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Lake Victoria Serena Hotel is on the shores of Lake Victoria in the Kigo District (equidistant between Kampala and Entebbe). Lake Victoria Serena Hotel resort is Twenty Minute drive (30 Kilometers) from Entebbe International Airport and 20 Minute drive to the centre of Kampala (15 Kilometers)

Lake Victoria Serena Resort and Spa, Kampala is styled to replicate the lines of a classically rustic Roman villa, which might just as easily stand amid the sunflowers of the Tuscan Hills, as on the shores of Lake Victoria – Africa’s largest lake and is complemented by a golf course, marina and luxury residential complex.

Rising above white-terraced rose gardens, which descend through water cascades and fountains almost to the shores of Lake Victoria, Lake Victoria Serena Resort has been positioned so as to offer both a contrast and an extension to the 5-star profile of the flagship Kampala Serena Hotel, thus ensuring that the Serena portfolio embraces all aspects of Uganda’s social and corporate life.

Lake Victoria Serena Resort is a gracious terracotta and cream palace, the central citadel is encircled by broad café and cocktail terraces, where cushioned sofas invite relaxation.

 Above the marble reception, where a Roman fountain plays, white-arched galleries rise to a clear glass atrium, through which shafts of light illuminate the fountained courtyard below. 

Beyond the mosaic frescoes of the main restaurant, a clock tower rises above the pool deck where colonnades of white arches offer the perfect frame for the hazy blue of the lake and the encircling green of the Lweza Hills. Widely spaced amongst the rose gardens, clusters of pastel-painted villas offer a choice of rooms and suites, all with panoramic lake views.

Lake Victoria Serena Resort Rooms and Suites

Lake Victoria Serena Resort offers: 124 rooms

114 Standard Rooms
2 Presidential Suites
* 8 Executive Suites

Lake Victoria Serena Resort standard Rooms are typically Tuscan villas, which are widely spaced around the terraced rose gardens; each Standard Room is elegantly presented in shades of terracotta and cream and features either a queen-sized or two twin beds, a dressing table, workstation, seating area, balcony and lavish marble bathroom with walk-in shower.

Lake Victoria Serena Resort Executive Suites also feature a spacious living area with flat-screen TV, office space and a second balcony.

The two Presidential Suites are located on the penthouse level of the main citadel and feature: a luxury en suite bedroom with a king-sized bed, an elegant reception room, a dining room (with private kitchen), a furnished terrace and staff accommodation. The Presidential floor also features its own private event or conference space.

Lake Victoria Serena Resort Dining, Bars and Entertainment

Lake Victoria Serena Resort offers a wide range of dining choices; The Citadel all-day brasserie offers extensive buffet breakfast and lunch choices while the a la carte evening menu features both an international selection and Chef’s own array of typically Mediterranean cuisine.

A wide selection of snacks can be enjoyed, either on the extensive Lake View Pool Terrace, in the Courtyard Lounge or on the Piano Bar Terrace. Lake Victoria Serena Resort Breakfast and lunch are presented in buffet style and feature a wide range of international choices.

Lake Victoria Serena Resort table d’hôte dinner menus feature a salad buffet, soup, entrée, pudding, cheese and biscuits and tea or coffee. Vegetarian options are always available. The majority of our meat and dairy products, as well as our fruits and vegetables, are sourced from the communities that surround the resort.

Lake Victoria Serena Resort Facilities include:

* The Kigo, cocktail bar
* Wedding planning service
* The Citadel, an all-day brasserie
* Wide range of incentives options
* The Maisha Mind Body and Spirit Spa
* The Lake View Pool Terrace bar and café
* Dedicated conference and social events floor
* Gift Shop, news-stand and travel requisites kiosk
* VIP entrance, helipad, dedicated car park, full security
* Business Centre, travel desk, taxi and limousine service
* Panoramic terraces for private cocktails and social events
* Wide selection of rooms and suites: all with AC, satellite TV, WiFi and voice-mail

