Lodges in Bwindi National Park
Ruhija Gorilla Lodge
Ruhija Gorilla Lodge, located in the middle of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, offers unique luxury accommodation with breathtaking views of the forest. The lodge’s en suite rooms, carefully designed to blend in with the natural environment have comfortable beds, beautiful furnishings, and hot and cold running water. The lodge’s unique setting offers guests peace and tranquillity and a home away from home where they can enjoy the melodies of insects and birds, surprise visits from monkeys and the night time sounds of the jungle
Gorilla Forest Camp
This camp, located on a hillside nestled in the rainforest, is within walking distance of the starting point for the park’s gorilla tracking. A luxury tented camp with eight en suite double rooms, each with two queens sized beds, a private wooden deck and a bathtub with a view of the forest, Gorilla Forest Camp provides a beautiful and relaxing setting.
Gorilla Forest Camp is one of the few Luxury and exclusive camp in the Northern Sector of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. It is located in one of the two camps/lodges located inside the park and thus ideal for gorilla trekking, bird watching and nature walks which are popular with Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Gorilla Forest Camp has one of the finest and comfortable lounge and bar which acts as the restaurant too. Because of its location, the camp has often and many a time received surprise mountain gorilla visits which tend to excite guests. Gorilla Forest Camp belongs to the sanctuary retreat family of lodges and boosts of eight luxury tents with comfortable warm beds, huge bathtubs, and all tents have been strategically constructed in the jungle canopy offering you a relaxing mood especially after your gorilla trekking experience.
Situated on the original “homestead” site at Bwindi, adjacent to the national park, this exclusive lodge has been extensively renovated to offer uninterrupted views of the pristine rainforest canopy. The lodge has eight beautifully appointed and spacious cottages situated along the mountainside, each with its private veranda. Large comfortable beds ensure a good night’s rest following a tiring day of gorilla tracking. En suite bathrooms are spacious and equipped with flushing toilets and piping hot showers, with the honeymoon cottage boasting a ‘cuddle-tub’. Meals are wholesome and freshly prepared with a variety of international dishes including local specialties such as matoke and g-nut sauce. Unlimited hot beverages are available all day on a self-serve basis and are delivered to your cottage with an early morning wake up call upon request, allowing guests to watch the sunrise over the forest from their private verandas. Lighting and heating throughout the lodge are solar-powered and the lodge’s inviting upper-level lounge, bar and dining area, where guests can relax, dine and discuss the day’s events, offers cozy fireplaces providing warmth and comfort in the cool evenings.
Buhoma Lodge boost of some the best-trained staff who will welcome you with a smile, serve you a meal that you are likely not to taste anywhere in Uganda, making the whole experience in this gorilla sanctuary a memorable one.
Because of the location of the lodge, there is no doubt that gorillas have sometimes been spotted there giving a surprise visit to the resident clients. Gorilla families that can be trekked from Buhoma Lodge include Mubare, Rushegura, Habinyanja, Oruzogo, and Bitukura.
This luxury lodge, located in the Nkuringo section of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, has eight spacious en suite natural stone rooms including a two-room family unit. The lodge has a large reception area, gift shop and bar and six fireplaces located throughout the building to keep guests warm on chilly nights. The lodge’s garden area is a wonderful and comfortable place for guests to relax after a strenuous day of gorilla tracking.
This lodge, located only a short distance from Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, has wonderful views. All cottages are en suite and face the rainforest. The lodge’s spacious lounge and dining area offer excellent views, providing the perfect place to enjoy sundowners and dine amid the sights and sounds of the forest
.Engagi lodge is one of the Luxury accommodations located in the Northern sector of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. It is 5 minutes walk from the park headquarters and thus ideal accommodation for those tracking gorilla families in the north of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Engagi means Gorilla in Rukiga. Gorilla families that can be trekked from Engagi lodge include Mubare Group, Rushegura Group, Habinyanja Group and then Oruzongo and Bitukura group. The last two gorilla groups require an early start as you will need to drive at least two hours before you reach the trailhead.
The lodge boasts of 8 Cottages/cabins with great views of the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Each cottage has a verandah where you can relax if you don’t feel like going to the restaurant. All rooms are self-contained with en suite bathrooms to give you that extra privacy and luxury. Each cottage is spaced and has a unique location.
The lodge has been built using a local workforce and local materials. All of the staff have been employed from the surrounding areas, and have been trained on-site.
The restaurant area is wide enough overlooking the impenetrable forest giving you that relaxing mood while enjoying your meal or drink. The restaurant has enough space to cater for big groups and still has that privacy for small groups.
Volcanoes Bwindi Camp
This camp, overlooking Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, has spacious and airy en suite cottages individually styled with local art and products, giving it a truly African feel. Designed with eco-friendly solar power energy and built into the natural environment, the lodge’s central dining, lounge, and bar sit beneath papyrus cover and around a cozy fireplace, providing guests with a perfect place to relax in the evenings.
Lake Kitandara Tented Camp
This East African style tented camp, located near Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, has beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. The camp’s central lounge area provides guests with a relaxing place to enjoy sundowners, dine and share stories around the campfire at night.
Nkuringo Gorilla Camp, located on Nteko Ridge alongside Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, has both en suite cottages with views of the Virungas and Rift Valley and twin rooms in the camp’s newly built Virunga terrace. The restaurant serves a wide variety of cuisines made with locally produced ingredients. On a clear day, guests have a chance of seeing the Rwenzori Glacier over 160 km in the distance.
Locally run Bwindi View offers traditional “bandas” built using local and natural materials. Lodging consists of several buildings with rooms accommodating between two to four people. Bathroom facilities are shared, bedding is provided, and hot water is available for showers. Bwindi View’s restaurant serves hot and cold beverages and freshly cooked local cuisine giving guests a true taste of Uganda.
Mahogany Springs offers privacy and serenity blended with optimal comfort in a spectacular setting and is the perfect base from which to begin your Gorilla Tracking or Bird watching adventures.
All the rooms are suites with Twin, Double or Triple options offered. These suites are spacious with large double doors and beautiful windows opening onto its own private exquisitely designed terrace with panoramic views of the surrounding area. There are power points in the rooms as well as a dressing table/desk. For added comfort and peace of mind, all the suites have an advanced mosquito net system that wraps around the entire area of the beds. Mahogany Springs is one of the new luxury lodges located in the northern section of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park providing clients with an option for accommodation. This unique lodge with a mixture of traditional and international blends has become one of the thoughts after accommodation by clients. The lodge has been constructed to make a difference with all details put into consideration.
Mahogany Springs offers unrivaled service to clients due to the highly trained and professional staff employed at the Lodge. Mahogany Springs is one of the perfect lodges to reside in a night before and after your gorilla trek in the northern section of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Some gorilla families frequently and surprisingly visit this lodge so once in a while occupants get to view these gorillas.
On a hill close to Bwindi Forest is SilverBack Lodge with a beautiful view of almost the entire forest. The rooms face the thick forest. Each room was built using local material that provides the true nature of African architecture blended with modern facilities. The lodge has a well-stocked bar and a restaurant that serves a variety of meals. The lodge has 12 ensuite rooms each with a clear view of the forest.
Lodges in Lake Bunyonyi
This inn, located near the 7th hole of the Kabale Club Golf Course, offers scenic views over the Rugarama Valley and the Kigezi Highlands. A variety of rooms are available, all en suite. The inn has a restaurant, well-stocked bar, swimming pool, sauna, and digital satellite television.
This inn is located in the famous Kigezi Highlands, known as the “Switzerland of Africa”. Surrounded by terraced farming and mountain scenery, the hotel was named for the European settlers who used to ride their beautiful white horses on nearby Makanga Hill. All rooms are en suite with views of the terraced hills and the late afternoon and early morning mist in the valley below. A fireplace in the inn’s lodge provides warmth in the cool evenings.
