Hotel City Square inKampala Uganda is right in the centre of the city and you can walk up to Nakkumatt and Centenary Park within 20 to 25 minutes.
The hotel Manager is an Indian who is very polite and cooperative.
The worst thing about the hotel is its entrance; you have to walk through a narrow corridor and climb the suffocating stairs.
Try to get the room in front side (whose windows are opening towards the main road from where you climbed up) because rooms on the other side have a very restricted view through untidy junky yards.
There is an Indian restaurant on the lower floor of the Hotel (not owned by this Hotel), where you can find good Indian and African food.
The hotel has an Internet Cafe (but you have to pay for that) you can even get the printouts.
Breakfast is okay. The rooms are reasonably clean with attached bathrooms (with hot water available).
Overall the Hotel is okay as you are charged a very little amount
I thought it was pretty good value for money. The staff were reasonably pleasant and helpful.
My rooms were comfortable and clean, and
everything was in good repair -- far too many African hotels let themselves go
to seed and fall into disrepair, but it seems that Hotel City Square makes the
effort to keep things up.
Its central location makes things convenient. Motorcycle taxis are always available right out front, and it's easy to get to the "taxi parks," one of which is within five minutes' walk.
same building, there is a restaurant with cheap but decent food (they also
provide room service) and an Internet cafe (overpriced but convenient).
Hotel City Square is a good place, and I'd definitely stay there again