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The lake victoria serena resort

Lake-Victoria-Serena-Resort -entebbeOn the shores of the world’s second largest fresh water lake – Lake Victoria, there lies a gem that is far beyond the ordinary settling the aspirations of affluent travelers including those on safaris in Uganda.
Belonging to the International chain of Serena Hotels, the Lake Victoria Serena Resort is the recent addition to the East Africa establishments opening its doors in the month of October, the year 2009 with the future plans of adding a luxury residential complex, marina and golf course.
Towering over the white-terraced rose gardens descending passed the fountains and water cascades on the shores of the gigantic lake, the resort presents a tranquil environment close to Entebbe and acts as an extension of the top notch Kampala Serena Hotel thus taking into account of various travelers that prefer varying accommodation setting while on Uganda safaris.
The Lake Victoria Serena Resort features gracious terracotta along with a cream palace while the central citadel is surrounded by cocktail terraces and broad café where relaxation is guaranteed in cushioned sofas. There above the reception, there is beautiful Roman fountain while the white arched galleries tower to a clear glass atrium in which light shafts illuminate the below fountain courtyard leaving the first time guests in moments of wonder which adds to the overall Uganda safari experience.
Behind the main restaurants mosaic frescoes, a clock tower towers above a pool deck where white arch colonnades present an impressive frame for the Lake’s hazy blue and the surrounding green hills of Lweza. Amidst the remarkable gardens there lie spacious villas that present a range of rooms and the suites all featuring the panoramic view of the lake.
Lake Victoria Serena Resort offers accommodation in 124 rooms which include; 114 standard rooms, 8 executive Suites and 2 Presidential Suites. The Standard rooms feature elegant queen sized or two twin beds, work station, dressing table, marble bathroom, balcony and seating area and are located in the Tuscan Villa.
The executive Suites feature a living area with enough space along with flat Screen Television, second balcony and office space where as the Presidential Suites are positioned in the pent house floor of the main Citadel and present with them a lush bathroom, king sized bed, impressive reception area, furnished terrace, dining room featuring a private Kitchen. The Presidential floor also has a private conference space.
The rooms at Lake Victoria Serena Resort features air conditioning, the provision for 24 hour service, Wi-Fi and modem hook up internet, direct dial telephone, flat screen satellite TV, mini bar, voice mail, private safe, hair driers, facilities for making tea and coffee, concierge/ porter, 24 hour call on doctor, access to Maisha Health Spa, Business Center and provision for airport taxi, shuttle or limousine service.
The families travelling together on safaris to Uganda have got their stay well planned at Lake Victoria Serena Hotel. The resort offers accommodation free of charge to the children below 3 years of age while from 3 – 7 years, they are charged 50% and then 7 – 18 years are offered at 75%. The arrangement for the extra beds, menus and dining for children, interconnecting family rooms, children’s paddling pool and baby-sitting not forgetting the secure and extensive gardens make the place ideal for families.
In general, Lake Vitoria Serena Resort features a range of facilities including the Kigo cock tail bar, Lake View pool terrace café and bar, Health club, raised terraces for private events and cocktails, VIP entrance, dedicated car park, helipad and full security, Business Center and conference center with the capacity to accommodate 300 people
Lake Victoria Serena Hotel can be accesses in Kigo area between Entebbe and Kampala 30km form Entebbe International Airport and 15km from Kampala. It id locates off Entebbe road.

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