The hotel is a shell of what it should be. We carried our own bags to the second floor room. Pretty cramped with only two power outlets both dedicated to the useless TV and satellite box that had no card. We used outlets to charge phones and tablet. Always good to have bed netting in East Africa but The set up around our bed did little to slow the bloodthirsty mosquitoes. In adequate. The bathroom had sink, toilet and shower. It also had smooth tile floors which are slippery, if not dangerous when wet. After two substandard breakfasts with cold toast we ate out the rest of our stay. Hard to miss the foul smell when walking past the garden to the hotel reception. What was that all about??
Location: We chose the hotel for its proximity to Catholic University of Eastern Africa, where we were to see a friend graduate. it did not disappoint.