Why not start the year with a vacation? Uganda provides an assortment of places where you can take a break as you plan for the year ahead. And now that the hospitality industry is promoting domestic tourism, you can readily get a good deal in and out of Kampala, the country’s capital.
And to fully enjoy it, choose destinations where the temperature is optimal, neither too hot nor too cold. This January, contact with nature is certainly the best way to recharge your batteries, and in Kampala, Speke Resort Munyonyo give you that in abundance.
As the year 2022 takes off, Speke Resort presents you January Get-away offers with exclusive rates tailored to get you through January. “We are ready to welcome you back and continue to strictly adhere to all safety and hygiene guidelines for your peace of mind,” the hotel said of the lined up promos.
Adding: “Rediscover the rewards of the perfect break. Book your stay and enjoy exclusive rates, spa treatments to revive your body and soul and access to our health club facilities.”
To make your vacation affordable, the hotel is offering discounts on rooms – single deluxe room (Shs375, 250), double deluxe room (Shs498, 000), studio room (Shs597, 000), superior room (shs668, 000), one-bedroom suite (shs889, 000), executive room (Shs668, 000), garden villa (shs1, 062, 500), presidential cottage (shs1, 185, 000), executive suite (Shs1, 157, 500) and presidential suite (Shs1, 825, 000).
The hotel said room rates are on half board basis, inclusive of complimentary usage of health club, swimming pool and steam and sauna. With these lowered room rates, let your hair down this weekend at Speke Resort Munyonyo and enjoy some quality time with your friends and family.
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