Pullman Kinshasa Grand Hotel
International hotel for hyper-connected travelers
Located a suburb named” Gombe”, the administrative and diplomatic center of the city of Kinshasa. It offers spacious and comfortable rooms and suites, with a superb view of the city or the Congo River. It shares relaxation and catering areas with Le Grand Hôtel de Kinshasa: a Fitness Center, an outdoor swimming pool, 2 restaurants, 2 bars. It is the ideal place for a business or leisure stay.
By crossing the doors of our hotel, our customers find a circle of trust which guarantees them an exceptional stay; in the heart of the diplomatic and business district of Kinshasa, the capital of the DRC. “Thierry DE JAHAM, Hotel Management”
In the heart of the city, the Pullman Kinshasa Grand Hotel with its 190 air-conditioned rooms and suites with top-of-the-range bedding, private bathroom and wifi access offers you all the modern comforts. For your relaxation, our hotel has a garden with swimming pool and terrace, a fitness room, a spa, tennis courts, 3 restaurants and 3 bars. With 11 conference and seminar rooms, it is also suitable for organizing your professional events.
Each atmosphere is studied to allow an intense moment of life, in harmony with the senses. A unique culinary and taste experience that our customers like to rediscover each time they pass through our catering areas.
Kinshasa is the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo. It lies on the Southern banks of the great river Congo and 515 miles away from the Atlantic Ocean.
Kinshasa has grown from a small fishing village into one of the largest metropolitan areas in Africa. Kinshasa is the cultural and intellectual Centre of the Democratic Republic of Congo but has also influenced many parts of sub-Saharan Africa in the past 30 years.
It is the largest French speaking city in the world – larger than Paris. The temperature is generally warm for much of the day from May to September. Temperatures generally drop during the rainy season between October and May.
Kinshasa has a tropical wet and dry climate (Aw). Its lengthy rainy season spans from October through May, with a relatively short dry season, between June and September. Kinshasa lies south of the equator, so its dry season begins around its winter solstice, which is in June. This is in contrast to African cities further north featuring this climate where the dry season typically begins around December. Kinshasa's dry season is slightly cooler than its wet season, though temperatures remain relatively constant throughout the year.
The Boulevard du 30 Juin (Boulevard of 30 June) links the main areas of the central district of the city. Other roads also converge on Gombe.
The public bus company for Kinshasa, created in 2003, is Transco (Transport au Congo).
Several companies operate registered taxis and taxi-buses, identifiable by their yellow colour.
The city has two airports: N'djili Airport (FIH) is the main airport with connections to other African countries as well as to Istanbul, Brussels, Paris and some other destinations. N'Dolo Airport, located close to the city centre, is used for domestic flights only with small turboprop aircraft.
Several international airlines serve Ndjili Airport including Kenya Airways, South African Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Air France and Turkish Airlines. An average of ten international flights depart each day from N'djili Airport.
A small number of airlines provide domestic service from Kinshasa, for example Congo Airways and flyCAA. Both offer scheduled flights from Kinshasa to a limited number of cities inside DR Congo.