Lobo Wildlife Lodge
Run by the same company that runs Serengeti Wildlife Lodge and suffers from much the same problems.
Poor housekeeping. (At least the linens are clean.)
Their idea of "hot" water is water that isn't actually cold. (Only available from 6pm to 11pm, which is the only time power is on.)
Spartan furnishings, all worn and creaking and wobbly. Toilet paper but no face tissue. Ancient plumbing. Glasses supplied, just sitting on the table--no tray or paper under them. One 500ml of bottled water per day.
Gym--closed; Internet cafe--closed; bazaar--closed.
Food is better than the Serengeti Wildlife Lodge. But still pretty poor. Good desserts though.
Staff mediocre, but better than their Serengeti cousin.
No mosquito netting on the beds. But mosquitoes in the room.
No smoke detectors.
Avoid this place if you can.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lobo Wildlife Lodge is a dream of romanticism in its remote location, strategically hidden inside an enormous volcanic rocky outcrop. It is the biggest Lodge on the migration route. You can watch and witness the migration by lying in the pool. Artistically made of wood and glass elements around clusters of large boulders, harmoniously merging with its surroundings, the Lodge affords from its raised location stunning views of the most amazing natural spectacle to be seen on Earth.Lobo is ideally set in the migratory route of over two and a half million of wildebeest in their desperate struggle for survival. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lobo Wildlife Hotel Serengeti National Park