• Mon. Dec 4th, 2023

UGANDA | Kampala | Real Muloodi News | Ugandan Real Muloodi, Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia, has announced plans to build a new 200-roomed luxury hotel in Kampala city.

“We are going to start building this hotel project at Kingdom Kampala from 2023 and finish in 2026. The hotel will be known as Kingdom Kampala Hotel,” Dr. Sudhir explained at the announcement.

“The project will have 200 rooms including suites and penthouses, plus 226 very high-end apartments with a built-up area of 110,000 square meters. It will also have 35 conference rooms,” he added.

About Kingdom Kampala, The Site of the Planned Kingdom Kampala Hotel

Kingdom Kampala, a popular mall and shopping complex, is one of many properties owned by the Ruparelia Group. The complex is a multipurpose space in the epicenter of Kampala.

The property is conveniently between Kampala’s three busiest roads: Nile Avenue, Yusuf Lule Road, and Dewinton Road. Hence, is the perfect location for the hotel.

Kingdom Kampala is luxurious and extremely unique. The interior of Kingdom Kampala is eye-catching, with its contemporary design and modern architectural elements.

Besides the shopping complex, Kingdom Kampala also offerers high-end office space for various businesses. All offices have a high-quality porcelain tile floor finish, with granite floors for lift and reception lobby areas.

In addition, the complex boasts ample parking space, with 400 numbered vehicle parking on 3 basement levels. It also provides for 20 motorcycles and bicycle parking.

Kingdom Kampala offers modern amenities, including:

  • Fully automated fire detection system on all floors with smoke detectors and heat sensors
  • Solar water heat exchangers connected to the wet areas to cut down on the building’s energy footprint.
  • Access to dual fibre optics internet connections from Dewinton road and Nile avenue.

Meera Investments Limited, the real estate arm of the Ruparelia Group, owns a series of hotels, country clubs, and over 300 commercial properties in and around Kampala.


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