This island camp is located 9 km offshore on a private island in the middle of Lake Bunyonyi. Transport by motorboat is necessary to reach the camp. Safari tents with thatched roofs and two-room brick cottages all offer views of the lake from private verandas. The indoor and outdoor restaurants cater to all types of weather and provide the warmth of a bonfire in the evenings. Boats are available for exploring the lake and bird watching. Bushara Island Camp is a community project run by a local church group that ensures Lake Bunyoni’s local communities benefit from the camp’s proceeds.
This camp, located on the shores of Lake Bunyonyi, provides basic but comfortable accommodation in en suite cottages overlooking the lake. The camp also offers two-bedroom family cottages with a sitting room, kitchen, and private veranda. There is also some tented accommodation for hire.
Meals and bar service are available.
Lodges in Lake Mburo National Park
Located off the main route high up on a hillside in the national park, this tented camp boasts views stretching far and wide. This camp provides a very traditional East African safari-style tented accommodation, each ensuite tent with its wooden deck, private dressing area, and a hot shower. The camp offers a thatched central dining and bar area serving cold drinks and multi-course meals. Mantana’s spectacular views and free-roaming wildlife offer guests a special opportunity to get close to nature.
Mihingo Lodge is a peaceful and luxurious retreat adjacent to Lake Mburo National Park. Sitting on over 200 privately owned acres, the lodge features ten rooms built on wooden platforms and stilts and covered with traditional thatched roofs. The lodge’s spacious and comfortable ensuite tents have hot and cold running water and hot showers with each room privately located, enabling guests to enjoy the tranquil environment in complete seclusion. Guests can choose from a forest setting, lake view or rock outcrop. The lodge’s large thatched dining area was built using stone, the wood of dead olive trees and native grasses found on the property. Guests can dine at or take an afternoon swim in Mihingo’s infinity swimming pool while enjoying the spectacular view of the park’s vast valley and stunning sunsets over Lake Mburo National Park. Animals gathering in the valley provide fantastic game viewing opportunities and guests can watch wildlife at the lodge’s watering hole and salt lick below the pool.
Lodges in Murchison Falls National Park
This colonial-style hotel, one of Uganda’s oldest, was recently renovated and provides nice accommodation at a reasonable rate. Located in the town of Masindi, the hotel’s restaurant and bar also provides an excellent lunch stop on the way to Murchison Falls National Park. Guests can easily travel to the nearby “Royal Mile”, famous for its majestic mahogany trees and numerous bird species
This mid-range lodge sits near the top of Murchison Falls in a beautiful forested ravine. Traditional thatched and stone “rondavel” rooms are all en suite with solar-powered heat and lighting. The central dining and bar area is located in an open-sided veranda, allowing guests to view the floodlit garden area at night where animals graze and even visit the swimming pool. The forest surrounding the lodge is perfect for those wanting to search for birds and other wildlife.
Nile Safari Lodge
This lodge, located on the banks of the Nile River, is halfway between Murchison Falls and Lake Albert. Guests can choose from tented camps or log cabins, all with their private wooden verandas facing the Nile. All rooms are en suite. The lodge’s restaurant and bar overlooks the river and guests can enjoy spectacular views from the lodge’s private swimming pool.
This lodge, perched high on a cliff has spectacular views of the mighty Nile River. The large two-story lodge has an upstairs restaurant and bar, perfect for enjoying drinks and dinner while watching the sunset over the Nile. A large pool area with its bar provides a welcome respite from the heat of the day.
Red Chili Bandas is Murchison Falls only budget accommodation. Rooms, known as “bandas”, are small two-person circular huts made of local materials with thatched roofs. Guests can choose between en suite or shared facilities. With its proximity to the park, Red Chili offers guests an opportunity to enjoy the local wildlife, including friendly warthogs and monkeys, right outside their rooms.
