Metropole Hotel Kampala
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Kampala
home about 9.20am on 14 August and arrived at the hotel in Kampala at
11pm on 15 August (about 6am on 16 August by Sydney time) so we were
the flights weren't too bad. We checked our bags in Sydney all the
way through to Entebbe, Uganda and wondered if we would ever see them
We reached Kampala by road on August 19th. We visited Muni’s university and then, Rebeccah’s house. She took us to a room which she filled with gift articles. We were really overwhelmed at her collection. Later, we visited a church and a Hindu temple. My family wanted to see them. From there, we went to our hotel and relaxed.
... the partogramme was introduced by Africans but iis so poorly used here.. If used correctly I feel it will reduce intervention and improve outcomes for women. Maybe if I can plant a seed in the minds of the midwives we can look at ways forward with using this. There are so many other issues too but having thought about the priorities, feel this is the way forward for now. We may have conquered the Nile today but we have even bigger challenges ahead in this coming week. Will keep you ...
... you can and can't do at the equator and try them all! (Linda then proceeded to put a business plan in place for a shop called egg-quator selling eggs at the equator which she thinks would be a roaring success. She is going to pass this knowledge on to the next poor person she meets and hopefully change their life). When we arrived, there were 2 equator signs on either side of the road. When we got out of the van, our driver Philip asked us what the signs were ...
... now and so we are all hoping she gives birth while we are here! Our project was to make her salon look something like a salon....as it is currently a single brick room with a metal door. Hayley, Megan, Sarah, Liam and Mark were in this project, and the first thing they thought she needed was a lick of paint! We drove to the next village and picked up a huge can of white paint, some pink paint and blue paint, 2 rollers, thin brushes to make designs ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Kampala
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Kampala
TravelPod Member ReviewsMetropole Hotel Kampala
The hotel was good; the rooms were big and neat. The food in the restaurant was good, but the serving was slow.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.