x The average starting price for a place to stay in Kampala is £64 per night.
Plot 17/ 18, Naguru Hill, Old Kira RoadExcellent 90%
Entebbe Road Lweza, 11 Kms on KampalaExcellent 90%
AmberLewis 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.
Plot 12 Kintu Road P.O. Box 6219 .Good 74%
mattbola Hotel Ruch is a friendly family owned hotel opposite the Sheraton in Kampala with an amazing garden. I stayed for 4 nights and am very happy with what i got for the money. You get a small but clean room and its pretty close to the center of Kampala. They also have a great local guide/driver called Francis who showed me Kampala and all the local places. I am very happy to have seen sides of Uganda that i didnt expect and did not fit with the image i had before getting there. By the reception they have an internet corner which allows you to check E-mails and your next trips even if the connection is slow. On site they have an indian restaurant that is quite pricey. Good food but if you dont want indian every night you need to get to the city. I can definitely recommend Hotel Ruch.
Bazzekuketta Road, RubagaGood 73%
Plot 137/139 Ntinda-Nakawa Road P.O. Box 357560 60%
Wakaliga, on Namirembe - Natete Road at Protestant Medical Bureau Building Namirembe0 38%
Ntinda, Muteesa II Road0 0%
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