This new lodge stands on the cliff above the Victoria Nile valley on the far Eastern side of Murchison Falls National Park. It boasts breathtaking panoramic views and sounds of the River Nile’s magnificent rapids as it sets the scene for an adventure that will impress even the most discerning of visitors. Its accommodation consists of 36 elegant guest rooms, 21 luxury tents, 4 suites, and a Presidential Cottage. The River Nile is the main focus from an architect’s perspective, and so all the rooms and luxury tents have balconies and terraces facing the magnificent sweeping views. It has a well-stocked bar, lounge, and terrace for meals as well as two swimming pools and related facilities
Murchison River Lodge has been carefully and sensitively built on the edge of the mighty River Nile overlooking pods of hippos and Uganda’s magnificent Murchison Falls National Park. It offers comfortable and relaxing mid-range accommodation in safari tents and beautiful thatched cottages. Due to the location and being respectful of the environment solar energy has been widely utilized – solar panels have been fitted to roofs, the solar water pump fills the tanks and the solar fridges and freezers keep everything cold and cool. The grounds are large with many large trees providing shade in the heat of the day as well as many bird species and smaller mammals such as monkeys to cohabit with the lodge and its visitors.
Pakuba lodge is situated on the eastern bank of Albert Nile, easily accessed through the Tangi gate. Its 46 Luxury spacious rooms can be set with either twins or a double bed. The large lounge area and surrounding grounds give guests a grand-stand view of Lake Albert and the Albert Nile.
Lodges in Queen Elizabeth National Park
Located on a peninsula overlooking the Kazinga Channel on one side and the Rwenzori Mountains on the other, this recently renovated lodge provides some of the best accommodation and service facilities in Uganda. Amenities include a swimming pool, the Tembo bar and an elegant air-conditioned restaurant with global cuisine. Breakfast is served on the lodge’s outdoor terrace with views of the Kazinga Channel below.
Mweya Safari Lodge has 54 rooms, where 24 are standard rooms of which some have a channel view and other have no channel view, air conditioning is not a guarantee in each room, Deluxe rooms guarantee a channel view and are air-conditioned. The lodge also offers deluxe tents, a royal cottage, a presidential cottage, and a Queen cottage
Set on the edge of a crater lake, Jacana Lodge blends in perfectly with the wooded surroundings of the Maramagambo Forest. Built using rock, wood, rope, and other natural materials, each log cabin is beautifully and uniquely furnished and all rooms are en suite. A floating dining area on the Crater Lake provides a tranquil setting for sundowners and dinner in the evenings.
Ishasha Wilderness Camp is situated inside the southern Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park on the Ntungwe river and is an idyllic retreat for people who truly enjoy the wilderness. This exclusive camp offers quality accommodation and services in this unspoiled remote southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park is famous for its tree-climbing lions that can sometimes be spotted resting in the branches of the large fig trees in the area.
Each of the ten spacious framed canvas rooms, situated in the wooded area beside the river, is comfortably furnished and with its own private en suite bathroom and dressing area providing running water, hot water ‘bush’ showers and a flushing eco-friendly toilet.
A central lounge/dining area, under a cool thatched roof, provides a comfortable environment for meals and relaxing during the day. A shaded area beside the river offers al fresco dining and an evening ‘fireplace’ for guests to relax with sundowners and share their day’s experience.
Katara Lodge, just outside Queen Elizabeth National Park, provides a serene and exclusive luxury option overlooking the park’s vast landscape. Each of the lodge’s large and spacious cottages has the option of a “sky bed” which can be wheeled to the cottage’s outside platform for a night under the stars. Katara’s restaurant and bar offer spectacular views
Kyambura Game Lodge
This lodge, located in the western part of the Rift Valley, boasts fantastic views of Queen Elizabeth National Park and the Rwenzori Mountains. Built using environmentally friendly local materials, the lodges en suite cottages are private and naturally situated among the native trees and shrubs, designed to be environmentally friendly. Kyambura’s restaurant has a cozy fireplace for chilly nights and guests can enjoy sundowners on the lodge’s deck overlooking the park. A private swimming pool adjacent to the lodge’s campfire provides the perfect setting for evening traditional dance performances.
