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Kempinski plans to open Tanzanian lodges in 2023


Kempinski Group plans to open its three properties in Northern Tanzania in 2023.

The three feature two elegant lodges and a high-end tented camp.

Kempinksi Msasa Lodge Lake Manyara will boast 19 tents with a terrace and outdoor shower, two junior suite tents with an outside pool, and two larger family tents.

The second property will be the 75-room Kempinski Longosa Lodge Serengeti, with a range of guest rooms, suites, and villas sitting in the middle of an animal migration corridor.

Thirdly will be the 75-room Kempinski Kitbong Hill Tarangire, which will reside in the centre of Tarangire National Park.

The three properties are expected to offer wildlife lovers great views and an opportunity to interact with nature.

“With these new Kempinski destinations in Tanzania, we are able to offer the best of both worlds to our guests by combining a stay in harmony with nature and the highest quality standards our brand has been known for over the last 125 years,” said Bernold Schroeder, chief executive officer ad interim and chairman of the executive board of Kempinski Hotels recently.

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