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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Hairdryer, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Seating area, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi

    Bed size:King Size

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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Hairdryer, Room service, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi

    Bed size:King Size


Inaugurated in 1973 as the first grand hotel of the country and receiving globally a lot of attention since the Hollywood movie ’Hotel Rwanda’ in 2004 – Hôtel des Mille Collines is surely the most famous hotel in Rwanda. Enjoy the location in the central business district and the breathtaking views over the hills of Kigali. Indulge yourself in culinary experiences from casual to fine dining, from international cuisine to local signature dishes.


  • Air Condition
  • Bar
  • Car hire
  • Catering service
  • Convention floor
  • Desk
  • Fitness
  • Hairdryer
  • Indoor pool
  • Laundry
  • Lounge
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Seating area
  • Shops
  • Telephone
  • Wake up service
  • WiFi


Organized tours


WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.



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RwandaGenerally seen as a gorilla trekking destination, Rwanda national parks  have much more to offer.Rwanda has long been considered as the first choice for gorilla tracking destination, but  this “Thousand Hills Country “ has much more to be added on a gorilla trekking tour program. There are plenty of things to do to be added

Sports & nature

The modern era of sport in Rwanda emerged gradually in the middle of the 20th century with greater exposure to international sports such as football (soccer),volleyball, track and field (athletics), and, later, basketball. Football is Rwanda's most popular team sport. The obvious reason is Rwanda's mountain gorillas, some of the closest relatives to humans. Sitting within a small family group of gorillas is one of the world's greatest wildlife experiences, and a gorilla safari is a 'must' for serious wildlife enthusiasts. But aside from Rwanda's gorillas, a holiday in Rwanda could include the primates in the forests of Nyungwe; the country's magnificent scenery; Akagera National Park's more conventional African wildlife; and the beautiful shore of Lake Kivu. Travel in Rwanda is very easy and we'll arrange a 4WD and driver/guide for your safari.

Nightlife info

There are a wide range of bars, cafes and clubs all over Rwanda. Kigali and tourist resorts in Rwanda have some of the most popular clubs in the country. Whatever type of bar or club you are looking for, you will find it in Rwanda. The most popular night spots in Kigali include New Cadillac ,Le Must ,Republika Lounge Bar, Le Planet ,Executive Carwash Bar. They have a variety of music over the weekend and attracts a large crowd.

Culture and history info

As in all African countries, Rwanda has a rich tradition of celebrations involving music and dance. Celebratory dances are often backed by an ‘orchestra’ of drums, with up to nine players providing the beat. A set of nine drums typically has a soprano (the smallest drum ), a tenor, alto, two baritones, two bass and two double bass (the largest  drums). Though modern music and church/gospel hymns are popular in Rwanda today, some people still prefer the traditional folk songs. These are sometimes accompanied by a lone inanga, a zither instrument with a soundboard and up to eight strings. One of the oldest Rwandan music and dance groups is the Intore Dance Troupe. The Intore – literally meaning ‘the Chosen Ones’ – were founded several centuries ago, when they performed at the court of the Rwandan mwamior king. Today, they perform across the country and also at the National Museum in Huye (Butare). Most Rwandans have Kinyarwanda as their mother-tongue. But almost everyone speaks a little of one wider language, usually French, English or Swahili. But like people everywhere, Rwandans really appreciate it when visitors speak a few words in their mother tongue of Kinyarwanda. Even saying ‘Muraho’ (good day) or ‘amakuru’ (how are you?) will bring a smile to their faces.

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