Kampala Hotels that speak Luxury


Every place you travel to always has its own crème de la crème when it comes to hotels and with each location, they will always defer. Kampala, the capital city of Uganda has the most number of the best hotels in the whole country compared to the other districts having Mbale and Jinja trailing in and if you add the lodges around the National parks, Kasese will come in third. Today we give you the top 6 that represent epitome of luxury in Kampala which you can also easily book online on www.Jovago.com.

 

Lake Victoria Serena

Although it is not completely in Kampala, the Serena resort is one of the most sought after hotels in the country; be it for honeymooning or just a wonderful weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. As it’s name states, the hotel is full of serenity and located just right off the lake Victoria with a marina, apartments for holiday vacations, fishing sport and a sprawling greens for golf lovers. A weekend at this hotel will leave you relaxed and completely ready to take up another week with energy.

Protea Kampala

Located near the Golf course in the quiet and beautiful area of Kololo, the Protea Kampala hotel is within city limits and easily accessible from whatever side of town with the National Museum, National Theatre, Parliament and other monumental structures nearby. The hotel is easily rated for the affordable good food and serene environ once that will have you discover Kampala with the beautiful view of the city from your window. The Protea Kampala is part of the Marriott Group as one of the properties in the country.

 

Protea Entebbe

This beautiful expansive space full of luxury is located in Entebbe on the shores of Lake Victoria, a kilometer from the Airport meaning you will not have to stress a lot about your movements to and from the airport. It is also easily accessible by road. The hotel has a huge swimming pool with a beautiful view of the lake as you relax and sip something cool and delicious or you could just take a long lazy romantic walk to the beach and relax as you watch the sun go down in the horizon.

The Sheraton Hotel Kampala

With over 233 rooms filled with beautiful luxury and located at the Nakasero hill, the Sheraton hotel is one of the oldest and longest standing luxury hotels in the country. The hotel has the best view of the whole city, that being because it was built on a hill. Through its hallways and well maintained rooms that have recently been upgraded, the Sheraton has a homely and luxurious feel to it that will keep you going back. It is possibly the most famous of the hotels in the country after being around the longest and boosts of over several guests in a week.

 

Kampala Serena Hotel

There must be something about the Serena hotels, whichever location it is situated in they always maintain a form of quality and calm serene environment around their properties. The Kampala Serena is no different from the Lake Victoria Serena, it is a beautiful serene place where you go to and forget it is within the city centre. The complete feel of luxury hits you in the foyer and the rooms are well decorated with classic African art pieces that speak history and culture of the countries the hotels are in.

 

Speke Resort Munyonyo and Commonwealth Resort

The hotel’s name is synonymous with luxury; it will be among the first three hotels mentioned to you when you ask about some of the best hotels in the country, because it is. The hotel that was once a little resort patched at the shores of lake victoria was refurbished in 2007 for the 2008 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting and has since maintained a five star rating from most of its customers over the years. The hotel receives very good reviews about how hospitable and accommodating the staff are, it does not even help with the fact that it is in full view of the lake and surrounded by lush lawns with many tree species through its boulevards.

 

 

 

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