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Queen Elizabeth’s is planning to visit Kenya, as the United Kingdom is planning to mark 70 years since Queen Elizabeth II mounted to the throne, the hotel where she spent her night has shut down. The treetop Hotel is located near Nyeri, Kenya, deep inside Aberdare National Park.

In the hours following her stay in February 1952, the then princess received the news of her father’s death, “King George VI” began her reign.

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She was formally crowned on June 2, 1953.

The actual hotel was reportedly burnt down by the Mau Mau, Kenyan freedom fighters protesting colonial rule in Kenya. A new hotel was built on the same site a few years later. British colonial rule after an emergency period marked by killings, torture and ill-treatment.

Seventy years after the start of the Queen’s authority, however, the old hotel had to be closed because of the COVID pandemic.

According to “Amos Ndegwa”, who is the tour guide at the hotel and also a naturalist, due to the pandemic, it is impossible to run a hotel and had no longer been bearable, as many people losing their jobs as a result.

Some Kenyans have expressed their concern about the hotel’s closure and also said that the government should have to make ensure that the hotel remains open as a national heritage site.

According to the Naironi, who is the local residence “John Kamata,” many tourists want to visit the place where Britain’s longest-reigning monarch spent her last night as a princess.

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