This former governor's residence has been restored as a small, comfortable and intimate hotel. Since our official opening in January 2008, Logali House has established itself as one of the preferred places to stay in Juba, and as a strategic meeting place for the local and international business communities, NGO’s and development agencies.
Taking environmental issues into account, in 2014 we installed Juba’s first commercial solar installation. This pioneering project installation has resulted in significantly less dependence on generators, provides 1500 litres of hot water per day and is capable of producing up to 40kwh per day, approximately 50 – 60% of our daytime load.
We have recently renovated our perimeter wall to be in keeping with development agency requirements and the 24/7 security that we offer has been approved by the the NGO sector and international organisations living and working in Juba.
Logali House is strategically located close to government ministries and offices, the airport, and the center of town. We are within walking distance of DHL and Toyota Crown offices.
Logali House is privately owned by the Logali Family, who in partnership with international investors have developed it into an intimate hotel with an established reputation for quality service, consistency and comfort. The late Hilary Logali acquired the house when he was the first Southern Sudanese Governor of Equatoria province in the early 1970s’ and was an influential leader during the independence struggle. He was the son of the Iiberal party Senator Paulo Logali. The family hail from the historic settlement of Rejaf, a short distance upstream from Juba on the banks of the Nile.