For better or for worse, when you enter the gates of the Petit Village it is like you have left Kampala. The rooms are modern and stylish (although I am not a fan of having the bathroom in the bedroom, hidden only by a low wall), there is an excellent Belgian restaurant, the patisserie serves very good coffee and the service is polite and effective. My only complaint is that the wifi system had been damaged in a storm, so the hotel had put in place a temporar wifi service that was both slow and unpredictable. And yes, like other reviewers have pointed out, it is noisy at night (you can vaguely hear the music from a local disco across the road) but, honestly, what do you expect? You are in Kampala, which is a very noisy city. I'll definitely come back to this hotel next time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Your visit to Uganda will not be complete without a stay at Le Petit Village. From standard to executive suites, this thatch-roofed hotel meets the needs of a variety of discerning travelers.Le Petit Village's intimate rooms are decorated in Safari Chic rustic elegance, which makes it the perfect place to relax in understated luxury.All rooms are self contained, equipped with LCD TV screens, WIFI internet connections, phone lines and complimentary mini bars. Enjoy a good swim, chill out and enjoy a view of Kampala complete with natural and local sounds from your private terrace, or partake in gourmet dining at our famous Le Chateau Restaurant. One visit and you'll never want to leave. ... more less
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