Golf Hills Residence
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Okay place to stay. It could have been cleaner (as in it was time to scrub the walls, or paint, and floors). The shower was super small and the door leaked and got water all over the floor. The room was very large and the bedding was clean, so it was an okay place to rest for a night at $100/night.
The staff was very friendly. We ordered room service and the food was good and came quickly.
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The hilly city of Kigali is the capital of Rwanda and has a population of roughly 1 million. It's home to memorials and museums dedicated to the Rwanda Genocide.
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