Once you are in Kampala you can choose from a number of good hotels for example Sheraton Kampala Hotel, Nile Hotel, Grand Imperial Hotel, Hotel Africana and Equatorial Hotel.
There are several first class hotels and lodges all over the country. There are also several low budget back packer’s hostels, inns and motels all over the country.
Visitors are encouraged to book and make reservations in advance. For the free of spirit there are more than enough camp sites to suit your fancy.
Almost 80% of the accommodation of tourist standard is concentrated in and around Kampala, with 430 beds being distributed among the various up-country tourist zones.
Initially, most of the hotels in Uganda were under a government owned parastatal, Uganda Hotels Limited but all have been privatized. The Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Industry in its Integrated Tourism Development Master Plan, recognizes the need to create additional capacity, particularly in the National Parks.
According to the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, there are about 4000 hotel beds in the whole country.
Almost 80 percent of the accommodation of tourist standard is concentrated in and around Kampala, with 430 beds being distributed among the various up country tourist zones.
The Sheraton Kampala Hotel, Nile Hotel International, Grand Imperial Hotel, Hotel Equatorial and Hotel Africana are some of the key hotels in Kampala, offering 4-5 star services.
Many smaller but modern hotels have also been set up, to cope with the growing demand for cheaper but decent accommodation.