Kempinski Hotels will open two lodges and a high-end tented camp in Tanzania’s popular wilderness sites, in 2023.

Located at the Serengeti National Park, a World Heritage Site, Kempinski Longosa Lodge Serengeti will feature 75 rooms, suites, a three-bedroom villa, and a presidential villa.

F&B options include bars and lounges, a dining area with decks, and outdoor cooking areas. Leisure facilities include an outdoor pool, children‘s play corners, and a wellness area.

Kempinski Kitbong Hill Tarangire will be surrounded by splendid Baobab trees in the heart of Tarangire National Park. It will offer 75 guestrooms, suites, and villas.

The brand will also open Kempinski Msasa Lodge Lake Manyara. A total of 19 tents with terrace and outdoor showers, two junior suite tents with an outside pool as well as two family tents with two rooms will be available for the guests. Placed on a ridge overlooking the lake and deep gorges, this luxurious tented camp offers access to world-class game viewing and an exceptional birdlife variety.

Commenting on the expansion, Bernold Schroeder, chief executive officer ad interim and chairman of the Executive Board of Kempinski Hotels said:

“We are delighted to be extending our international Kempinski portfolio in such an incredible country. In line with our brand promise of the highest quality standards and to cater to our guests with outstanding destinations, we are continuing our selective expansion by adding high-class hotels in exciting parts of the world.

“While we are happy to be currently extending long term contracts within Europe in partnership with our highly respected owners, we are at the same time moving forward with our expansion around the globe.”

Lachezar Todorov, CEO of Helios Lodges Company said:

“With Kempinski Hotels we found a highly reliable and experienced partner, who since many decades delivers luxury experiences to guests around the globe. Their commitment and expertise in the hotel industry meet our vision of a long-term partnership for our new projects in Africa, which we hope to become a market leader and a trendsetter in this evergrowing market.”