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I took my client to Capitol Palace Hotel in Kampala Naguru Uganda, I never found anywhere else as nice and it was always a pleasure to return...

Every room I occupied was spacious, nicely furbished and clean. The mature gardens are delightful and neatly maintained.

What makes the place so superb is the staff... They make you feel special. Especially, Goeffrey the chef! As a consequence, I've positive praise for the place.

My brother's friends - who live nearby - recommended the hotel, stating that the owner, an ambassador had bought the land ten years previously and waited until the gardens had matured before building and opening a year ago.

The proprietor invited all the hotels' guests to a cocktail party and he was constantly referred to as 'Ambassador'!

It's safe to go jogging in the surrounding streets. And the nearby
Kabira Country Club - jacuzzi, sauna or steam room solar heated pool being half Olymic size - gym's open 6 am until 10 pm for which daily membership costs 25,000 Ushs and children 15,000 Ushs.

A 'boda-boda' costs less than one pound sterling - 3,000 to 4,000 Ushs - from the hotel to downtown Kampala.

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