The hotel is at the end of a 15 metres walk on the left of the RN going to Gitega. It was created by San Ndimira, who was Prime Minister under Buyoya (1996-1998), but Bonaventure has been managing it for years with good sense and warmth. The building is on the mountain side. Its entrance overlooks a huge mezzanine, where a staircase leads to the restaurant and an ideal terrace for lunch. The panorama on the hills and the valley of the Nyacijima-Kinyankuru is wonderful from the upper balcony (it is advised at dusk, between 18 h and 20 h). The rooms are very clean and clean. Those on the ground floor overlook grassy terraces (tables and chairs) from which trails go down in the valley. It's really a good address in Ngozi, where at least you have to get a drink or eat a brin, especially as prices are not excessive. We recommend the "very good soup" of the house.
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