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The views, the food and the staff were excellent. The only issue was the fact that you share your hot water with the neighbors so if you are unlucky like us...you may arrive at your room after 5 hours drivibg and there is no hot...More
Thank Y M
Response from Rhino L, Manager at Ngorongoro Rhino LodgeResponded 21 February 2017
Many thanks for your feedback following your stay with us at Rhino Lodge - comments both positive and negative are always taken seriously. We do advise guests when they arrive in the briefing that the hot water tank is shared between 2 rooms and ask...More
The third of our mid-range lodge nights on a recent safari and again we weren't disappointed. The deck was a plus, and we enjoyed a drink and a chat with a range of like minded travellers. It continued in the friendly, cosy dining area, where...More
1 Thank Steve R
Response from Rhino L, General Manager at Ngorongoro Rhino LodgeResponded 15 February 2017
Thanks Steve for your kind comments and it was good to see you taking advantage of the lovely views from the deck and sharing your experiences with fellow travellers. We hope you enjoy the rest of your time in Tanzania and look forward to seeing...More
A nice place to stay with friendly staff and good food. The bedroom was good, bathroom okay. No mosqito net above the bed so we had to put up our own. Nice view from the room. We felt completely safe in the room even if...More
Thank Sofia E
Response from Rhino L, General Manager at Ngorongoro Rhino LodgeResponded 16 February 2017
Thanks Sofia for your review of Rhino Lodge. The views are indeed spectacular and hopefully next time you may well see our buffalo and elephants and feel quite safe in your room. At this altitude mosquito nets are not necessary as it is too cold...More
This one of our last stops along our safari and was a good overall hotel.
We loved the fireplaces in the room for at night because of the colder temperatures and the staff did a good job of getting it ready for you before bed....More
After lovely experiences at Eileens Trees Inn and Katikati Camp 1, we expected an equally pleasant visit at the Rhino Lodge. It has a big reputation. We could not have been more disappointed.
Reception - Rude man who could not be bothered to speak in...More