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Grand Imperial Hotel

Grand Imperial Hotel
General information
Location Speke Road, Kampala, Uganda
Coordinates

00°18′54″N 32°34′52″E / 0.31500°N 32.58111°E / 0.31500; 32.58111

Other information
Number of rooms 103
Website
Homepage

Grand Imperial Hotel is a hotel in Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city in that country.

Location

The hotel is located on Speke Road, on Nakasero Hill, in the heart of Kampala's central business district. Adjacent landmarks include the East African Development Bank, the Bank of Uganda, Kampala Sheraton Hotel and the Ugandan headquarters of Standard Chartered Bank. The coordinates of the hotel are:00 18 54N, 32 34 52E (Latitude:0.3150; Longitude:32.5810).[1]

Overview

It was one of the first hotels to be built in colonial Uganda in the early 20th Century. It has a total of 103 rooms, a swimming pool, two restaurants (Didi's Dining Room) & (The Coffee Terrace), two bars (Cooper's Bar) & (The African Bar), a shopping arcade (Grand Imperial Shopping Arcade) and gymnasium.[2]

Ownership

The hotel is a member of the Imperial Hotels Group, which has three hotels in Kampala and three others in Entebbe. As of January 2010, the properties of the group include:

Kampala, Uganda
Entebbe, Uganda

External links

  • Hotel Homepage
  • Overview at Hotelsinuganda.com

See also

References

Coordinates: 00°18′54″N 32°34′52″E / 0.31500°N 32.58111°E / 0.31500; 32.58111

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