

Hair dryer

Iron and ironing board upon request

A mini bar

Tea and coffee station


In-room safe


Telephone with voice mail.

A reading desk, two chairs and a sofa.

A small private outdoor veranda.

Large glass windows overlooking The Serengeti Plains.

Facilities and Services at The Four Seasons Serengeti

Spa – The spa at the Four Seasons Serengeti is arguably the best feature at the safari lodge, the spa is situated within the property fully built in a way that once you enter the spa you almost feel like you are in a different environment. The Spa offers holistic treatments, healing therapies and rejuvenating massages including the famous Maasai “hot rungu” massage. A yoga studio with a professional yoga instructor is also available at the spa. The spa is great to visit after a long day of activity in the park simply to relax and release the tension in your body.

Lounge and Reception area – The safari lodge has a spacious lounge and reception area situated at the lodge’s main area. The lounge features comfortable sofas with colorful throw pillows where one can sit and relax or even order a drink from the bar. The reception area has a reception desk with staff ready to attend to all your needs, the reception is the first place you encounter on arrival and here you receive briefing and meet the lodge staff who warmly welcome you to Four Seasons Serengeti.

Dining Area – Four Seasons Serengeti has well-trained Chefs onsite committed to offering guests delightful tasty meals with a great range of options. The lodge’s restaurant offers international cuisine and for guests who would like to try local dishes, that provision is also available. Breakfast, lunch, dinner is served as well as snacks available throughout the day at the treat table. The restaurant caters to all dietary needs of guests so if you are vegan, vegetarian, lactose intolerant or have any other requirements the kitchen caters to them. A boma-style dining area is also available and the staff always set up nicely for dinner under the sky around the fireplace.

Bar – Four Seasons Serengeti has quite a number of bars compared to other safari lodges in the park, these include the Maji Bar and Terrace, the Boma Grill and the Sun downer Bar. All the bars offer premium wines, spirits and cocktails made by the trained mixologists at the bar. For wine lovers the Four Seasons Serengeti is perfect as you get to enjoy rich wines from South Africa that have been carefully selected by the team.

Fitness center – The fitness center at the safari lodge is a great place for exercise enthusiasts as it has great work out equipment including stationary bikes and treadmills with dedicated trainers on board ready to help out if needed during the workout.

Outdoor Infinity Swimming pool –The infinity pool is a great area to relax while staying at the lodge, one can choose to go on a swim or simply order for a cocktail and enjoy it by the pool side. The pool area has a wooden deck where you find sun loungers perfect for sunbathing. The lodge’s infinity swimming pool overlooks popular water hole that attracts quite a number of animals on hot days and also overlooks the vast Serengeti Plains.

Cinema room – Four Seasons Serengeti has a cinema room on the property with a small museum right next to it. This facility is a great place to visit while on your stay as it offers one a glimpse into the conservation projects in The Serengeti and detailed information about the general Eco system of the conservation area.

Kijana Children’s Club – The property features a children’s club with professional staff onsite. The club features interactive play materials, video game sections, children’s books, a play area with toys and an art section where kids can go draw and make things. The children’s club is fantastic for parents travelling with their kids as it provides a space for kids to play and still enjoy their safari in The Serengeti.

Gift shop – A gift shop is available at the lodge filled with different items that include beaded necklaces, authentic décor pieces, fridge guards, Ankara bags, colorful beaded earrings and many other cute items that can make for great souvenirs. If you like shopping the gift shop is a place that you should definitely stop by during your stay.

Business Center – The lodge also has a business center which is well equipped with comfortable seats, projector screens, flip charts and conference essentials like notebooks and pens. Four Seasons Serengeti can host up to 180 guests so the business center works well for guests that would like to organize workshops, conferences, business meetings, gala dinners or business team activities. All the rooms are well lit, have air conditioning and lodge staff are available at all times in case one needs anything.

Our Review

Four Seasons Serengeti Safari lodge is the perfect five star safari lodge with all the amenities representative of a luxury five star property. We highly recommend it for clients who prefer large properties with key amenities. Four Seasons Serengeti has great food that can be enjoyed at the three restaurants on the property and in addition the safari lodge is family friendly with great amenities that the kids can enjoy. The safari lodge however would not essentially appeal to clients who like intimate tented camps/lodges while on safari as the Four Seasons Serengeti is a relatively large property with a maximum occupancy of 180 guests.

Top things to do while staying at Four Seasons Serengeti Safari Lodge

There is so much to do and see in one of Africa’s top wilderness areas – The Serengeti National Park. Activities and attractions here include the annual Great Migration which is the largest overland migration in the world. The annual Great Migration sees over a million wildebeest migrate from the Serengeti National Park as they cross north in to the Maasai Mara, they are usually joined by Grant’s gazelle, Thomson’s gazelle and elands along the way.

Other activities in Serengeti National Park include guided game drives, bird watching, Maasai village tour, walking safaris for a glimpse into the nature of The Serengeti wilderness, hot air balloon safaris, and a visit to the Retina hippo pool located in Central Serengeti.

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