I was only in Kampala for a short stay, but was right at home at Le Petit Village. There is a bakery (didn't try) on site that looked popular for dessert and a restaurant (on the pricey side) that was decent. The room was spacious, had satellite TV with lots of choices, wireless internet, and a mosquito net over the bed. I didn't try the pool, but it looked relaxing. It is in a quiet part of Kampala (yes, there is a "quiet part"), next to the US Embassy and across from a grocery store and small mall. They charge (or did when I was there) a 5% surcharge for credit cards (which I found to be common in Africa). Complimentary bottle of water ~1L. Keycode is required when entering the hotel area at night for security.
- 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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