Auberge de Kayanza | Hotel

Burundi

Details

Verified:
8 months ago
Altitude:
1930.4 masl
Website:
None
Phone:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - At Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
Yes
Parking:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Yes
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
No
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Nice place for a night before or after visiting Kibira Nationalpark. They allowed me to camp in their yard, used shower and toilets of the hotel. Restaurant available but I cooked my own meal. Very friendly welcoming people, who have never seen a RTT. They only speak French and Kirundi.

The night was quite, even if it was in town. Payed 20.000,- Franc including a big beer. As I was the first one to camp, there’s no price for it, but I thought that’s an okay price.

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We paid 15,000 ($3.75usd at the black-market exchange rate) for a large, but basic en-suite room. They also showed us rooms costing 10,000 and 12,000 - all were fairly similar, although our room had two arm chairs, which swung it for us! The bedding was dirty and smelled like body odour, so we asked them to change it, which they did.

The room was big enough for our two bicycles. No mosquito net so we spent quite a lot of time killing mozzies. The bathroom was in pretty poor condition but it’s large - there’s a flushing western toilet, bath(!) and a shower head with cold water. Hotel is in a good location - right in the town but set back from the road behind gardens so noise is minimal.

The restaurant here serves basic food - we got a big plate of rice, onions, chips and peas for 7,000. It took 2.5 hours to arrive.

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It was ok, I don't really have much sense of Burundi hotel value but the 20k I paid for a room seemed a lot vs Rwandan prices. Not super clean, cold water shower with a weird amount of ants in it, no mosquito net, bed was fairly comfy though. The food and drink prices in the onsite restaurant also seem on the high side.

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Nice place for a night before or after visiting Kibira Nationalpark. They allowed me to camp in their yard, used shower and toilets of the hotel. Restaurant available but I cooked my own meal. Very friendly welcoming people, who have never seen a RTT. They only speak French and Kirundi.

The night was quite, even if it was in town. Payed 20.000,- Franc including a big beer. As I was the first one to camp, there’s no price for it, but I thought that’s an okay price.

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