The rooms are the usual Serena standard with large views of Lake Manyara in the distance. The lake was fairly dry and there were no flamingoes, and the view was not interesting. There's a nice horizon pool for a dip. During the night we heard lorries grinding up the hill on the road below the hotel. If the road becomes busy it will be noisy. The free "bush breakfast" we were offered would have been in the grounds overlooking the road, so we didn't bother. The game drive in Lake Manyara National Park was a real disappointment. It is through a forest so trees and shrubs hide the animals. There were no tree climbing lions to be seen - and not much of anything else.
- Also Known As:
- Lake Manyara Serena Hotel Lake Manyara National Park
- Lake Manyara Serena Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Taking as its muse the glorious bird life of the fabulously soda-encrusted and pink flamingo-fringed...Lake Manyara, the swooping curves of this elegantly evocative lodge defy description. As do the soaring views over the Great Rift Valley, the rose-gold sunsets over the Mto Wa Mbu escarpment and the utterly unique tree climbing Lake Manyara lions. ... more less
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