This mid-range lodge is located on the outskirts of Queen Elizabeth National Park. It commands a spectacular view of Lake Edward and Kikoronko. Various accommodation types are ranging from the en suite guest rooms to dormitories and camping facilities. Services are completed with dining and bar facilities available on site.
Situated on the edge of the Kyambura Gorge and Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kyambura Gorge Lodge, has far-reaching views over the Gorge and the lush savannah of the park, with the peaks of the Rwenzori Mountains in the distance.
The main lodge building was originally a coffee store and processing plant, surrounded by coffee plantations. The original structure has been sensitively restored to create a stunning living space, balancing the history of the building with the location and creating a series of distinct luxurious contemporary spaces for guests.
Eight beautiful, spacious cottages have been carefully nestled into the hillside, each with their luxury bathroom. Each room has a different aspect of the panoramic views across the gorge, savannah, and mythical Rwenzoris. Each room is uniquely appointed, adopting a different color theme.
This hotel is located in Kanungu district, not far from the Ishasha Sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park and maybe a stopover when traveling to or from Bwindi National Park.
Although not on the national power grid, regular power is provided, utilizing solar energy which is abundantly available in this area. It has a range of room types within the large grounds and the main building with a lounge with DSTV facility, conference hall, well-stocked bar and restaurant where various local and international dishes are offered.
Hotels in Entebbe
This landmark of a hotel, built in the old colonial style, boasts a beautiful view of Lake Victoria and a quiet and relaxing atmosphere. All rooms are en suite and have air conditioning and satellite television. The hotel serves both European and Indian cuisine and offers several dining options including a formal dining area, outside terrace, and a breakfast room. Also, the hotel’s two bars and full-size pool with its bar and restaurant provide a perfect atmosphere for unwinding from international flights before heading off on safari.
This Inn overlooks Entebbe’s 18 hole golf course and has a beautiful view of Lake Victoria. The hotel offers both en suite and shared accommodation and has a restaurant on site serving both Ugandan and European cuisine. Golf View is walking distance from Entebbe’s main street.
This modern hotel is situated near Entebbe’s Botanical Garden and overlooks beautiful Lake Victoria. Botanical Beach has a la carte restaurant and a full bar onsite. A large garden provides guests with a relaxing place to unwind or enjoy a drink under the shade of the hotel’s many trees. The hotel also has a gym, sauna, and indoor swimming pool.
This tented camp, privately situated on Ngamba Island, offers four spacious and comfortable African style tents on platforms overlooking Lake Victoria and its many islands. Each two-person en suite tent has solar-powered lighting and its sitting area. All meals are prepared and served in either the relaxed outdoor garden or covered dining area. Multi-course meals include local specialties such as fresh Tilapia from the lake and g-nut sauce.
The Boma is a small, family-run guest house located in the suburbs of Entebbe. A converted residential home, The Boma offers quiet, relaxed accommodation and a peaceful atmosphere. Each en suite room is uniquely decorated, with many having their veranda. Gourmet meals are prepared upon request and guests can enjoy the welcoming bar area any time of day as well as the guest house’s large garden, private swimming pool and large patio boasting a beautiful view of Lake Victoria.
Gately Inn offers nine superbly decorated deluxe rooms. Rooms are spacious and airy and fitted with turbo-electric standing fans, flat screen with remote control DSTV, high-pressure solar-heated showers and a safe for valuables. The Inn’s family room offers a step-down bath for those wishing to relax after the long journey to Africa. The fully catered restaurant and bar offer a large menu including Thai, Indian, European and local cuisine.
