Cozy Safari provides high standard, comfortable, stylish and affordable accommodation. It is definitely the place to catch up on business or catch up with friends. We have taken time to anticipate your every desire, putting an incredible array of luxury facilities and services in the comfort of Kigali city.Cozy Safari is situated in Kimihurura, Kigali. We are on plot KG200, Kimihurura road. We offer a secure and comfortable environment with state of the art facilities and amenities. Our professional staff members will delightfully attend to all your business needs.For the ultimate sleep experience, come to Cozy Safari. We put an incredible array of luxury facilities and services at your fingertips.
5 Swiss Hotel offers a full range of services in order to meet your leisure, secretarial, business and logistic needs. Concierge Service: From organizing your gorilla trekking adventure to visiting local art markets, our 24h front desk is here to take care of all your requests in order to make your stay an enjoyable one. Internet Services Stay connected to the world with our complimentary WiFi internet connection in all guest rooms, restaurant and public area.
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Located at the heart of the bustling Remera business suburb in Kigali, Chez Lando Hotel represents the essence of a homely, green, family-friendly and hospitable hotel with one of the most exquisite menus in the city. Chez Lando’s environment carries a character that spews of freshness, vibrancy, hope, ambition and confidence resonating from a past of pain and loss.
Hotel Chez Lando, your first window to Rwanda. At Chez Lando, we apply the tradition of Rwandan hospitality to the needs of modern travelers; we cater to the smallest detail of your stay. Our quaint garden-style hotel is located just five minutes from Kigali International Airport and is right on the way to the heart of town.
Uganda and Rwanda reopened their Gatuna border post on Monday, signaling the end of three-year frosty relations between the two East African nations. In a surprise announcement last week, Kigali said the frontier would be open again after three years of closure, signalling a thaw in relations between the two East African nations that had long been at loggerheads.
Winston Churchill once called Uganda “the Pearl of Africa,” and the country’s natural attractions have helped it move up in the rankings of the best safari destinations in recent years. In addition to its impressive array of wildlife (which includes around 365 species of mammals and nearly 1100 species of birds,