Kampala Serena is one of the best 5 star hotel in Kampala with an Outstanding guest review rating of 8.6 of 10. This property has been recommended by previous guest who have stayed here for 1 night or more. It has been awarded our Guest Recommendation Property Seal, that groups together properties that offer quality and excellent service based on the feedback from previous guests. Most of the rooms comes with a FREE BREAKFAST and WIFI and is subject to availability (please check the room options with the available board type below). Whether you're a tourist or traveling on business, Kampala Serena Kampala is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Kampala. The facilities and services provided by Kampala Serena ensure a pleasant stay for guests.
An inspirational blend of 5-star polish and pan-African panache, this 152-room world-class Kampala Serena will showcase the cream of Ugandan culture while delivering the ultimate in personalized service, international cuisine, social style and business reliability.Drawing its architectural inspiration from the abundance of Uganda’s lakes and rivers, the hotel is styled around a central water theme, which manifests itself in the wrought ironwork, mosaic pillars, hand-carved panels, cascading waterfalls and shimmering water gardens alike.The decor of the hotel is the inspiration of its architect, Jon Cavanagh of Symbion International; who has drawn his inspiration from the very essence of Uganda, which he perceives as being typified by lakes, rivers, lush vegetation and abundant fertility. These themes appear in both the exterior features of the hotel and in the room decor, where softly flowing fabrics, muted colours and organic themes prevail. Jon has also called upon the skills of numerous local artists to create the stunning carved panels, mosaic pillars, beaten copper fretwork, sensational traditional jewellery, beaded wall hangings and hand-carved ‘bambara birds’, which bedeck the communal areas. They include: Yoni Waite mosaic art, Expedito Wakibulla wood carving and Julius Mutungi rock sculpture.