Pearl of Africa Hotel Kampala to join Quorvus Collection

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Pearl of Africa Hotel Kampala to join Quorvus Collection

The Rezidor Hotel Group has added a new member to its luxury Quorvus Collection: The Pearl of Africa Hotel Kampala, Uganda. The 296-room property will welcome its first guests in Q2 2017.

The Pearl of Africa Hotel, Kampala hotel will be located in the city centre, on top of Nakasero Hill, and will offer guests great visibility and views from surrounding areas. The property will feature a 740m2 ballroom, nine meeting rooms, two boardrooms and a business centre. The extensive conference and meeting facilities reflect the hotel’s strong focus on the business travel market and event tourism.

Guests will have a large choice of food and drink options, including an all-day dining restaurant, a sports bar and a pool bar. Other attractions will include a private membership gym, a wellness spa, two outdoor swimming pools, one indoor swimming pool, a children’s club, several retail shops, tennis, squash and volleyball courts, and a grill steak house.

Uganda is called the “Pearl of Africa” as a result of Winston Churchill’s reference to the East African country in his 1908 book, My African Journey. His use of the descriptive metaphor was inspired by his impression of the country as an example of magnificence in its “variety of form and colour” and its “profusion of brilliant life”.

This was the inspiration behind the Pearl of Africa Hotel that will reflect the local culture to its guests and the magnificence of the country.

Source: Rezidor. Image: Tourist-destinations.com

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