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Hotel Congomani

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Cercle Sportif, Goma République démocratique du Congo
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teekee71 a écrit un avis (oct. 2018)
Ballywalter, Royaume-Uni12 contributions5 votes utiles
We had to stop for the night on our travels and came across the Congomani. It done the job and what we needed for our short stay, very very friendly people that wanted to do everything for us. No complaints Nice memories
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Date du séjour : juin 2018
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Ishuheri a écrit un avis (mars 2018)
Gloucester, Royaume-Uni219 contributions19 votes utiles
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A friend recommended we stay at Congomani, but we were warned beforehand that they're a little hit and miss with service. There was a big Red Cross meeting going on when we arrived, and none of the staff came to help us. We sat around the garden for almost an hour before we managed to track down the owner and secure a room. A little tough after a two-hour moto ride from the north of the island. We arrived at around 4 p.m., really hungry, but there was no food at the hotel. They went to buy supplies and we received a very nice omelette an hour or so later. The rooms were very basic, but the beds were comfortable. There was a cupboard with a shattered mirror, a TV (for decoration only) and a bathroom without toilet seat or running water. What the toilet lacked in seating, it made up for in ants, so look before you sit down. When we finally did find the owner, he was very friendly. Despite explaining that we had very little money left (because there's nowhere on the island to withdraw cash and no one accepts visa), we received a huge dinner and breakfast, but were then presented with the bill and a mobile money number to pay when we reached the mainland. This was a bit cheeky, as we had specifically explained we didn't need breakfast. On a better note, they did help us secure a pirogue (small boat) to the mainland the next morning. Per person, this worked out a little cheaper than the commercial ferry, though it did experience a fuel line issue halfway and we spent twenty minutes floating in circles on Lake Kivu. Electricity was an issue. The rooms were wired to large batteries but didn't have any plug sockets. After a couple of days without electricity, our phones had run out of juice. Later that evening, they turned on the generator (something they'd suggested we might have to pay more for). There was one socket, but it was on an unsecured porch, so we couldn't charge overnight without leaving our phones in the open. They did make use of the generator with a loud sound system, but the music went off by 10 p.m. and it was silent after that. I woke to find a bucket of hot water outside my room in the morning, and when they saw I was awake, they brought a cold one to mix with it. That was a nice touch. I'd say this place is an experience. It's very basic and there's not a massive amount of effort made to welcome guests, but the food, when it is available, is very good and the manager, when you find him, is kind and helpful. Something worth noting if you're visiting Idjwi is that there's nowhere on the island to take out cash and no one accepts visa, so you need to take enough money with you. Electricity is also extremely intermittent, so take a fully charged battery pack with you. You’ll also struggle if you don’t speak French, as very few people speak English.
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Date du séjour : février 2018
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Dale G a écrit un avis (janv. 2014)
Waxahachie, Texas, United States48 contributions10 votes utiles
I thoroughly enjoyed the place. I moved here from a lakeside hotel that was way too expensive and too cramped. Congomani offered a huge relief. The rooms were spacious, beds were soft and big, the water was hot, and the room was surrounded by gardens, in which two adorable Ugandan cranes hung out and would come over for treats. Food was decent and inexpensive and the help was good. The complimentary breakfast was Spartan but it was food and was okay. The security (always an issue in DRC) was very good. The Chief of Police and his retinue were staying right up the walk from me while I was there, so that reassured me. My only issue was the WiFi, which they had trouble getting to work. But hey, this is Africa. Instead, I always rely upon the USB Flash drives from the phone carriers.
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Date du séjour : septembre 2013
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Africahand a écrit un avis (mars 2010)
Somerset, Royaume-Uni178 contributions131 votes utiles
I spent 3 nights at Hotel Congomani and paid $70 for one of the mid-level rooms (discounted from $75). The hotel was chosen by my hosts as it was close to their offices (walking distance to many NGOs). It's a new hotel and on first sight looks impressive. Fancy TVs, shiny fittings, huge presidential suite. But the build quality is poor and the hotel is falling into disrepair. In my room the TV didn't work, there was mildew on the walls, the mirror light in the bathroom had never been wired up and at night there were mosquitoes and no net or spray was provided (I armed myself with spray the next day but had a fairly sleepless first night). My most serious gripe, however, was the lack of running water. I had to wash with cold water from a bucket. There was no bath mat and no offer to heat the water up. Paying $70 for a cold bucket bath in a poorly lit, slippery bathroom is not my idea of good value. I gave some laundry to be done one morning but 24 hrs later it wasn't ready. So they made a half-hearted attempt to iron it dry and it was returned to me pretty much soaking wet. Surely 24 hrs is enough to wash clothes? The restaurant was nothing special - I ordered tilapia and was given Nile Perch, which they insisted was tilapia when clearly it was not. The staff I met spoke only French and Swahili. Would be nice to have an English speaker on the desk, given the number of international organisations and non-Francophones in Goma. On the positive side there was free wi-fi and it worked well. There are also nice balconies outside many rooms with a power supply, where you can sit with a laptop and a cold beer. This hotel needs serious attention from its owners as it is sliding rapidly downhill from what was obviously a glitzy start. It's worth $40 a night, not $70.
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Date du séjour : mars 2010
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République démocratique du CongoNorth Kivu ProvinceGoma
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