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Hotel Equatoria

Hotel Equatoria
General information
Location William Street, Kampala,  Uganda

00°19′06″N 32°34′25″E / 0.31833°N 32.57361°E / 0.31833; 32.57361

Owner Imperial Hotels Group
Other information
Number of rooms 89
Number of restaurants 3 (Indian, Italian & African)
Number of bars 3

Hotel Equatoria is a hotel in Kampala, Uganda. It is a member of the Imperial Hotels Group.[1]


The hotel is located on the corner of William Street and Kyaggwe Road, in the heart of Kampala's central business district. Adjacent landmarks include the PostBank House, across the street on William Street, Kampala Pentecostal Church, on Kyaggwe Road and Sun City Shopping Arcade, on Kampala Road. The coordinates of the hotel are:00 19 06N, 32 34 25E (Latitude:0.3182; Longitude:32.5735).


Centrally located within the business and commercial center of Kampala city, Hotel Equatoria has a total of eighty nine (89) rooms, including: twenty four (24) Standard Rooms, forty (40) Deluxe Rooms, twenty four (24) Executive Rooms and one (1) Family Room. Each room has central air-conditioning, an in-room electronic safe and mini bar, a work desk and Video and Satellite Television. The hotel also has a subterranean, air-conditioned discotheque.[2]


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
  • Location of Hotel Equatoria at Google Maps
  • Profile at
  • Profile at
  • Profile at

See also


Coordinates: 00°19′06″N 32°34′25″E / 0.31833°N 32.57361°E / 0.31833; 32.57361

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