We stayed at Le Petit Village for 2nights and can definitely recommend this Hotel. The staff member, Janet, was very caring and seems to be the good soul of the hotel. The food was fantastic and we thoroughly enjoyed the breakfast in the morning as well as the fine dining restaurant in the evening. The deli is well stocked and really handy to have next door. The room was very spacious, clean and comfortable.
The property includes besides the hotel, a shop, a bakery and a restaurant. It is luxurious and you have many people taking care of the guests. The rooms were big, clean and very nice with a nice place with two chairs in front of the room. Unfortunately we had room 2, which is right besides the front desk so at night you hear everything-the noises of their computer, phones, people talking. I would suggest going to another room. Besides that it was a nice little oasis away from Kampala traffic noises and dirt. It is fantastic, the pool too and they only had a few mosquitoes coming at sunset.
We had 7 wonderful days & nights at Le Petit Village. Staff was quick to respond. Especially Janet is the good soul of the hotel, looking after perfectly clean rooms and doing the best to ensure guests feel comfortabel. As there are no mosqito nets and we do not like the spraying of the rooms, Janet made sure we get an electric dispenser, which worked perfectly well. Rebecca at the reception was helpful with bookings and facilitating a room change, as we preferred a room a bit more in the inner part of the hotel ground. Beds are gorgious, we slept very well. Some rooms need a make-over of the bathrooms, which may be effected once renovations are completed. Astonishingly enough, we were not inconvenienced through the ongoing renovations which aim at improving the hotel further. Food is good, from breakfast to dinner and we especially enjoyed the sunday brunch at Le Chateau.…
Le Petit Village and its associated businesses are excellent at local email advertising and it was this that drew me to have a staycation for our wedding anniversary at the Hotel. I know all the other facilities well - restaurant, patiserie and supermarket, but had not been in the hotel. I thought it would be to the same high standard, but found it to be lacking in many areas. The rooms were clean, but dated, the reception staff seemed reluctant to help and the link with the restaurant for the half board supper, and Patiserie for breakfast was disatrous - not in the quality of the food, but in the poor service, especially in the restaurant and the amount of time it took for the food to arrive. We actually gave up waiting for the desert and asked for it to be delivered to our room... it was eventually, but was not what we had ordered. I really had expected better!…
The place is beautiful ans serene. Got a warm welcome from the gentleman at the reception (I think Eugene was his name - not sure) Abel, Jassa, the chef and General Manager were also very friendly ans helpful. I wanted a venue for my guests' wedding but got the impression that I'd be charged a higher rate on food because the event would be non alcoholic. Aside from that, everyone is really friendly and the rooms are beautiful. The menu could maybe broken down into smaller menus because you can take a while looking for what you need that you just end up disturbing the waiters for the littlest things.
There are no words to describe how happy I am that I picked Le Petit Village hotel for my valentines stay. It exceeded all expectations. The rooms are specious and clean, the beds are so comfy and the service is top notch. 10/10 would recommend. It’s a beautiful place. The proximity to restaurants is an added bonus. I even drove 2 minutes out for the best rolex I’ve ever had.
This hotel is a find! Well-located near the US Embassy, the hotel has lovely cottages, exquisitely clean with everything needed for a very comfortable stay. The staff is kind and responsive, and there is a lovely pool which our grandson enjoyed very much. Immediately adjacent to the hotel are restaurants, shops, and a coffee bar/patisserie which has wonderful pastries, beautiful cakes, and fabulous gelato. The rates are extremely reasonable. You can’t go wrong staying here.
I had the best time staying at Le petit for my birthday. The room was just as advertised, spacious and clean with the softest bed and pillows! The wifi works very well and the robes nice and crisp.The bath was my favourite bit. The food from the onsite restaurant Le chateau was incredible! One of the nicest dining experiences one can have in Kampala. The breakfast spread is equally impressive. Sure the neighbourhood can get a bit noisy but I found it all faded away into the background soon enough and got quiet once it was time to settle in. In all, a wonderful staycation. Would definitely stay again.
Thatched roofs, birds in the bushes, big breakfasts with great cappuccinos and croissants - this lovely compound owned by a Belgian, with generous rooms, good beds, a nice pool, and 3 restaurants right on the compound is worth beginning or ending a stay in Uganda...or even a business trip. Rooms are clean. Staff are helpful and friendly - Janet went out of her way to help me exchange money across the street and buy big bottles of water. Neighborhood churches can be annoying, but not the hotel's fault. If you need business services, this is not the place to come. But a lovely urban gem.
After a very long trip me and my family stayed in this wonderful hotel. Is really a great place to spend here some days. WE like it so much that we stay 3 days more.The staff were so friendly and the room was lovely and with air conditioning! Also the breakfast at the Patisserie was really good! The pineapple and the watermelon is incredible good....eat this a must. The staff were so friendly, and the room was lovely and with air conditioning! Everyone is nice but I should mention Innocent, Alex and Paul from La Patisserie.They are wonderful and they take care of our needs and always very attentive and pleased us. Definitely will come back again.