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    Cape to Cairo Hotel opens at Nemamwa




    SYDNEY MUBAIWA

    MASVINGO
    – A new hotel has been opened at Nemamwa Growth Point in Masvingo Rural and this adds to the district's rich hospitality service industry.
    The hotel named Cape to Cairo matches any other hotel in the country with its immaculately done inside comprising of modern tiled floors, cute modern bar, a superb conference room with a cute floor, a marvellous stage and well-finished off ceiling.
    The six-bed roomed hotel has nice double beds in spacious rooms that have individual toilets and bathrooms. Clients can choose either a tub or a shower.
    The showers are the modern cubicles surrounded by glass dividers and there is both hot and cold water for patrons.
    The bedrooms have matching curtains whose colours also blend in well with the bed spreads on the beds.
    The proprietor, Adonis Mugore (pictured) who is a son of the late Chief Shumba says the hotel is suitable for any client looking for a superb place to sleep and relax with peace of mind hence the name Cape to Cairo.
    "We also had the international tourist in mind when we put up this hotel hence we said anyone from Cape to Cairo will find a home away from home. We are targeting tourists visiting the Great Zimbabwe Monuments and Lake Mutirikwi and we are therefore an international hotel.
    "Our facilties, neatness and smartness can match any hotel in the World and challenge any visitor to come and see for themselves," said Mugore during a tour of the place with The Mirror crew.
    Cape to Cairo opened its doors to the world in January this year and its located within the proximity of the Great Zimbabwe Monuments, some 24 km from Masvingo City.
    In addition to accommodation, visitors will also have good quality food and refreshments.
    "I have established a hotel in my home Growth Point with the prospect to accommodate tourists from Cape to Cairo who come to view the Great Zimbabwe monuments and the Mutirikwi lake shore. I should make sure that the hotel is going to have good standards for my clients," said Mugore.
    Mugore was born in Morgenster under Chief Shumba.  In 1984 Mugore started small when he opened a bottle store. He worked as a building inspector for the City of Harare from 1984 till he retired in 2006 and started constructing his hotel at Nemamwa.
    "I got management skills from my previous work experience and quality service is our guiding principle," said Mugore.local news

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