Mara Serena Lodge

Mara Serena Lodge


It is all here: fascinating game drives in a spectacular landscape, a superbly comfortable accommodation with a delicious cuisine, a delightfully refreshing pool and, at night, a bush dinner under Africa’s blinking night sky. Experience Africa at its best at the Mara Serena Lodge at the heart of the Maasai Mara National Park!


The Maasai Mara ranks as one of Africa’s most species diverse and abundant regions. And what is more, once a year it becomes the stage for a spectacular nature show: read more » the Great Migration. At the Mara Serena Lodge, you enjoy front row seats!


The camp’s location could not be any better: Set on a rise above the surrounding landscape, the Mara Serena Lodge commands a wonderful view out over the wilderness. Let your eyes stray across the plains and the Mara River in the South that is populated by hippopotamus and features a crossing-point for the wildebeests during the Great Migration.


The architectural design is based on a traditional Maasai village. It combines the rustic, unbridled African beauty with modern, international chic. An ochre colour scheme, elegant arches and an airy flair set the tone.


The Mara Serena Lodge’s 76 brick-built rooms stretch out along the hill in two rows and offer the Serena’s trademark high comfort level. The spacious restaurant serves delicious gourmet buffets, the bar invites you to enjoy a drink and the swimming pool to take a refreshing splash.


Touch down on the Mara Serena’s private airstrip and climb into the open safari vehicle waiting to take you into the heart of the wilderness. In addition to the exciting game drives, the Mara Serena offers guided bush hikes in a private concession and visits to the neighbouring Maasai village. Welcome! « show less


The Mara Serena Lodge’s luxurious ensuite rooms have been accommodated in two rows adjacent to either side of the lodge’s main building. Ingeniously designed and set at an angle, every room commands read more » an unobstructed view of the majestic Mara River.


The Standard Rooms have been decked out in traditional hues of savannah yellow and bushland ochre. The traditional Maasai Manyatta style has been skilfully incorporated into the design.


The rooms have been equipped with either a vast king-sized bed or twin beds, elegantly topped by a white baldachin. The bathrooms feature abundant marble and a generously large shower. And then, of course, a private balcony invites you to take a break and rest your eyes on the Mara River.


The superbly luxurious Mara Suite is the first choice for those looking for something special: it is the Mara Serena Lodge’s equivalent of a Presidential Suite. Step inside and admire the vast master bedroom with its luxurious king-sized bed. The adjoining bathroom has been equipped with both a shower and a bathtub.


A separate lounge invites you to kick back and relax. And what is more, three private balconies command a view of the Maasai Mara’s wonderful wilderness. The Mara Suite includes perfect service: Your personal room steward is available around the clock for all your requests. How about a sundowner cocktail prepared at a moment’s notice? « show less


Feel the magic of Kenya on one of the Serena Mara Lodge’s exciting excursions. Of course, the setting right at the heart of the celebrated Maasai Mara National Park is quite simply perfect.


The open read more » vehicle game drives are a great introduction to the native wildlife. With just a little luck on your side you may spot all members of the famous Big Five: the elephant, the rhinoceros, the lion, the buffalo and the leopard.


Moreover, every year, the Maasai Mara becomes the stage for the Great Migration that starts with the onset of the dry season in Tanzania. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience: Two million wildebeests, zebras, antelopes and gazelles travel 1600 kilometres north from the Serengeti to the Maasai Mara’s fertile grazing plains!


The Serena hotel chain has made it its personal mission to support the local population, to respect the regional traditions and to protect the surrounding nature and wildlife.


You will become part of this philosophy when you set off on guided bush hikes, birding tours or camel riding trips. Get close to the Maasai Mara National Park’s wild inhabitants and keep the camera at the ready! « show less