We are located in Bunga Kawuku, off Gaba Road, about 20 minutes from Kampala city centre, before the Speke Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo.
With a nice view of Lake Victoria, in a very quiet and homely atmosphere, our self contained rooms, fitted with bath tabs and or shower cabinets, warm/cold water and satellite television, provide an ideal place for a holiday.
Our gardens can accommodate up to 300 hundred seated people. We have ample, secure parking space. One can also enjoy a cool evening breeze from Lake Victoria from the gardens.
Our conference room can accommodate up to 50 participants. The quiet environment, out of town, provides a perfect setting with minimum interruptions.
Payments are made in cash on arrival.
Customers who wish to be picked from the airport should directly communicate to us their arrival details. A minimal charge for transport will be included in their final bill.
The property is located in a largely residential area, therefore very quiet and homely.
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typical Ugandan budget hotel, incompetent but friendly staff, very simple inside.
I stayed at Sahel Suites for two weeks in May, during the ICC Review Conference. I can not write enough good things about this hotel and the family that runs it. They were extremely accommodating when I missed my flight and they provided excellent transportation service to and from the conference area everyday. I know many of my colleagues were unhappy with hotels they paid 3-10 times more for than I did at Sahel Suites. I feel very lucky to have found them and offer my full recommendation. Amber Lewis, New York, NY.
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