16 February 2013

Zambia: Hotel Edinburgh Hosts Lovers

KITWE residents were during this year's valentine's day given a rare 'treat' at Hotel Edinburgh which offered a scrumptious four-course menu and contemporary music for love birds.

The love birds were mesmerised with classic jazz and contemporary music to suit the atmosphere.

Love was in the air for Kitwe lovers who trooped into one of the oldest Hotels in town to sample what the hospitality industry had to offer during the 2013 Valentines Day.

The Hotel entertainingly performed some live quality music for a largely mature and responsive crowd to the excitement of the audience.

Situated in the centre of Kitwe , the hub of the Copperbelt, Hotel Edinburgh under new management, also offered complimentary red roses to ladies and a welcome glass of wine.

The ladies, who were elegantly dressed in red and of course in the company of their better-halves, where all smiles as they wished the day, could be celebrated on a daily basis.

Hotel Edinburgh Sales and Marketing manager Audrey Kafwanka Bwalya said also on offer, were prizes for the best dressed couple and weekend for two.

Bwalya said the hotel decided to treat Kitwe residents with a rare special treat at a minimal fee in the aim of trying to bring love atmosphere in town.

"We are trying to make this Valentine as romantic as possible and being a guru in the hospitality business, we decided to offer our clients a special valentine treat to rekindle the spirit of love in Kitwe and we believe that every guest is a very important," she said.

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