Imperial Royale Hotel
About Imperial Royale Hotel
The Imperial Royale Hotel, which opened its door for business in the later part of 2007, has a unique design and style never seen before. The hotel is centrally located in Kampala adjoining Serena Hotel and Shereton Hotel, thus providing easy and traffic-free access to government offices, banks, diplomatic missions, airline offices and shopping malls.
This is the only hotel in the city with guaranteed parking for over 500 cars in dual underground levels and rooms serviced by five elevators for easy movement so that guests and visitors do not have to wait.
The hotel has started attracting the big international conferences due to the fact that we have the biggest conference facilities in the country at present, with 20 conference halls to suit different needs, ranging from 50 seats to up to 2000 seats.
The hotel’s ultra-modern health club, including an Olympic size swimming pool, is situated on the fifth floor of the hotel overlooking the beauty of the Kololo Hills.
The hotel offers 274 rooms including suites, a 24-hour front desk, concierge, restaurants, bars, lounges, business centres, a travel counter, currency exchange, banquet and meeting facilities, big conference facilities, laundry facilities, 24-hour room service, a gymnasium, a sauna and spa, a salon, a florist and a doctor on call.
Guests are entitled to free Internet access in the rooms, provided they have their own laptop. The hotel features regal banquet halls and dignified meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 2000 for conferences, banquets, cocktails and theme events. The warm and friendly staff takes care of all meetings with great attention.
We offer airport transfers on our scheduled shuttles, for which we charge extra per person per trip to Kampala Hotels as well as extra for per person per trip to Entebbe Hotels.
We accept major credit cards including Visa, Master Card and American Express.
There is a 5% surcharge on all payments made by credit cards.
Imperial Royale Hotel Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling