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Great Apartment Hotel is the perfect place for luxury and relaxation in Kigali. It is located in Remera on the outskirts of the city. Kigali is a beautiful city that has long been known as one of the cleanest and most organized cities in East Africa. It is a bustling and vibrant country center with many hotels, government offices, markets and tourist attractions. This hotel is an affordable, beautiful and elegant place to stay in Rwanda and a great base for families, groups, weddings and events.

Great Apartment Hotel

The Great Apartment Hotel offers spacious rooms, from the simplest to the most luxurious. The atmosphere on site is so refreshing that you won’t regret your stay. Highly recommended for meetings. Our 80 charming rooms are equipped with shower, bathroom, flush toilet, free WiFi and large, comfortable double beds. The main area of ​​the lodge has restaurants that serve a wide variety of delicious cuisines, including Rwandan, Mexican, and Italian. The bar serves both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages of your choice, with several private dining rooms and seating in the main restaurant area. Meals are prepared from appetizers to desserts.

All meeting rooms are designed to meet high standards. Conference facilities include whiteboards, screen displays, set tables, and high-speed Internet. The hotel staff will serve you with a smile and do their best to make you smile. Lodge activities include a visit to the Kigali Genocide Memorial, a Rwandan historic site that commemorates the many who died in the 1994 Rwandan genocide, including innocent children and women. Visit local markets to discover the best events, enjoy market views, and try local produce and food. Embark on a journey through Rwanda’s museums. These are places of great historical value to the country, boasting time-honored cultural artifacts that can only be found here.

Outside the city, a visit to Volcanoes National Park is ideal. It is famous as a habitat for mountain gorillas. They are accustomed to visiting guests, live freely in the forest without being confined, and are smart, gentle and strong primates characterized by large fir trees. Permits must be purchased to track gorillas and each permit costs $1,500. Dian Fossey’s trek leads to the grave of an American primatologist who lost her life protecting his gorillas on Mountain. Their great work lives on. Visit Akagera National Park, Rwanda’s only savanna reserve and home to the so-called “Big 5” wilds. Hunting drives along hunting tracks are a great experience. Be sure to visit these and many other attractions in Rwanda.

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