This was my 2nd stay at the Serena and I will try to stay there every time I am in Kampala on business. The other reviews say it all, I'll just add that you should book early as it was full when I wanted to stay overnight. I ended up at the Sheraton across the way, which was great, but nothing in Uganda compares to the Serena. I ended up booking a day room on my way back from the north before heading out to the airport. Tastefully appointed, spacious rooms; great service; delicious food; ideal location. Yes, it's expensive, but its worth it. The spa is impressive as well.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An inspirational blend of 5-star polish and pan-African panache, this world-class hotel will showcase the cream of Ugandan culture while delivering the ultimate in personalized service, international cuisine, social style and business reliability.Drawing its architectural inspiration from the abundance of Uganda's lakes and rivers, the hotel has been created around a central water theme, which manifests itself both in the extensive water gardens and in the hand-carved panels and shimmering mosaics with which it is decorated. The hotel has free wireless internet as well as international cuisine spiced up with an African cuisine served up at the stunning gourmet fine-dining restaurant, The Pearl of Africa ... more less
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