Speke Hotel offering ‘mouthwatering’ Muchomo Platter that leaves your tongue waggling

Speke Hotel, a five-star hotel in Kampala is offering a mouthwatering “Muchomo platter” dish that will excite the taste buds of Kampalans to perfectly fill their jigsaw diet puzzle.

The ‘Special’ Muchomo platter according to information gathered by this website is being offered at only UGX 50,000 and comes served with house salads and french fries (chips), prepared by the expert chefs in the city (of course).

According to the Speke Hotel’s management, clients booking for this special muchomo package will also get to enjoy unending goodies that include among others; exclusive access to the warm-watered swimming pool, health club, steam, and sauna among other privileges at the hotel facility.

Speke Hotel, Plot 7-9 Nile Avenue, one of the oldest hotels in Uganda’s capital Kampala, is a cozy hotel named after the famous British explorer, John Hannington Speke who discovered the source of River Nile.

At Speke Hotel Kampala, a client will be awestruck by the tranquil atmosphere, beautiful scenery, and fresh relaxing air in these carefully planned facilities with classic specific accommodation services, amenities, and leisure activities.

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The Hotels also boast an impressive range of facilities to cater to the discerning traveller looking for quietness or unusual holidays in a private home.

Whether you like to keep it simple or crave new experiences, you are sure to find accommodation in the Speke Group of Hotels that’s suited to your tastes equipped with all the modern luxury facilities that one would expect.

The Speke Group of Hotels spreading over the city with various branches in Kampala and Entebbe is a subsidiary of Ruparelia Group of Companies, a conglomerate owned by Ugandan top billionaire and business mogul Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia.

To make an enquiry or reservations, you can contact the management of Speke Hotel Kampala on tel: +256 752 711 718/ +256 752 711 710

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