A renowned, five-star hotel, the Kampala Serena Hotel possesses pan-African flair, a chic-sense of style, and business reliability.
A variety of rooms and suites are available to choose from at this 152-room hotel from business-friendly facilities to elegant five-star rooms including Deluxe Rooms, Executive Rooms, Executive Suites, Business Suites, and The Royal Suite. Every rooms and suites offers 24-hour room service, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and in-room modem hook-up, direct-dial phone, voice-mail, complimentary newspaper, in-room satellite TV, mini bar, private safe, tea and coffee-making facilities, hair driers, bathrobe and slippers, porter/concierge, airport shuttle, and limousine service. The exclusive Bambara Lounge is only for the residents and provides a stylish lounge with newspapers, periodicals, and café service as well as a Bedouin-tented outdoor terrace and meeting area.
The hotel is located in the heart of Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. Kampala is said to have been constructed on seven hills near the banks of Lake Victoria. The city was originally the favorite hunting grounds of King Mutesa I the Kabaka of Buganda. In 1894, the British controlled the city as part of its protectorate over Buganda until Uganda’s independence in 1962. Because the of its many antelope, especially impala, the British called the city the “Hills of Impala” which was translated by the Bugunda as Kampala. The city is the 13th fastest growing city in the world.