Kabul Serena Hotel

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Kabul Serena Hotel
Serena Hotel in Kabul-2013.jpg
The inside garden area
Kabul Serena Hotel is located in Afghanistan
Kabul Serena Hotel
Location within Afghanistan
General information
Location District 2, Kabul, Afghanistan
Coordinates 34°31′12″N 69°10′40″E / 34.52000°N 69.17778°E / 34.52000; 69.17778
Opening 1945
Owner Government of Afghanistan
Management Serena Hotels
Design and construction
Developer Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN)
Other information
Number of rooms 177

Kabul Serena Hotel is a luxury hotel in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan. It is set in landscaped gardens, overlooking the city's famous Zarnegar Park. Originally built in 1945, the hotel has been completely refurbished and extended in recent years, reopening in 2005.[1] It has also twice been the subject of terrorist attacks, once in January 2008 and once more in March 2014.[2]

Today the hotel has 177 rooms and suites. It has several restaurants include the Café Zarnegar serving Afghan cuisine, the Wild Rice fine-dining restaurant serving South-East Asian cuisine, the Serena Pastry Shop, serving home-made breads, cakes and patisseries and the Char Chata Lounge. The hotel also includes Maisha Spa & Health Club, offering a fitness centre, a steam room, and a sauna.

See also



  1. ^ Ismaili.net
  2. ^ "Terrorists hit Australian embassy". The Courier-Mail. January 14, 2008. 

External links

  • Official site

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