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All reviewsswim up barnice setconference roompool arearooms are nicebungee jumpingstayed here for one nightbusiness triptilapiawi fienjoyed my stayoverlooking the riverjinja townbeautiful placemonkeysnilegym
After the initial exploration of Uganda on a familiarisation trip for the Pearl of Africa Tourism Expo POATE 2017, we came to Jinja on February 13 and made the Jinja Nile Resort our home for two nights before returning to Kampala on the 15th. In...More
Great location on the high bank of the River Nile, outside the town of Jinja. That will always be a key factor for guests to stay there and return.
The food was varied but not, in my humble view, very inspired apart from the soups...More
jinja nile resort is a nice hotel with nice food. They have many activities at the hotel like bunjee jumping swimming and quad biking. Although it is a nice hotel their prices are high.it has a very nice view of the nile
This is one of the big hotel in Jinja. Amenities include swimming pool spa and gym. The location is fantastic on the shores of river Nile. Loved the swimming pool and Christmas lighting which made the place magical.
Checked in after the holiday season 02 Jan 2017. It was a rainy afternoon, the bedroom balconies weren't cleaned even after a staff member asked the reception to send a cleaner. There was no hot water in the shower until we complained. The wifi was...More
Ninja is close to the equator so temps don't change much from month to month. It'll be warm no matter what month you go. I had A/C in my villa and it was more than fine. I don't know if all villas have it, though. Yes, you... More
Ninja is close to the equator so temps don't change much from month to month. It'll be warm no matter what month you go. I had A/C in my villa and it was more than fine. I don't know if all villas have it, though. Yes, you could sleep with windows open as long as there are screens. Otherwise the Mosquitos, geckos, and even monkeys will get in!
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