Customers of Speke Resort Munyonyo and Commonwealth Resort have more reasons to cement their loyalty to the five-star hotels seating at the shores of Lake Victoria idyllically.
Management at the expansive and luxurious hotels have said their customers can now weekend package rates on public holidays. This means that customers can pay for the price of weekend rates if a public holiday falls on a weekday.
The Rooms Division Manager, Speke and Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort, Ajit Singh, said this offer is for the public holidays recognized and announced by the government of Uganda.
“Yes that's right, our popular Weekend Package Room Rates are now extended to Public Holidays falling on weekdays. So come and enjoy Public Holidays in style at Speke Resort & Munyonyo Commonwealth Resort.” Ajit said in an email to customers.
Speke Resort has seven categories of rooms - 292 deluxe rooms (single + double), 11 one-bedroom suites, 10 Presidential cottages, 55 Executive rooms, 55 Executive suites, 04 Presidential suites. Executive suites and executive rooms are interconnecting and can together make 55 presidential suites.
The rooms have air conditioning, toiletries, telephone, internet, television, personal safe, daily cleaning service, 24 hrs room service, health club – free for guests, laundry service on charge, iron & iron board on request, newspaper on request, hairdryer, minibar on request.
The two hotels under the Ruparelia Group have other amenities like the Gym, Swimming Pool, The Spa, Sports & Fitness Center, Kids Activities, Indoor & Outdoor Wedding Venues, Conference & Meeting Facilities, The Marina Experience, Pony Camp, Restaurant & Bars, Lake Grill and an Olympic Swimming Pool.
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