We stayed at the Central Inn for two nights. The first night was so horrible that we tried to leave before the second night. Unfortunately, management demanded the full cost for the night, even though we wouldn't be staying there, making that choice financially unsound (truth be told it was so bad, we were still tempted). The rooms/bathrooms at Central Inn are old and outdated. The carpet probably hasn't been changed since the hotel was built, lake flies all over the room and hallways, and holes in the mosquito nets. The breakfast buffet was decent but be aware that the meats being served can sometimes be unconventional for international guests (livers). The reception staff though were the worst. When we told them we were unhappy with the room the receptionist unleashed a very snotty and condescending attitude. We walked up the street to the Sunset Entebbe Hotel to see what the rooms were like there when contemplating switching hotels, and it was a world of a difference! Friendly staff, beautiful landscaping, clean and updated rooms and bathrooms. My honest suggestion is to take your business to Sunset Entebbe or another hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Central Inn, Entebbe is very cozy, cool with a friendly touch to everything we do. We offer affordable accommodation, meals & drinks (24/7/365) & Conference facilities. We offer free airport transfers for Travellers with late night flight schedules since we are five (5) minutes from the international airport.We are strategically located near the lake with access to the beaches, botanical gardens, zoo and tour operator for chimp and bird watching. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Central Hotel Entebbe