If you're looking for an affordable, comfortable, centrally located place to stay while you're in Kigali, look no further :). Anton and I are two young professionals in the heart of the city and we would love to have you stay with us.
Disponible para huéspedes
While you're staying with us, you will have access to all spaces in the house, including a fully furnished kitchen, the living room and the front porch.
Atención a los huéspedes
I work from home so I am always available to respond to any queries you might have about getting around the city.
We also have on hand a car for hire with a driver who speaks English and is available both for short term and long term hires. Should you need his services to explore Kigali or the surrounding country, please let us know at least a day in advance.
Otros aspectos destacables
-- Airport pick-up for a reduced fee.
-- Complementary breakfast of tea/coffee, seasonal fruit salad and eggs.
-- Laundry services.
-- The listed price is for 3 of the rooms but we also have an en-suite available at 35 USD per night.
-- We have a local guide who can help you navigate the local markets if you are staying for a while and would like to prepare your own meals.
There is no smoking allowed in the house but you can smoke on the porch or in the garden.
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Hi, I am Sylvia. I am a young Rwandan writer whose idea of a good time is a weekend in with books and DVDs. Positively exciting stuff, I know :).
I share the house with two young professionals, Anton and Sumedh. Anton is an Spanish/Danish architect whose passions are food, photography and the outdoors while Sumedh, who's from India, works in the health sector and spends most of his off days gallivanting around the globe. Sumedh's superpowers are deadpan humour and never forgetting to bring back chocolate and other goodies from whichever country he's travelled to while Anton's are knowing obscure details about wine and restaurants. Anton has also been to almost every corner of the country so he'll able to give you tips on what to see and where to see it. I am probably a little biased but I think it's safe to say that they are two of the nicest guys you'll ever meet.
Between the three of us, we speak English, Kinyarwanda, French, Italian, Spanish and Hindi. And if you press me, I'll speak really bad Swedish :). We are looking forward to having you.