If your thing is food, don’t read any further. This is about venues for wedding, workshops, retreats, parties, launches and annual events.
Locations, space, beauty, design, topography, the wind directions, lee-wards and east sides and heights. The kind of things that make architects, cameramen, gardeners, sound and light experts enjoy their average day at work and lovers want to marry.
And where else in this country is it better to see such a combination of features and professions than at the famous Prime Holdings-otherwise known as Primature and pronounced as Purimatuure, this is where all the expert, working committee, Inkya’nama, (Kinya-rwanda for special meeting), coordination team, working retreat and many another kinds of meetings in the country take place from.
It is also here that Kigali’s special weddings host their guests for receptions. Even the city’s top corporate companies hire the open grounds for product launches, cocktail parties and meetings.
The large expanse of garden is very well maintained, and they are several perfectly well placed plants to provide shelter on one of the city’s extremely sunny days.
The venue is run under the management of the conglomerate known as Tristar and that explains the superb investments of the venue in high quality chairs, a nicely designed conference and social hall.
The equipments inside this hall are all state of the art, however, the lighting system needs some re-adjustment to get a good quality picture.
In front of the facility is a round shaped walkway which boasts of a sweet little garden in the middle. Probably because of the city’s perennial water shortage occasionally the fountain placed on the side of the entrance is out of order.
Prime Holdings is a commercial conference and social activities facility adjacent to the offices of the Prime Minister, to get there you branch off at the RIEPA offices at the famous Kabindi. It is open for hire for private and public events.