GEWICHT: 63 kg
Services: Deep Throat, Einfache Herrschaft, Paare, Dienstleistungen der Herrin, Duo: moglich
This is a beautiful hotel in the heart of the tourist section of Kampala, near the other hotels. Its a real colonial gem of a building and has nice restaurants and nice rooms. If that were all, I would heartily recommend this place. The problem is, at night time, it essentially becomes a huge brothel. I went with work colleagues and we were amazed in a negative way at how overt the solicitation by sex workers in the bars and restaurants were. Beautiful hotel, but extremely off-putting.
For the price, this is a terrible hotel. I got sick after a meal there, and the staff and service were so-so. Was awakened by a knock on the door one evening, and a phone call the other evening from ladies of the night. Absolutely avoid at all costs. I moved to the Fang Fang, and was very happy there. The Speke Hotel is a nice, colonial style, hotel. However, the rooms are a bit noisy because of the bars surrounding the hotel.
The breakfast is rather poor. I have been a frequent traveller to Uganda over the last 3 years and have stayed in many of the city hotels. The Speke Group of hotels the following: Speke Hotel, Kabira Country Club, Speke Muyonyo Resort, and Tourist Hotel; The Speke, the oldest established hotel in Kampala, been there since the early 's and it shows , offers prospect of so much more, very noisy and lacks good security, strange non resident solitation takes places late at night - at your door.
Could'nt wait to check out of this hotel everytime I was booked in, in fact banned my travel agent from placing me there after my 4th visit. Expensive but decently appointed. I stayed here for 6 months, so that indicates it was acceptable. It is a favoured venue for corporate launches, so it can get noisy in the main courtyard area.
Speke Resort, never stayed there but had meals and used conference facilities, well out of town and a hassle to get to if relying on taxis etc. Setting does not appeal to me, but offers a variety of accommodation from traditional hotel rooms to bungalows. Beware this hotel group train their staff in the art of profiteering from foreign exchange: Read the fine print on the menus, as each restaurant in the group has different rules.