The Radisson Blu Kigali is surrounded by multi-colored bands that echo traditional Rwandan baskets. The property is the perfect base for travelers interested in exploring the wildlife and natural beauty of this country.

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Centrally-located near the airport, the Radisson Blu Kigali is a great place for a first glimpse or final farewell to Rwanda. This region is one of the most popular leisure and tourist hubs of East Africa. Admire the green, lush hills surrounding Kigali from contemporary earth-toned rooms and suites with private balconies at the Radisson Blu Kigali. The Presidential Suite has two bedrooms for a larger group. The Junior Suite is spacious with a living room, bedroom, and an en-suite bathroom that features a relaxing rain shower.

Guests can take their pick from a selection of continental and regional dining options. The Larder is an all-day restaurant offering both local and international foods with an African twist. Fresh and locally-sourced seasonal ingredients are used in these dishes. Guests can enjoy their meal from both the indoor or outdoor seats overlooking the swimming pool. Filni Restaurant is Italian food prepared with flair in open show kitchens. The Lobby Bar & Lounge has timber floors with mottled brass fixtures, and plush leather seating to cozy up with a glass of wine and a cigar. The Lounge offers Kigali’s widest array of drinks and international wines, paired with snacks, or try a cocktail made with fresh fruit at the Piazza Bar’s spacious terrace.

The Radisson Blu Kigali is located near the city center where guests can pick-up handmade goods at open-air markets. A day trip takes you to the Volcanoes National Park for a mountain gorilla safari. This is one of the few places in the world where you can see these creatures in their natural habitat.

For other natural experiences, visit the spa at Radisson Blu Kigali and opt for the Arabian-inspired treatment using mud to cocoon the body. A selection of massages incorporate locally-sourced products like coconut, river rocks, and coffee bean extract from the volcano rich soils.

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