It is the only nightclub upcountry that has fuelled the debate on which is the best club in the country.
While many disagree on whether it has the best sound and ambiance compared to Kampala top clubs such as Guvnor and Silk, at least everyone agrees that Club Ambiance Masaka is the biggest nightclub in the country. Now, if you are the kind who has been longing to have a feel of the club, your prayers have been answered.
Club Ambiance has opened a new branch in Kampala, finally bringing the competition to the city centre. Last Friday, the club located at Bakuli and owned by Kisekka market businessman Joseph Kiyimba opened its doors to journalists and the proprietor’s friends to taste its services before it officially opens this Friday.
Singers Bobi Wine, Mowzey Radio and Weasel, and seasoned DJs: Alberto, Rasta Rob, Abu Kawenja, and Emma were also in the house. They toured the two-storeyed club, praising the proprietor for a job well done.
The club has three sections – with the executive at the ground floor, VIP on the second floor and ordinary on the first floor. Each section has different setup – with unique chairs, tables, lighting, a kitchen with smartly-dressed chefs, and big screens. And most importantly, everything is customised and branded “Club Ambiance”.
What perhaps can’t miss your eye is that uniquely designed bar – with beaming white lights that make the club look modern. Businessman Richard Nalima, Uganda Journalists Association (UJA) president, Robert Kagolo, and other guests, also praised the new club for its uniqueness.
The female toilets have sofa sets where you can comfortably relax in case there is a queue. The toilets are spacious and well decorated to bring out the true meaning of “convenience” they make you feel like seeking refuge in a toilet. Like his other two clubs in Masaka and Mityana, Kiyimba promised his clients better services.
“At Ambiance, we value our clients so much. We are open to criticism whenever you see something not pleasing,” said Kiyimba, who was flanked by his children as he hit the dance floor.
The bouncers had a busy night as hundreds lined up outside, thinking that the club had officially opened. The queue stretched up to Shell and many left cursing the club for bouncing them. According to the club’s PRO, Joan Kimora, the club will be officially opened on Friday by the Katikkiro of Buganda, Charles Peter Mayiga.
Entrance fee for the opening night will be Shs 20,000 for ordinary, Shs 30,000 for VIP and Shs 50,000 for executive.
Source : The Observer