#SerenaHotels scoop 5 World Travel Awards

SERENA HOTELS RECEIVE FIVE ‘TRAVEL OSCARS
(Posted 07th June 2019)

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Serena Hotels said thank you to their clientele and patrons for once again voting in their favourite Serena properties as winners in the categories shown further below, at the 26th World Travel Awards at the Africa and Indian Ocean Gala held on 1st June in Mauritius:

Mozambique’s Leading Hotel 2019: Polana Serena Hotel
Mozambique’s Leading Hotel Suite 2019: Presidential Suite at Polana Serena Hotel
Rwanda’s Leading Hotel 2019: Kigali Serena Hotel
Uganda’s Leading Hotel 2019: Kampala Serena Hotel
Uganda’s Leading Hotel Suite 2019: Presidential Suite at Lake Victoria Serena Resort & Spa

Serena Africa continues to curate and create unique, one-of-a-kind signature experiences at various properties in the five African countries where the leading African hospitality brand has presence as of now, with a sixth country, Congo, coming on line later this year when a new Serena Hotel in Goma will open its doors.

Complemented by exceptional service, modern amenities and uncompromising comfort, the elegant and harmonious interior and exterior spaces, reflect a blend of the rich culture, heritage and traditions inspired from our exotic locations. Our guests thus gain immediate experience of and connection with the history, culture and lifestyle of what is today recognized as the ‘Pan-African Style’” commented Mr. Mahmud Jan Mohamed, Managing Director, Serena Hotels.

He added: ‘Over the last four decades, Serena Hotels has risen to the challenge of promoting sustainable and responsible tourism in under-served regions which is an intrinsic part of our operations. We are grateful that our guests recognise and participate in many of our sustainable initiatives.”

The Kigali Serena Hotel for instance supports the Sustainable Growers Non-Profit Program that helps transform women coffee growers into professional suppliers of specialty coffee. Every cup served at Kigali Serena Hotel contributes to helping over 30,000 Rwandan women farmers advance their expertise.

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