Singer Steven Kigozi who goes by the name Steve Keys has been lined up to serenade guests at Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort on 12th February, an event that will set the mood right ahead of this Year's Valentine's Day. The world celebrates Valentine's Day on 14th February ever year.
Steven Keys who performs with the Hebron Band is a gospel and inspirational singer, song writer, instrumentalist, producer and musician. And on 12th February 2022, Steve Keys will be sharing his music prowess with family and friends at the posh Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort.
“This Valentine's Day, do not just celebrate your love, give magic and romantic evening to your loved ones. Celebrate the moment of love with Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort,” a social media post from the Resort called on its customers ahead of the lover's day.
Adding: “Our fully furnished and serviced cottages offers peace, tranquility, comfort and luxury; available for rent on daily, short and long term basis.”
And in this month of love, Munyonyo Commonwealth Rresort together with sister-hotel Speke Resort Munyonyo are are going an extra mile to please you and your loved ones with unforgettable experience by unveiling the Speke's Romantic Week promo that is coming with discounted room packages and a Valentine’s Day romantic dinner at the restaurant.
During the Speke's Romantic Week, the rooms have been priced as follows – single deluxe room (Shs375, 250), double deluxe room (Shs498, 000), studio room (Shs597, 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 room rates are on half board basis, inclusive of Valentine Dinner, complimentary usage of the health club, swimming pool, steam and sauna. The fully equipped gym has a range of equipment and fully qualified fitness professionals to assist you reach your goals.
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