How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hotel Sultani
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sultani Kinshasa
Travel Blogs from Kinshasa
... She knows why I choose such vehicles (it’s easier to hold the line on expenses and expectations when one sets the example), but she hadn’t done this in a while….
We shuddered (the vehicle not us) rattled and shook our way through the dark roads and streets of Kinshasa until we reached the hotel. I paid the driver and we checked in to this hotel which is gradually being improved and refurbished (and is becoming ...
... take to ship such things to the west. I believe they’ll learn right away this is not feasible. But we’ll give them a chance.
At this point we were getting pretty tired from the heat and the jostling around of the hard suspension. I thought we were going to head back to the hotel, but there is another member family “on the way.” So we stopped in briefly to visit Jean and his family. They offered us a cold Fanta which we accepted with ...
... to be able to stay in touch and pass along some good materials for their use. On our way back to the hotel, I broke out in laughter at the moves I saw people pulling on the roads of Kinshasa. It was everything short of a junk yard car battle. We stayed at the hotel again tonight for dinner. We are so tired at the end of the day that going out on another taxi ride with an unknown chauffeur does not interest us. Mental note: always stay at a hotel with a decent restaurant when in ...
... some personal examples.
At the end of our presentations I gave them some points on things they could do to get involved right away in the life of their congregation and be of service to the work of God. These included:
1. Studying their Bible every day to become strong in the word
2. Praying every day to develop a strong relationship with God
3. Volunteering to help in the congregation
4. Looking for ...
... eyes open, after a night with little or no sleep.
After finished our coffee, we walked the length of the departure area again to gate 4, where with my Delta card, I was able to get more coffee for free. “Anything up to 700 shillings” said the Kenya Airways employee after writing down my card number. Anything up to $8.50; that’s not too much, but it’s better than nothing. We decided to be original, so Daniel had a double espresso and I had ...