Lake Victoria Serena Resort and Spa Kampala Prices

Lake Victoria Serena Hotel Accommodation Rates

Room Type

Rates Per Night
Deluxe Twin/ Double Room

US Dollars

Deluxe Single Room

US Dollars
Superior Single Room

US Dollars

Superior Twin/ Double Room

US Dollars
Suite Room

US Dollars


Children sharing their own room pay, 75% of the adult rate
* All rates quoted are on a per-room basis unless otherwise stated
The above rates are on Bed and Breakfast basis and are exclusive of taxes
* Taxes are 2 US Dollars per room per night Local Hotel Tax (LHT) and a 5% Service Charge
Children under the age of 2 who are sharing a room with their parents are accommodated free
Lake Victoria Serena Resort Day Room is 50% of the Rate quoted above of Twin until 1800 Hours
Lake Victoria Serena Resort Meals: Breakfast 20 US Dollars / Lunch & Dinner 25 US Dollars Per Person
* Children aged between 2 & 12 years sharing a room with their parents, are charged 50% of the adult rate
Young adults aged between 13 and 17 will be charged at 75% of the adult rate regardless of whether they are sharing the adults’ room or not

Lake Victoria Serena Resort Activities

Lake Victoria Serena Resort Activities

Lake Victoria Serena Resort is ideally placed just far enough out of the city to offer the unique peace, tranquillity and beauty of the lake, yet close enough to Kampala to offer the culture, attractions and commercial diversity that only a capital city can provide.

Uganda’s magnificent scenery offers visitors the chance to participate in a range of activities and to view some unforgettable natural spectacles. Activities from Lake Victoria Serena Resort include:

The Kampala City Tour

A comprehensive tour of this bustling city also takes in the African Craft Village and the National Museum. | Click Here

The Uganda Wildlife Centre

A small collection of buffalo, zebra, chimpanzees, monkeys, lion antelopes, crocodiles and hyenas plus numerous birds, the centre is also in Entebbe. | Click Here

The Namugongo Martyrs’ Shrine

A site where in 1886 twenty newly converted Christians were burnt alive by Kabaka Mwanga II whose order to ‘renounce the white man’s religion’ they had disobeyed. | Click Here


Visits to Entebbe, which offers a range of hotels, a popular beach and numerous boating excursions. The Entebbe Botanical Gardens, these 2.6 sq km gardens were founded in 1898 and offer a wide selection of exotic flora, small mammals, monkeys and excellent bird-spotting.


Visits to Jinja, the source of the Nile. Uganda’s second-largest city, Jinja lies 80km from Kampala and offers numerous leisure options (including white-water rafting and bungy jumping on the Nile) a yacht club and the renowned Jinja Golf Course. | Click Here

Visits to the Owen Falls

Sezibwa Falls and Bujagali Falls on the Nile. Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary. The Mabira Forest, a virgin tract of indigenous forest, offers hundreds of butterflies, 300 bird species, guided walks and the chance of seeing both red-tailed and black-and-white colobus monkeys. | Click Here

What to see and do beyond Kampala

The ‘Land of Lakes’

25 per cent of Uganda’s entire surface is covered by a glittering skein of lakes and rivers, earning her the title ‘The Land of Lakes’. As to scenery, Uganda has been dubbed ‘The Switzerland of Africa’ thanks to its impressive mountain ranges, which include the legendary ‘Mountains of the Moon’, the snow-capped Ruwenzori’s, and the enormous and immeasurably ancient Mount Elgon which, at 4,324 metres is all that remains of a massive volcano, now extinct, which forms the boundary between Uganda and Kenya.

National Parks and Reserves

The National Parks of Uganda (11,023 square kilometres) have been set aside as wildlife and botanical sanctuaries. There are 10 national parks and a number of game reserves. The main national parks are; Bwindi Impenetrable, Kibale, Kidepo Valley, Lake Mburo, Mgahinga Gorilla, Mount Elgon, Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth, Ruwenzori, and Semuliki.

Fauna and avifauna

Uganda offers 50 large mammal species all members of the ‘Big Five (elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and rhinoceros) and she is particularly famous for her primates – especially the mountain gorillas (western lowland, eastern lowland and mountain). There are also 1000 species of birds and 300 species of butterflies.

National Museums and Historical Sites

The Uganda National Museum, Kampala; Bigo Bya Mugenyi, Kabaka Mwanga’s Lake, The Kakoro Rock Paintings, Kamukazi, The Kasubi Tombs, Masaka Hill, The Mparo Tombs, Mubende Hill, he Munsa Earthworks, The Namugongo Shrine, The Nkokonjeru Tomb, Ntusi, Numagabwe Cave, The Nyero Rock Paintings.

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