Hotel Musanto is located by the Lake Kivu just 200m from Tam Tam Bar, 50m of Rue Bralirwa, very quiet but not far from the city center and DRC border, it offers a direct view of the lake and its surroundings giving you the freshness from the lake and surrounded by a verdant environment..
The hotel has a variety of 23 spacious rooms including 4 Suite , 5 Deluxe rooms ,4 twin-bed rooms , 6 standards rooms and 4 simple rooms.
The rooms are well equipped all with internal bathroom with permanent hot water and other sanitary facilities, telephone for internal communication, Wi-Fi, TV with access to different Channels , table + chair and mosquito net.
Hotel Musanto has also a conference cente that can accommodate up to 30 people.
Arriving at the Musanto hotel you will be welcomed by a professional staff ready to help and make your stay the most enjoyable.
- 24-hours Front desk
- 24-hours TV
- 24-hours Security guards
- Room service
- Dstv,Canalsat and local channels
- Meeting room
- Beach bar Grill ( New Tam Tam )
- Resto Bar
- Wireless internet
- Outside catering
- Conference services
- Garden parties ( New Tam Tam )
- Laundry services
This newly established gem in the hub facilities for up to 30 people. Patrons can relax with a cold beer from the local brewery after a heavy brainstorming session beside the pool bar while enjoying the spectacular views of the Kivu beach.
- 30 Seater conference facility
- Secretarial Services
- Wireless internet connection
- Banquet facilities such as buffet lunches
- Coktails and snacks
Musanto Hotel offers a taste from the sidewalks of the café . The Musanto Hotel menu is a mixture of European and Rwandan cuisine from fresh organic local products.
As most Rwandan eat green bananas as a staple diet, the menu offers delicious deep fried or boiled bananas with ‘spinach’ and ‘peas’,as well as a daily specials menu.
NEW TAM TAM BIKINI BEACH
While we don’t know who came up with the name, we can vouch for the great beachfront location. This is a very popular spot for a beer and gets busy on the weekends when the drinking crowd rolls in from Kigali. Give your beach side beer a friendly accompaniment in the form of a plate of brochettes and chips.