Aziz Boolani, chief executive of Serena Hotels in south and central Asia, speaks to Breaking Travel News as the brand claims a clutch of titles at the World Travel Awards Asia & Australasia Gala Ceremony 2018 in Hong Kong.
Zanzibar Serena Hotel general manager, Paul Chaulo, speaks to Breaking Travel News as the property is recognised as among the best in Africa by the World Travel Awards.
Taking the title of Uganda’s Leading Hotel, Breaking Travel News here talks to Mercy Kateera, executive assistant to the general manager, Kampala Serena Hotel about the trophy and how it feels to be honoured by the World Travel Awards.
Taking the title of Uganda’s Leading Hotel Suite for the Presidential Suite, Breaking Travel News here talks with Frankline Nyakundi, general manager, Lake Victoria Serena Resort, about the honour and how it feels to have won.
Daniel Sambai & Denise Omany, Kigali Serena Hotel tell Breaking Travel News about the hotel they represent, what is on offer there, and how winning at the World Travel Awards will allow them to welcome more guests in the future.
Aziz Boolani, chief executive, south and central Asia, Serena Hotels speaks to Breaking Travel News about the brand, what it offers to hospitality in the region, and how important it is to win at the World Travel Awards.
Aziz Boolani, chief executive, Serena Hotels South & Central Asia, speaks to Breaking Travel News about the growth of the brand and how this will be assisted by the company’s victory at the World Travel Awards.
Rahim Azad, general manager, Dar es Salaam Serena Hotel, speaks to Breaking Travel News at the World Travel Awards Africa Gala Ceremony hosted by Safari Park Hotel & Casino, Kenya.
Officials at the Africa Travel Association, the leading travel industry trade association promoting tourism to Africa, have announced Serena Hotels has joined the organisation as a corporate member. Serena Hotels’ leading markets in Africa include Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, Zanzibar/Tanzania and Uganda.
While all eyes have been on London this week for the 2012 Olympic Games, the real ‘Greatest Show on Earth’ has been taking place in the Masai Mara game reserves in Kenya as hundreds of thousands of wildebeest complete the annual migration. The natural phenomenon marks the high-point of the tourist season in the region, as the wildebeest make the journey from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to Kenya.
Serena Hotels will commence construction of a new luxury tented camp in Kenya in April 2010, a move that will further strengthen the existing Serena safari circuit in East Africa.