Virunga Guest House Kigali

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Vurunga guest house is an ideal spot for a long stay. The place is a former residence with only 4 guest rooms each of which are spacious and have their own bathroom. The owner is Rwandese, owns the Virunga bus lines, and also lives on site.

The feel is very homey with a huge common living room with a flat screen TV that was great for watching world cup matches!

The wireless internet is reliable and relatively fast for pre-fiberoptic speeds. I could video skype with no issues.

Breakfast is included and the staff will make you any typical Rwandan dishes you would like if you give them a day's notice.

They even boiled water for me daily so i didn’t have to buy bottled water.

I was here on a 6 week contract for work and really got to know the wonderful staff.

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The manager Justus is fabulous and can arrange just about anything including Pizza delivery!

Location is highly walkable to a grocery, the Union trade center and multiple restaurants in the Kiyovu neighborhood. Recommend for couples or business travelers who don't want the commotion of a larger hotel.

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