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Protea Hotels Kigali Rwanda




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Opening 2016
Protea Hotel Kigali is set to open in 2015 in the city of Kigali, which is located in Rwanda only ten minutes from the International Convention Centre. Situated in the upmarket suburb of Nyarutarama, adjacent to the golf course and only 15 minutes away from the Kigali International Airport, the Protea Hotel Kigali is a corporate’s dream being only ten minutes from the citys business district.

Protea Group (South Africa) will open a second hotel in Rwanda






Ivan R. Mugisha



Protea Hotels, one of Africa’s largest hotel chains, has signed a Rwf15bn investment deal to establish a five-star hotel in the country that will boost the service sector that has seen a surge in conference tourism.


The deal was yesterday signed during the Africa Hotel Investment Forum that is taking place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


The 76-room resort will be constructed in Rusizi District, Western Province, and completed in 2016 under the brand “Protea Kivu Marina Resort Hotel.”


“The $22 million investment project is an excellent private-public partnership model involving seven districts that make up the Western Province as well as the Diocese of Rusizi as shareholders. It is also a landmark project for Kivu Belt region,” Yamina Karitanyi, the head of tourism and conservation at Rwanda Development Board said.





Protea Group Africa’s largest hotel group will open an hotel in Rwanda




While Rwanda Tourism Sector is recording dramatic growth, another giant Hotel Group will enter into Rwandan Market. Protea Hotels based in South Africa announced yesterday, that it will open its first hotel at Kigali, by late 2013.



The Protea Hospitality Group has signed a deal that will see Africa’s largest hotel group moving into its 10th African country, the beautiful equatorial Republic of Rwanda, famous for its Mountain Gorillas. 


A 25-room hotel in the upmarket suburb of Nyarutarama in Rwanda’s capital city, Kigali will become Protea Hotel Kigali when it opens in the last quarter of this year and represents a great step forward in the Protea Hospitality Group’s growth in East Africa, says company CEO Arthur Gillis.


“Rwanda has shown tremendous economic growth in the past few years and the Government has a strong focus on the development of the tourism sector, recognising it as one of the foremost economic drivers and the largest foreign exchange earner,” says Gillis.

Protea Hotel Kigali will offer standard rooms, as well as eight two-bedroom units specifically for the long-stay market. 

The hotel will also feature a 60-seater restaurant, a bar, gym and swimming pool, plus two executive boardrooms for meetings and conferences on site.

About Protea Hotels :

From a portfolio of four hotels in 1984, Protea Hotels has expanded rapidly and is today the largest hotel group in terms of numbers of hotels in Africa, with the most extensive network. It has management and franchise agreements, as well as several joint ventures, with over 100 hotels. These are spread throughout South Africa, as well as Tanzania, Malawi, Nigeria, Namibia and Zambia. Negotiations are currently taking place regarding Protea’s expansion into other African regions on both the East and West Coasts of Africa – areas where Protea has a distinct trading advantage.



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