New rooftop bar and organic design materials create an African aesthetic space with a contemporary edge at Serengeti Migration Camp
Work is underway at Elewana Serengeti Migration Camp to give the camp a lift with upgrades taking place across the entrance area, bedrooms, and dining room, as well as a striking new rooftop bar, perfect for a relaxing sundowner. The concept will feature organic design materials including earth-walls, rich wood, jute, woven fabrics, beads, and carvings to create an Afrocentric space with a contemporary edge.
Terracotta pots, woven light features, organic fabrics, three large chandeliers, ceiling fans and re-upholstered furnishings will leave a lasting first impression as guests enter the camp.
The pool area will be upgraded and repainted, with re-furbished loungers, reupholstered cushions, and umbrellas. Additionally, an exciting new outdoor bar will be built on the top deck, where a range of beverages will be served from a curbed brick bar with a dark wooden top.
The dining area will be enhanced with new chandeliers, while tribal patterns will feature in the new décor and new textiles and placemats and dining accessories will tie into the colour and style scheme.
Bedrooms will receive a more contemporary makeover with modern African patterns, upgraded lighting, and reconfigured furniture allowing for more space, along with new carpets and bed throws.