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The exceptionally helpful staff at the Belvedere Hotel in Gisenyi town Rwanda made our experience of running a training workshop here a delight.

The conference facilities are excellent. We had 20 or so participants, but the room could easily cope with 60 or even 80.

Several of our team commuted every day from Goma, crossing the border from the DRC.

The food was fresh and delicious and staff always courteous and helpful. They really put themselves out to make sure that we were happy.

The hotel is a short ride on a taxi moto or 10-15 minutes' walk out of town. It has an amazing view over the buy, with the Serena below and the mountains of Kivi in the distance.

The internet signal came and went, so we resorted to using pre-paid mobile internet modem

Each morning, I stepped out on my balcony to view beautiful Lake Kivu and see if I could see the mountains in DR Congo. What a wonderful way to start the morning.

The rooms wee spacious and comfortable and the food excellent.

The only problem was on and off Internet services which were not very good even when they were on. If they got that fixed, it would give it a 5!

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