Hotel Malahide Paradis

Address: B.P. 535 Rubona, Gisenyi, Rwanda | Hotel
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This hotel is located on B.P. 535 Rubona, Gisenyi.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Malahide Paradis Gisenyi

    Reviewed by sarah.liz.nick

    Amazing Stay

    Reviewed Jul 7, 2011
    by (2 reviews) Vancouver , Canada Flag of Canada

    Absolutely beautiful location and lovely rooms. Breakfast was great each morning and included in the price. There is a great little beach with lounge chairs where we spent most of our day. The boat trip however was overpriced and not really worth it and the food was a little slow, but delicious! I would go back for sure!

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    Reviewed by marcellc

    Brilliant value for money

    Reviewed Dec 7, 2010
    by (1 review) , South Africa Flag of South Africa

    The staff are always seeing what they can do for you to the point where they try an anticipate your requests - and often successfully so! Even when meals take awhile to arrive, they tell you how long it might take and then contrary to many other places, continue with their attentive and friendly service while you wait. I can't recommend this place high enough.

    Sunset on Lake Kivu - Hotel Paradis Malahide
    Gisenyi, Rwanda

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Malahide Paradis Gisenyi

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    Sunset on Lake Kivu - Hotel Paradis Malahide
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