Namirembe Guest House

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Namirembe Guest House is a Christian Guest House, owned by the Church of Uganda, so there is no alcohol for sale. I have stayed in 2 other guest houses in Kampala namirembe area,this is by far the best. You have to remember that you are in a developing country though.

In Uganda the pressure of water is weak so having water actually come through the showers is a bonus. This guest house had lots of hot water. It is immaculately kept and spotlessly clean.

The Namirembe shines because they really do have a magnifenct view over the city of Kampala as the hotel is situated on one of the hills surrounding the city.

Be aware that not all of the rooms have this view though. However, the restaurant comprises tables out of doors from which you can leisurely enjoy the panoramic views, as well as indoor tables.

Breakfast is beautifully presented and eggs / omelettes are cooked fresh and hot to order.

It is possible to have lunch and evening meals there too. On Fridays they have a barbecue. The meals are kind of Ugandan, but with Chips on offer too.

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You serve yourself from a buffet unless you are having a meal off the menu. Service is excellent, especially from a young waiter called Mike, who really tries to give you his best for the hotel in a friendly but polite manner.

There are very few rooms with double beds, though there are plenty of twin rooms and single rooms and a few family rooms.

Some have verandahs overlooking the city and all are en suite. The best place I find is in the hotel above reception, but this is upstairs. There are various buildings of different styles on the grounds.

They have a Business Centre with Internet facilities, a hairdressing salon, a juice cafe and the restaurant. There is even a small craft shop onsite.

The terrace of the restaurant commands some great views over the city and a short walk up to the cathedral behind the guest house gives even better ones!

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