Pineapple Bay Resort
This luxury island resort is found on Bulago Island approximately 25km out of Kampala on Lake Victoria. It is a place of serenity with a moist natural forest close by, long sandy beach area and plenty of space for relaxing and enjoying the facilities. This resort is made up of six luxury spacious en suite chalets positioned very close to the lakeshore. Activities available include walks around the island and to the pineapple gardens, boat trips on the lake for sports fishing and visiting the nearby Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
This is a budget guest house situated on Mugula Road within the suburbs of Entebbe. It is a 10-minute drive from Entebbe airport. The rooms are within a large leafy garden area and consist of en suite facilities and either twin or double beds. Meals are provided and can be taken inside or outside, depending upon the weather conditions.
This luxury hotel adjacent to Lake Victoria displays a clear view of the largest freshwater lake in Africa. It is perfumed by the sweet rosy smell from the surrounding white rose gardens and air-conditioned by the cool lake breeze. Serena’s wide range of rooms and suites provide private views, glamorous decor, are spacious and offer a relaxing atmosphere. The hotel offers all the expected facilities of a modern resort hotel with a choice of cuisine, bars, craft shops, beauty therapy, sauna, and steam bath facility as well as a large swimming pool.
Carpe Diem is a new guest house situated on the Plot 33 Uringi crescent area in serene Entebbe. From Entebbe airport, the drive takes about 10 minutes to get to its premises. It has four ensuite confirmable rooms with breathtaking decor and each room is aerated by the cool breeze from Lake Victoria. These few rooms give a chance to the guest to have a personal touch from the attendants. The Guesthouse offers a Bed and Breakfast meal plan. At breakfast, coffee, smoothies, juices, and snacks are served in the common dining area.
Protea Hotel Entebbe is a luxury hotel in Entebbe just about 1 km from Entebbe International Airport. This 73 roomed hotel lies close to the shores of Lake Victoria and its lake facing rooms are air-conditioned by the cool breeze from the lake. Its rooms are spacious with stunning décor and an inviting ambiance. It offers a tempting a la carte menu served seven days of the week and several dining options including a formal dining area plus the outside terrace.
Hotels in Jinja
This hotel, adjacent to Lake Victoria and next to the Source of the Nile, has panoramic views from the large terraced garden. A large colonial house with a “bed & breakfast” style, all rooms are en suite and individually decorated. The fully catered restaurant and bar offer a large menu including Thai, Indian, European and local cuisine.
This resort, set on the banks of the Nile River, is midway between Bujagali Falls and the Source of the Nile. Jinja Nile Resort also offers guests many activities such as swimming, tennis, a gym, bungee jumping, and rafting.
This resort, situated on Lake Victoria, offers traditional Ugandan “rondavel” rooms. All rooms are en suite with large showers. Guests can relax at the private swimming pool and a well-stocked bar.
With a stunning view overlooking the Nile, the Nile Porch has eight luxury tents and two-family units. Tents sleep between one and three, and family units have two rooms with one double bed and three singles, allowing for up to five guests in each unit.
This luxury lodge, nestled on a private island in the middle of the Nile River, offers expansive, canvas walled, traditionally thatched rooms each boasting their private deck and elegant free-standing bath and washbasin, carved from local pink granite. Guests can enjoy breakfast at the lodge’s restaurant or watch the sunset at the bar while the Nile’s mighty rapids flow by.
Rain Forest Lodge
Rain Forest Lodge is an eco-lodge located in Mabira Forest, one of the last remaining areas of natural forest in the area between Kampala and Jinja. Its location provides an excellent venue from where to explore the old colonial town of Jinja and the Source of the Nile River area. This lodge was built out of renewable natural resources and uses solar electricity for water heating. Each spacious wooden cottage provides private views of the forest with their decks and large opening windows that allow you to capture the ‘forest feeling’. The dining area overlooks the forest and provides for indoor dining with fireplaces in the cool evenings and an outdoor patio area to enjoy the views and warm day time temperatures. A swimming pool and sauna facility completes the experience of offering guests with a facility to relax and enjoy this peaceful environment
Overlooking the River Nile River, some 25km downstream from Jinja is the Haven lodge. The lodge is made up of grass-thatched bandas which emulate the ancient traditional homes of local Ugandans but with all the modern conveniences of running water and en suite facilities included. Comfortable sofas and hammocks on the individual patios allow guests to enjoy and savor the splendid views along the river as it flows northwards. Lush, well-maintained gardens, provide a home for much birdlife and short walks can be taken around the premises, including down to the river’s edge.
