Our Accommodation Guide lists a wide variety of accommodation businesses located throughout Uganda, including hotels, safari lodges, motels, apartments, backpacker accommodation, self contained, eco friendly accommodation, lodges, resorts, retreats, campsites, holiday parks, bed and breakfast accommodation, homestays and even farmstay accommodation.

With different accommodation choices to choose from, those on vacation, holiday or simply traveling Uganda, will find places to stay that suit their budget.


Uganda has a variety of luxury/Up market, classic and mid range Hotels/Lodges/Resorts/Camps providing descent accommodation to travelers. From traditional hotels to bed and breakfasts, rustic camping sites and luxurious vacation rentals, it’s easy to find a good and comfortable place to stay while in Uganda. There are countless wonderful options to choose from while staying in Uganda.

Most hotels in Uganda offer bed and breakfast and a range of other services that include delicious cuisines, bars and restaurants etc. Most 3 star hotels have facilities that include swimming pools, physical fitness etc.

  • The room type is based on the number of persons per room, not on the number of beds. A room for 3 persons usually has 2 double beds.
  • An extra bed (rollaway) is usually available for a nominal fee in most -but not at all- hotels. You pay the hotel directly for this.
  • When you have a special request such as a non-smoking room or a king size bed, mention this upon check in!
  • Hotels in cities will often charge for car parking. This can get very expensive and is not included in the amount of the trip.
  • Some hotels may have a service and/or security charge which is not always included in your arrangement.
  • Use the hotel vouchers as payment for your night‟s stay.
  • When you do not use the voucher or when you change something on it, you are not eligible for a refund.
  • Inform the hotel if you think you will arrive late.
  • Place all valuables in the hotel‟s safe-deposit box. Sometimes this is free, or there may be a small charge.
  • There is no charge for basic television. However many hotels offer a special pay-per-view movie channel “Pay TV” for which you are charged extra. The full amount will be automatically charged even if you only watched for a few minutes!
  • If you do not want your children to watch the “Pay TV” you can ask the front desk to block the TV.
  • Ask the front desk how the mini-bar works, to avoid unnecessary charges.
  • It is recommended you buy mineral water for drinking. Always carry enough bottled water with you!