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  • Sheraton Kampala Hotel celebrates Valentine’s day with its customers

    / February 15, 2017

    February well known for being a month of love, Sheraton Kampala hotel decided to treat their customers to an exquisite dinner with a lot of merry making, drinks and amazing food from the highly experienced chefs.

    14th February is a day when we all reminisce and refresh our love for our loved ones. Valentine’s day has a very old history from the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia, a fertility celebration commemorated annually and it’s a day when many people exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their special “valentine.”

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    “We are very privileged to be sharing this awesome moment with our clients and this is to also show that we care and appreciate our clients for the continued support,” said the General Manager of Sheraton, Jean Philippe Bittencourt.

    The celebrations were held at the iconic Kyoga pool with a candlelight 4 course dinner as Mo Roots serenaded the guests as Kenneth Mugabi took down Paradise and Seven seas restaurant as the guests enjoyed a lavish buffet.

    At Sheraton Kampala Hotel we celebrate valentine’s day every year because we recognize the value of our loved ones in our lives and this is a good time appreciate them and remind them of who they mean to our lives. The occasion was meticulously organized to evoke love and romance right from the décor, music and the food.

    Kenneth Mugabi entertains guests at Paradise and Seven seas restaurant during the Valentine’s day celebrations.

    “We also discounted our rooms to allow our clients enjoy our exquisite accommodation which was accompanied with a bottle of wine, chocolates, a bouquet of flowers and a romantic photo moment and this is all to make our clients enjoy the day.” Concluded Bittencourt.

    The guests danced cheek to cheek as they enjoyed the live music from Mo Roots and Kenneth Mugabi. The guest list comprised of customers from all classes; young; old, black; white, short; tall to mention but a few. There was a calm positive ambience maintained as the guests whispered sweet nothings to each other.



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