Hotels in Kampala
The Sheraton Kampala, with its far-reaching views of the city, is one of Kampala’s most luxurious hotels. The hotel’s several restaurants, bars, and cafes provide guests with a variety of dining options. A gourmet buffet breakfast is included. The Sheraton is centrally located, making it easy to walk to the many shops, craft markets and other attractions around Kampala.
Set in two acres of lush landscaped gardens, this hotel is centrally located and within walking distance of Kampala’s business district. The hotel, located in a lovely restored colonial building, has a modern restaurant and bar serving modern fusion cuisine and a wide selection of South Africa’s finest wines. Amazingly tranquil and peaceful, Emin Pasha is tastefully and classically furnished with rich hardwood furniture, soft armchairs, and sofas, and offers a library and two private lounges where guests can meet and relax.
This hotel, situated in Kampala’s city center, was named after the famous explorer Speke who discovered the source of the river Nile. Rooms are all en suite, large and tastefully decorated in Uganda’s historical colonial style. Speke has three restaurants serving Indian, Italian and Continental cuisine.
This four-star hotel, located in the center of Kampala, is a blend of modern luxury and traditional comfort. Serena’s wide range of rooms and suites are spacious and offer a relaxing atmosphere. The hotel’s many restaurants have defined a new culinary standard for the city serving a variety of cuisines including a full Sunday brunch and a Friday seafood buffet. The large gift shop showcases Uganda’s wide variety of local art and crafts and is a fantastic resource for books on the country’s people and wildlife.
Located in the heart of Kampala is the Grand Imperial hotel. It was built in the colonial days but has been continually updated and modernized and is tastefully and classically furnished. The hotel offers all the expected facilities of a large city hotel (over 40 rooms) with a choice of restaurants, bars, a shopping arcade, beauty therapy, sauna, and steam bath facility as well as a large swimming pool.
This modern hotel is situated in the suburbs of Kololo a few meters from Kololo Airstrip. It has 59 luxurious rooms and 11 air-conditioned suites. The rooms are also en suite, large and tastefully furnished for a great night away from home. The hotel poses its well-positioned restaurant and bar which are perfect for enjoying dinner and drinks. To keep fit, the hotel has a gym, swimming pool, and sauna where guest can burn down their calories.
Imperial Royale Hotel is centrally positioned in the serene parts of busy Kampala. It has 271 rooms with an amazing view of Kololo hill. This hotel has a wide parking space that can accommodate over 500 cars. It serves both European and Indian cuisine and offers several dining options including a formal dining area, outside terrace, and a well-stocked bar. The hotel has a health club with an Olympic size swimming pool for cooling off the day’s stress.
Overlooking the green golf course, the hotel commands a fantastic view of its surroundings. For those who are fascinated by the game, this is the right place to stay. The hotel offers 8 categories of en suite, airy room types for guests to make a choice. It has a large conference room where seminars, conferences, weddings, trade fares can be held. On a jam-free day, it takes about 50 minutes to get to the hotel’s premises from Entebbe airport.
This lakeside resort is nestled close to Lake Victoria and holds the name “The CommonWealth Resort” following the 2007 Commonwealth meeting in Uganda. It was one of the hotels that hosted the dignitaries. The large114 spacious rooms overlook Lake Victoria giving the perfect view of a freshwater lake. It offers all the expected facilities of a luxurious hotel with a choice of restaurants, bars, beauty therapy, sauna, and steam bath facility as well as a large swimming pool.