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The Latitude Restaurant is the first restaurant that you will see past the lobby. It has a bar and a lounge that serves continental food. The colors used here make it very appealing tot he eyes.

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The Other Side Restaurant is distinctively different from the Latitude Restaurant. Even the appearance of the bar is very different and in here some of special kind of drinks that severed here different from what is served at the other restaurants.

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The Upper side is a very relaxing place that is perfect for the weekend. It feels and gives a beach vibe and with the view of Lake Victoria, all that is missing is sand and it look like a beach in Hawaii.

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For people who may not enjoy the lounges or the interior of the hotel, there are a couple of courtyards for you to relax. The tiles in the courtyards are imported from Morocco.

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The Treatment rooms in the spa where deep tissue massage, aroma therapy, and so many other types of massages are done using organic products from Zambia.

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The conference room can reorganized to carter for small groups of people to do their work. It can also be reorganized to be one group of people. There is Wi-Fi connection here to make access to the internet easy.

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A double standard room is currently at a promotional rate of 219 USD but after the promotion, it will be 310 USD per night. The rooms come with access to Wi-Fi, both full body tubs and walk-in showers, complimentary sparkling and still water, and so much more.

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On top of the natural light that the rooms use, all the 47 rooms have body bath rubs and walk in showers. They have water heaters in case a guest needs hot water to shower. Latitude has rooms for single and double occupancy.

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The work place suite where work can be done in groups or privately. The guests of the Works have access to the other side restaurant, the spa, gym and also the pool.

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Kampala is known for having very many Boda bodas and the hotel represents the significance of the boda bodas with this art work done by Ugandan artist Patrick Mulondo. This is representative of the way Latitude plans to take on some of the Ugandan culture and beliefs in the hotel.

To read more about Latitude’s new location click here

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Pearl Elisabeth Kitimbo is a Travel and Lifestyle writer at the CEO East Africa Magazine; a digital marketer and travel enthusiast.

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