Corporate companies and organizations can now organize their end of year retreat parties at Speke Hotel located at Nile Avenue in Kampala at no cost, management has announced. All they need to do is pay for food, drinks and other services but not venue fees.
Offering free venue to guests hosting their parties is one of the many promotions that Speke Hotel has launched as the year 2020 comes to an end. The best ideas need the perfect environment to create and execute them; Speke Hotel is giving you the venue to celebrate the year-end.
For the end of year party, it will cost each person Shs40, 000 for a buffet with one bottle of water or soda or Shs50, 000 per person for a buffet with one beer and one bottle of water or soda or Shs55, 000 per person for a buffet with one cocktail or two beers.
For staff retreat parties it will cost Shs35, 000 for a buffet with one bottle of water or soda, Shs40, 000 for a buffet with one beer and one bottle of water or soda and Shs45, 000 for a buffet with one cocktail or two beers.
The hotel has planned and announced a generous Christmas promo dubbed 12 Days of Christmas where it will roll out different offers and discounts. The promo commences on 14th December leading to Christmas day.
In this period, potential customers can come through to explore contemporary facilities, excellent services and sheer luxury of Uganda’s oldest hotel – Speke Resort. The cosy hotel is named after the famous British explorer, John Hannington Speke who discovered the source of River Nile.
Speke Hotel, which has restaurants like Kyber Pass Restaurant, Rock Gardens, Pizzeria, Gentleman’s Lounge and Rock Bar, has put in place all necessities to combat coronavirus. This means that all SOPs are observed.
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