MASAKA CITY: As the Hospitality business continues to expand in Masaka Sub region, another new classy hotel has joined business to offer extra services to business travelers, tourists and residents of Masaka city
The new Hotel Dubbed “Hotel Next” is located along Hobert Street just a few meters from Soweto sub parish in the Masaka Central business District.
Hotel Next which envisions to offer exceptional hospitality services in Masaka City is owned by one of Masaka City tycoons Mr. Ssegawa Sortious commonly known as SEGKEN. Mr. Ssegawa also owns a Private Power transmission company called SEGKEN which operates in Masaka sub region.
The New Hotel Next was officially opened on Tuesday by the Bishop of Masaka Diocese Rt. Rev. Serverus Jjumba at a colorful event which was graced by a number Masaka and Kampala City tycoons and members of the business community
Mr. Ssegawa Sortious Commended the President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for waiving taxes on some businesses which has enabled him to establish this investment. He urged fellow Hotel proprietors in Masaka sub region to always guide him so that he can succeed in this business.
“We know certain amenities are essential for business travel, whether you need meeting equipment, a fitness centre or in-room coffee and tea for those early mornings. If you’re planning a work trip to Masaka, you can now visit Hotel Next and choose the best room for your budget.” he said.
The Bishop Of Masaka Diocese Rt. Rev. Serverus Jjumba commended Mr. Ssegawa for establishing such a multi billion in Masaka City which is going to employ a number of Ugandans directly as employees and indirectly as service providers.
Hotel Next joins other classy hotels in Masaka like Tropic Inn Hotel, Garden Courts Hotel, Brovad Hotel, Maple leaf Hotel, Solo Hites Hotel, Maria Flo Hotel, Courtlane Hotel, Golflane Hotel, Elsie Hotel among others which are perfect places for getaways, vacations and relaxation.
Hospitality business is quite booming in Masaka sub region since local investors are working day and night to build new Hotels, Cultural Resorts and beaches to compete with other Cities and Municipalities like Entebbe, Kampala, Jinja and Mbarara.