A.E.E guesthouse is hidden away in the suburb of Kabeza, but only ten minutes walk from the Remera bus station, where many national buses arrive.
There are also local buses which go past the end of AEE Avenue and stop nearby.
The staff at this guesthouse, whether it is Patrick and Didas, the managers, or one of the night guards are friendly and helpful at all times.
You can be sure of a good welcome from everyone.
The rooms are clean, though basic and most share the shower or bathrooms.
There are two bigger rooms with their own bath or shower if you want to pay a little more.
Hot water is usually available in the showers, but check that the boilers are plugged in when you arrive!
The breakfasts are very good and other meals can be ordered as needed.
The gardens around the guest house are quiet and well-kept and the first floor balcony gives nice views towards the Amahoro Stadium.
The area of Kabeza is bustling and lively and has a good range of small shops, cafés and bars.
The guest house is frequently used by visiting NGO people and also some missionaries from Australia and USA.
I have stayed at AEE many times over the last 18 months and have never been disappoined by the facilities or the staff.