Set in a peaceful and beautifully landscaped garden with a profusion of flowers, birds and butterflies, the Impala Hotel offers a full range of facilities to cater to the holiday visitors and business tourists alike. The hotel consist of 61 comfortably furnished rooms, a conference room and a gift shop amongst other facilities. It is particularly known for its lunch buffets.
Overlooking Lake Duluti, this lodge has forty cottages with individual hot water systems. On a clear day, it is possible to enjoy snow capped views of Mount Kilimanjaro. A walking bird-watching safari around the lake is available.
The hotel offers 65 ensuite bedrooms which are all stylishly complete with direct dial telephone, satellite television, safe, and interior decor matching 5 star standards. Located in the center of Arusha city, the hotel is famous for its rolling lawn and lush tropical gardens which is home to a variety of bird life and exotic plants.
Arusha Coffee Lodge
Inspired by the grace and romance of a fine ‘old-time’ coffee plantation, guests can anticipate accommodation of the highest standard with 21 private chalets featuring multi-level areas, huge balconies and beautiful fireplaces. Each chalet has its own coffee grinder and percolator in the
spirit of a true coffee estate experience.
spirit of a true coffee estate experience.
The lodge is located in the midst of a coffee plantation, about 25 minutes out of the city of Arusha. The hotel features a swimming pool, restaurant and bar, souvenir shop and massage room. Guest rooms all have their own veranda from where you can enjoy beautiful views of Mount Meru.
Dik Dik Hotel
Located at the foot of Mount Meru, this exclusive hotel is managed and run by a Swiss family. Offering high standards of service, the hotel consists of 18 double suites. All rooms have mini-bars and other amenities. The restaurant is situated amidst beautiful surroundings and a bird lake.
Situated on the slopes of Mt.Meru at an altitude of 1200 meters. A spring is born in the forest beside the lodge and runs into a lake full of tropical plants, which forms an ideal bird sanctuary of incredible beauty. From the veranda, you can see the snow capped peak of Kilimanjaro on clear days.
A small establishment on a farm between the Kilimanjaro Airport and Arusha. There is a river flowing fresh from Mt Meru and beautiful fields of flowers, which are grown for export. Accommodation consists of garden cottages and two main homestead rooms, all en suite. The rooms are nicely decorated and the lodge has a relaxed and homely atmosphere.
Serengeti National Park
Serengeti Sopa Lodge
This lodge is constructed in the intriguing style of Masai Manyatta, each building with rounded corners and flat roofs. The complex is superbly situated in the Nyarboro Hills, an area of intense natural beauty. The acacia woodland on the lower slopes of the hills and the all-year-round springs have created an ideal habitat for many species of game living in this area. The elevated position of the lodge provides guests with a cooling breeze above the sunbaked plains and sweeping panoramic views of timeless Africa.
The lodge is located in the Northern Corridor of the park, on the main wildebeest migration route between the Serengeti and the Maasai Mara. The migration seasons at camp are centred around July and November when the herds pass through the area, sometimes crossing the river right in front of the camp. Additionally there is good resident game throughout the year.
Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge
Spread along the uppermost rim of the Ngorongoro World Heritage Site. The lodge offers breathtaking views of the crater floor far below. At all Sopa lodges, each room is a suite with two Queen-Sized beds.
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire Sopa Lodge
The ‘low profile’ structure of this lodge is tucked away well into a wooded hillside valley overlooking the Tarangire Hill. This splendid lodge lives fully up to the 5 star reputation of the Sopa chain of hotels scattered throughout the region.
Tarangire Tree Tops
This camp features 15 luxury en-suite tents, built atop tree-attached platforms, overlooking the Tarangire Sand River. The camp has been superbly blended into the environment with the sleeping platforms built into a variety of Baobab, Mopani and Wild Fig trees. The dining area is situated close to the swimming pool and elephant water hole.