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Imperial Royale Hotel

Imperial Royale Hotel
General information
Location 7 Kintu Road, Kampala,  Uganda
Coordinates

00°19′08″N 32°35′08″E / 0.31889°N 32.58556°E / 0.31889; 32.58556

Opening 2007
Other information
Number of rooms 275
Number of suites 10
Website
Homepage

Imperial Royale Hotel is a hotel in Kampala, Uganda's capital city.

Location

The Imperial Royale Hotel is located on Kintu Road, on Nakasero Hill, in the heart of one of Kampala's most exclusive neighborhoods. Nearby landmarks include the Kampala Sheraton Hotel, the 5-star Kampala Serena Hotel and Kampala Speke Hotel. The coordinates of Imperial Royale Hotel are:00 19 08N, 32 35 08E (Latitude:0.3189; Longitude:32.5854).

Overview

The hotel opened in 2007, in time for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2007, which took place in Kampala in November 2007. The hotel served as the media center for the meeting.[1] The hotel has 275 rooms, including ten (10) suites. It has extensive underground parking, enough to accommodate 600 vehicles. Imperial Royale Hotel is a popular location for conferences.[2] The hotel ballroom is also the filming location for the Zain Africa Challenge.

Ownership

The hotel is a member of the Imperial Hotels Group, which owns three hotels in Kampala and another three in Entebbe. As of January 2010, the group's hotels include the following:

Kampala, Uganda
Entebbe, Uganda

See also

External links

  • Hotel Homepage
  • Overview at Hotelsinuganda.com
  • Overview of Kampala Hotels at Ugandatravelguide.com

Photos

  • Photo of Imperial Royale Hotel in 2007
  • Journalists at the Hotel in 2007

References

Coordinates: 00°19′08″N 32°35′08″E / 0.31889°N 32.58556°E / 0.31889; 32.58556

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