There has been a rapid expansion of the luxury hotel industry to suit the ever-increasing accommodation needs in Kampala City. Here are the best hotels in Kampala.
1. Kampala Serena Hotel
The Kampala Serena Hotel takes the first position. This hotel is an oasis of cool and green, with a secure environment ideally located in an excellent location in the heart of Kampala, which is the focal point of national, regional, corporate, political and social life. The 5-star Kampala hotel features 186 guest rooms of remarkable sophistication and comfort, including 14 spacious suites that range from unique, open plan Executive Suites to an exquisitely presented Royal Suite. The Kampala Serena Hotel is part of an international collection of 5-star hotels chosen for their architecture, design and distinctive cultural experiences.
2. Pearl of Africa Hotel
The Pearl of Africa Hotel comes second. The iconic landmark, situated on one of Kampala’s original Seven Hills, is Kampala’s newly opened 5-star hotel, offering world class hospitality international and local visitors. The 20-storey hotel’s luxury accommodation provides panoramic form its elevated site, located in the hub of the capital. The Pearl of Africa Hotel is managed by Sovereign Hotels.
3. Sheraton Kampala Hotel
Sheraton Hotel takes the third position. This beautiful hotel stands sentinel on the slopes of Nakasero hill, a jutting high-rise with Kampala skyline views. There’s a state-of-the-art fitness centre (with gymnasium and outdoor swimming pool) and a spa with massage, steam and sauna rooms. After a long day of exploring, cherish the art of cocktails, sip on a local beer, or sample an exotic medley of martinis and speciality drinks at the Equator Bar.
4. Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort
This luxury hotels takes the fourth position. If you love the serenity and fun of a lakeside holiday with a touch of luxe, Munyonyo has it all. Set in tropical gardens with an Olympic-sized swimming pool, it overlooks Lake Victoria and has the biggest private marina in the country, so you can swim, fish and sail, or paddle a resort canoe to nearby islands. Then when you get back, you can order a private, candlelit dinner for two under the stars with a specially curated menu.
5. Lake Victoria Serena Golf Resort and Spa
Lake Victoria Serena Golf Resort and Spa takes the fifth place. With the look of a pastel-shaded Italian hillside village, Lake Victoria Serena stands out among hotels in Uganda. It sits amid terraced rose gardens above its own marina on Lake Victoria and has its own PGA-affiliated championship golf course. The hotel itself resembles an Italianate palace with mosaics, an arched pool terrace and shaded colonnades. And furthering that palatial feel is the on-site Roman coliseum – a photogenic wedding backdrop – set amid water cascades and fountains.
6. Mestil Hotel and Residences
Méstil Hotel & Residences take the sixth position. Méstil creates a sense of place that is serene, luxurious with attention to detail immersed in Deluxe Authenticity, Natural, Earthy Warm Colors and Tones. Méstil offers a large choice Spacious fully furnished luxurious rooms and suites bathed in natural light. The Rooms showcase the ever evolving, vibrant and distinctly urban vibe of Kampala city. The contemporary interior design, in-room facilities and luxury amenities provide the highest level of comfort. Our guests have a choice to indulge in 23 beautifully appointed Executive Rooms, 27 Luxury One Bedroom Suites, 42 Grande Two Bedroom Suites and 6 Magnificent Three Bedroom Luxury Penthouses Inspired by Contemporary Art and a dose of Urban Elegance, very ideal for today’s traveler.
7. Protea Hotel by Marriot Kampala
This beautiful hotel takes the 7th position. A smart choice for business travellers, with slick boardrooms, conference rooms and the sensational Skyz Deck, which can seat 300, Protea allows you to entertain clients with fine dining and four rooftop bars overlooking Kampala. Stay the pace by putting in time at the gym and pool. Tack on a weekend to catch the nearby sites, from Ndere Cultural Centre to the Kasubi Tombs, Independence Monument and the Uganda Martyrs Shrine.
8. Latitude 0 Degrees
Latitude 0 Degrees comes in the 8th position. Looking to taste the best of contemporary Africa? This stylish resort puts the natural beauty of Lake Victoria at your feet, has easy access to the nightlife of Kampala – the CBD is 6km (4mi) away – and, on the walls of your suite, there are colourful local artworks, from striking wire basketry to hand-beaded textiles and cleverly upcycled furniture. The fresh Ugandan coffee (provided with a French press) will linger in your memory long after you leave.
9. Fairway Hotel
Taking the 9th place, Fairway Hotel is a boutique property that boasts lush gardens spread over four blocks. Located across from the Uganda Golf Course, guests can enjoy a tranquil oasis within a few minutes’ walk from shopping, nightlife, and the bustling city. With recently upgraded rooms & facilities, we offer high-speed Wi-Fi, flat screen TV, air conditioning, safe, balcony with garden views, and complimentary full breakfast.
10. Speke Hotel
Speke Hotel takes the 10th place. One of Kampala’s oldest hotels, Speke Hotel was taken over by The Ruparelia Group in the year 1996. It was then, given a major face-lift to add comforts to age and grace. All rooms are air conditioned have wooden floors, satellite television, Free Wi-Fi and a minibar. Speke Hotel is located in the heart of Kampala, close to banks and business centers and offers all the charms of bygone days complimented by efficient, modern services and facilities. It offers various dishes, daily entertainment, well stocked bar and business meeting venues.
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