We recently stayed at Le Petit while visiting Kampala. This property is above average for Kampala. The rooms are spacious and very well appointed. It is very quaint and peaceful, as opposed to the large hotel offerings in the city center area. There is a new disco across the street that played music unitl 5 am, but the hotel is working to shut that down. For now, it is a bit brutal. The best part is it's association with Le Petit Village. There is a great coffee shop, bakery, butchery and sandwhich shop all in the gated property. The restaurant, Le Chateau, is excellent. Great lunch and dinner. They serve a wonderful breakfast that is included as part of your stay. The restaurant is a good place to hang out and have drinks in the afternoon. The staff was nice, but you won't be hugging goodbye when you leave. We would definitely stay here again on our next trip to Kampala.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Your visit to Uganda will not be complete without a stay at Le Petit Village. From standard to executive suites, this thatch-roofed hotel meets the needs of a variety of discerning travelers.Le Petit Village's intimate rooms are decorated in Safari Chic rustic elegance, which makes it the perfect place to relax in understated luxury.All rooms are self contained, equipped with LCD TV screens, WIFI internet connections, phone lines and complimentary mini bars. Enjoy a good swim, chill out and enjoy a view of Kampala complete with natural and local sounds from your private terrace, or partake in gourmet dining at our famous Le Chateau Restaurant. One visit and you'll never want to leave. ... more less
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