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We did not stay at Stipp Hotel Gisenyi Rwanda, but spent half a day using the pool, kids swings and trampoline.

We looked at 3 of the rooms and they were nice, if a little expensive at 70-80,000 RFR (around $130). We also ate lunch here and the food scored 5/5.

Lovely pasta, pomme frites (ok chips) and really tasty chicken brochettes, plus a great side salad, well done to the chef!

There are 3 birds like peacocks that live in the gardens and are nice to watch as they do their rounds.

There is a gorilla waterfall, well equiped gym, large trampoline and some swings for younger children, plus the pool.

The pool has a sudden drop from about 1.25m to 2m as I found out when is slid down the slope and went straight under! Oh and theres a pool slide too.

I would not stay here as I prefer the lodges that are right on the lake, but I would definately recommend the food and if you have young kids they will enjoy the place for a few hours.

Saying that, I prefer this place to the Serena 1/2 mile up the road which is well over-priced and full of people who think they are something special because they pay $200+ per night!

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 Lake Kivu Serena Hotel Lake Kivu Serena Hotel

 Hotel Ubumwe Hotel Ubumwe

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 Palm Garden Resort Palm Garden Resort

 Belvedere Hotel Belvedere Hotel

 Stipp Hotel Gisenyi Stipp Hotel Gisenyi

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 Gorillas Lake Kivu Hotel Gorillas Lake Kivu Hotel

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