Recently I had the opportunity to stay at the VIP Palace 2 here in Goma. It's conveniently located next to La Grande Barriere taking you to Rwanda and it is next to Ihusi, one of the more popular hotels in the area. Many of the local restaurants (mostly Indian) are within walking distance to the hotel. As with all meal services, the food you order for lunch or dinner takes a while to make (about 40 min). You can pay your meals with credit card (visa/mastercard) if you are trying to save your cash. Running water and electricity are not an issue generally. The beds are equipped with mosquito nets and you have running hot water although this varies from room to room. They have a pool here as well but on weekends, there are a lot of people there. They do have wifi but make sure to ask the front desk for the password. Check out time is at 11AM. If you check out after that, even if it is 1101 they will charge you and will be unable to make any changes so make sure you communicate with them if you need a later check out time. You get 1 bottle of water in the room every day you request the room to be cleaned. There is no safe in the room, so be sure to lock up everything in your suitcase. People have had their jewelry stolen here. They have a fridge but the drinks in there are over priced. Better to go to some of the local marts and bring drinks back. If you want your room cleaned, you have to leave the key at the front desk at the beginning of the day.…
Rooms were ok. Although safety aspect on second story windows down to floor level with a mosquito netting. If you tripped you would fall right down. No mosquito net. Bedside lamp not working. TV not working. Power was off 80 percent of the time. So after a hike to see gorillas and covered in mud no hot shower. In fact there never was hot water. No aircon or fan. I don’t know what the other hotels are like in Goma but if you want to increase your tourist trade. You need to get up to speed.
J'ai séjourné dans cet hôtel et j'ai aimé. Simple dans sa présentation, il est beau. il est en plein centre ville de Goma et à 5 minutes de la frontière congolo-rwandaise. Beau cadre, et surtout très bonne cuisine, des cuisiniers accusant une bonne dextérité. je le recommande.
Hôtel proche de tous dans un quartier assez bruyant malgré tout et c'est bien dommage car le cadre autour de la piscine pour la détente et le hall d'entrée sont au top,un internet qui ne rame pas Mais toujours des coupures d'eau et d'électricité récurent sur Goma je pense.Personnelle très agréable et souriant.
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