If you thought you had had enough of Speke Resort, Munyonyo, you may want to try it again. The hotel’s proprietor, Sudhir Ruparelia has given it a face-lift, that has seen a number of the rooms remodelled and refitted to give them an air of elegance and class.
Following the renovation, the hotel now boasts of 45 suites- all tastefully furnished to world class standards; yet with an African touch.
Speke Resort Munyonyo is 4-Star rated by Uganda Tourism Board. It is also rated 4.5 on TripAdvisor. TripAdvisor ratings are displayed on a 1-5 scale, where 3 is average and 5 is excellent.
The luxurious facility is often the host of major domestic and international conferences, including those organised by government. The new additions will be a major boost to the hotel’s capacity and excellence in leisure, accommodation and hotel services.
Speke Resort Munyonyo is located at the shores of Lake Victoria, which gives guests the ultimate breeze and relaxation owing to the scenic views that the hotel affords them. But this not all with the new suites; the architectural design gives guests ample freshness of the waterfronts since the suites have expansive full-wall windows.
For interior decor, the designers gave it a touch of Africanness which further accentuates the feel in the rooms.
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On their website, this is how Latitude 0° describe themselves: “We are more than just a hotel with 47 guest rooms and suites, a 24-hour front desk, and fast airport transfers. We are two restaurants and three bars with culinary delights and a wide variety of drinks from all corners of the world. We are a haven for relaxation and fitness through our spa, gym and swimming pools. We are a socialising and networking centre with lounges, rooftop bar, private dining and entertaining spaces, and a calendar filled with music, art, fashion and business events. We are a co-working hub with private workspaces, meeting and conference rooms. A unique African lifestyle hospitality, blending modern urban Africa with a cosmopolitan twist.
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