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Sultani Hotel

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Location

Located on the Avenue de la Justice, this hotel enjoys an ideal location in the heart of the business center and is just minutes from the majestic Congo River.  It is also a short walk from the town hall of Gombe, the Congolese Federation of Football Association (FECOFA) and the Supreme Court. It is also located just minutes from nearby government facilities and international organizations.

 

Presentation

Whether you are on a business trip or planning your next vacation in Kinshasa, the Sultani Hotel warmly welcomes you. Sultani means “KING” in Swahili, one of the four national spoken languages of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

A stay at the Sultani Hotel offers many sport opportunities, like hiking along the Congo River, playing golf at the Golf Club (2 minutes away from the hotel), enjoying the “Elaeis Circle” with its pool, tennis courts, basketball fields, etc.

 

Accommodation

Our modern and elegant furniture sets will make you feel at home and our rooms are fully equipped, with air conditioning and wireless Internet, and ideally fitted for business travel, but also for leisure stays.

 

Meeting Rooms

The Sultani Hotel offers meeting rooms for your seminars, banquets or meetings in Kinshasa. Our meeting rooms can accommodate up to 400 people.

Suzanne Muk Room:

The largest room of our Hotel offers a wide variety of implementations. Climate controlled, this room is ideal for business events, regular events, weddings, banquets and parties.

Yvonne Compere Room:

The most popular setting for workshops, trainings, meetings and cocktails.

 

Features :

  • High speed network,
  • projectors,
  • air conditioning,
  • subcommittee rooms,
  • WIFI (Internet wireless),
  • podium

Dining

Give yourself some time to relax at the hotel bar, or enjoy a delightful moment in our gourmet restaurant Marie Kabuang.

Our chef and his team will share their passion of great food, with you. We recommend you try ‘the King of Tanganyika on a crown of Ngai-ngai with its red collar’.