Protea Hotel Kampala

F our-star luxury, five-star service, 59 luxurious rooms and 11 elegant suites make this hotel the perfect choice in the heart of Uganda’s capital

Dining, Leisure and Business Facilities at Protea Hotel Kampala include:

A 100-seater restaurant, serving breakfast from 06h30 until 10h00, lunch from 12h00 until 15h00 and dinner from 18h30, with last order taken at 22h00. 24-hour Room service is also available.
A Ladies Bar is available for GUESTS, for sundowners, pre-dinner cocktails or get-togethers with colleagues after business meetings or conferences.

THE HOTEL

Situated in the upmarket suburb of Kololo in Kampala, only 35 km from the Entebbe airport, Protea Hotel Kampala has fresh, comfortable en-suite rooms with air-conditioning, a business centre, 24 hour reception, 24 hour room service and a fully air-conditioned gym.

Facilities

​Elgon Terrace, Kololo, Kampala
T: +256 (0) 312 550 000
res@proteakla.co.ug
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  • Our 100-seater restaurant

    Serves breakfast from 6:30 until 10:00, lunch from 12:00 until 15:00 and dinner from 18:30, with last order taken at 22:00.
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  • Kampala Bar

    ​We have a Ladies Bar for guests, for sundowners, pre-dinner cocktails or get-togethers with colleagues after business meetings or conferences.
     

The Rooms

luxury rooms

Our spacious, well-appointed rooms have en-suite bathrooms and all modern amenities including complimentary water, Wi-Fi, a writing desk, international plug points, satellite TV, direct-dial telephones and hairdryers.

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Several room types available
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Stylish and Modern. 27 Standard Front Facing and 32 Rear Facing​. Some rooms do have balconies.

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Spacious with an African Heartbeat. 4 Executive, 4 Junior and 4 Suites​

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The Location

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Conferences

In-House business Centre

The hotel has an in-house business centre that’s open 24-hours a day, with full internet facilities.

Plus three boardrooms seating 30 delegates and three conference venues that can accommodate 75 to 300 delegates.



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Day Tours

Kampala City Tour

This tour includes the Uganda Museum, Nommo Gallery, Baha'i Temple, Kabaka’s Lake, Kabaka’s Parliament, National Theatre, Namugongo Martyrs Shrine, the Crafts’ village on Buganda Road and much more. Lunch is not included, but transport provided to one of the many restaurants in Kampala. In the afternoon, enjoy guided shopping in various craft markets. This trip can be modified to fit your special areas of interest.
 
  • Kampala City Tour

    This tour includes the Uganda Museum, Nommo Gallery, Baha'i Temple, Kabaka’s Lake, Kabaka’s Parliament, National Theatre, Namugongo Martyrs Shrine, the Crafts’ village on Buganda Road and much more. Lunch is not included, but transport provided to one of the many restaurants in Kampala. In the afternoon, enjoy guided shopping in various craft markets. This trip can be modified to fit your special areas of interest.
     
  • Jinja Day Tour

    Start your day’s adventure with a visit to Ssezibwa Falls; which are spectacular and emanate from two rivers that flow from Mabira Forest. Proceed for a guided forest Walk in Mabira Forest and catch a glimpse of primates, plants and animal species. Proceed to the Source of the Nile and ride on a boat to see where the Nile starts its journey to the Med Sea.Visit the Speke Monument where John Speke stood and declared the discovery of the Source to the Nile River. Break for lunch and visit the now submerged Bujagali Rapids. At 16.00hrs, take a leisurely ride back to Kampala.
  • Mabamba Swamp Tour

    Start your day with a drive to Mabamba bay. Enjoy a birding experience at Mabamba in local canoes in search of the rather famous and iconic shoebill stork in addition to the African Jacana, Papyrus Gonolek, Pallid Harrier, White-winged Warbler, Blue Swallow etc. Thereafter,transfer to the Equator for lunch,photo shots and buy handmade African crafts. After lunch drive to Mpanga Forest for a forest walk. Take a leisurely ride back to Kampala in the late afternoon with a drop off at your hotel
     
  • Uganda Wildlife Education Centre

    Treat yourself to an amazing experience at the haven of Uganda Wildlife Education Centre The visit offers an exciting opportunity to see over 50 animal species represented by over 200 animals. All these are housed in large, open air enclosures simulating their natural habitat in the wild. There is a fabulous 1 day trip to Entebbe to do the Behind the Scenes tour of the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre. You get to pet the Rhinos and Charles the baby elephant, feed the leopard or hold the African Rock Python.
  • Ngamba Island Tour

    Start your day with a drive to Entebbe. Upon arrival at the waterfront pier, transfer to Ngamba Island by a speed boat. You will see chimpanzees close up and contribute to their conservation in the wild. The sanctuary aims to educate visitors and local communities about this remarkable species and the importance of conserving their fragile forest habitat. You can view a morning or afternoon feeding of the chimpanzees, from hear an informative talk by sanctuary staff and enjoy the island's beautiful views and natural wildlife.
  • White Water Rafting

    Enjoy over 20 kilometres of the best Grade 5 rafting you could ever experience on this full day section of the mighty River Nile. You do not need to know how to swim to do this. Safety is at a premium and therefore you do not need to fear at all. A huge barbeque awaits you at the end, perfect after your unforgettable experience!
  • Murchison Falls National Park

    Uganda’s largest park is named after the River Niles dramatic plunge through a narrow cleft in the Rift Valley scarp. The river is home to hundreds of hippos, crocodiles and waterbirds, while big game lives in grasslands north of the river and primates in the forest to the south. Highlights
    Launch trip to Murchison Falls, the top of the falls viewpoint, game drives and Chimpanzee tracking.
  • Bwindi Forest National Park

    This ancient forest in the mountainous south west of Uganda contains an impressive Biodiversity with species numbering in the range of approximately 530 birds, 310 butterflies200 trees, 52 reptiles, 88 moths and 120 mammals, most notably the rare and unforgettable mountain gorilla. Highlights
    Mountain Gorilla and bird watching
  • Queen Elizabeth National Park

    This Park enjoys a fabulous rift valley location at the foot of Mt. Rwenzori between Lakes George and Edward. Savannah, acacia woodland,f orest, wetland and open water support a wide range of animals and a remarkable 604 bird species. Highlights
    Rift Valley scenery, Kazinga Channel boat trip, game drives, tree climbing lions of Ishasha, Katwe explosion craters.
  • Kibale National Park

    East of the Rwenzori, the landscape is packedwith beautiful crater lakes and carpeted with tea plantations and the tropical forest of Kibale National Park. Kibale is home to 13 types of primate, including Chimpanzee and Red Colobus and 355 bird species. Highlights
    Chimpanzee tracking, bird watching, crater lakes.
  • Lake Mburo National Park

    Wetland and Acacia grassland around Lake Mburo sustain a number of herbivores(Impala, Zebra, Eland and Topi) that are rare or absent in other Ugandan Parks. This is one of two Ugandan National Parks where Burchell’s Zebra occur. Highlights
    Game drives and Horseback safaris.

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