Spa Shallum - Kibuye
Spa Shallum - Kibuye
The Bisesero Genocide Memorial is 15 minutes' walk away from Spa Shallum Kibuye, which also provides room service, ironing, and laundry services. You can utilize the free parking, the picnic area, and the facial room while staying at this bed and breakfast in Kibuye.
Home St. Jean is about a mile from the hotel. It takes about 15 minutes to walk to get to the city center from here. Moto bus station is a 10-minute stroll from the lodging. The town of Spa Shallum is located 69 miles from Goma airport.
Some accommodations come with a private bathroom where you may unwind and use a different toilet.
With a health center that offers waxing, pedicures, and manicures, this hotel draws visitors.
There is no internet access.
01 Asphalt, Gatwaro Rd N/A, Kibuye, Rwanda
Check-in from 07:00-23:59 - Check out up to 08:00-10:00
Spa and relaxation
Outdoor dining area
Picnic area/ Tables
- Spa & Leisure
Spa & wellness center
Full body massage
- Room view
- Room features
Wi-Fi in rooms
more precautions for health and safety
For your safety to be their top priority, this facility has implemented additional health and hygiene precautions.
Rule: Be adaptable.
Considering your dates are far off, go with free cancellation to maintain your flexibility. With free cancellation, changing your mind about your plans is never a problem!
Travel Eco-friendly lodging
This establishment has made major efforts to make your stay more environmentally friendly.
Rwanda has put in place health and safety safeguards and reopened its doors to tourists, providing secure and hassle-free experiences as the rest of the world adjusts to living with the COVID-19 epidemic.
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What's Making Us Happy
The eco-friendly and discrete entrance by the luxury brand into gorilla trekking country
The nation's forward-thinking, environmentally conscious approach to tourism guarantees that resorts are linked to nearby communities for mutual economic benefit.
Last chimps on earth
Primate tracking experience is the first tourism offering in Rwanda's fourth national park
More to Rwanda than gorillas
Golden monkeys, blue monkeys, and L’Hoest’s monkeys