Hilton Addis Ababa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Addis Ababa
Hilton hotels always offers great service world wide. From shuttles ,food ,rooms etc.
Hilton in Addis is a very old Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Addis Ababa
... strolled down Bole street had a soft drink then found a great restaurant with views of the city And they cooked Tibs a local meat dish with their local bread injire and spicy dip they have their own local butcher. It was called Frank Addis bar and restaurant. Caught the taxi home again rested had fantastic dinner at the guesthouse and retired early to ...
... I walked across the ancient, grimy terminal to a roped off area, where I was requited to leave my suitcase and proceed without it to a desk where, when my turn came, I could hand over my papers to two officers, one checked airline information and the other my passport and visa. Meanwhile the porter waited with my suitcase, on which I kept my eye from a distance.
One past the government agents, I could proceed to the check-in desk where the airline personal checked me ...
... led to a local group of tribal people and then our way
back to the hotel. We went to a cultural club where we were all made fun of in
Amharic but got to dance with the locals and oh yeah the freshest chicken
possible. We ordered roast chicken and the waiter immediately took a live
chicken to the chopping block 30 minutes later was a beautifully roasted
chicken. We woke up at 6:30 the next morning in order to go to Awash ...
... tried to catch some sleep but was close to freezing to death (yes, it is cold in Addis...so cold, that I don't even have to worry about any mosquitoes) as I thought it would be over exaggerated to snuggle up in my sleeping bag. Five hours later I decided to contact a different hotel, took a taxi and checked in into the oldest hotel in Addis Ababa, the Taitu Hotel. Probably one of the worst hotels I've ever been in, I decided to stay because it might be one of the better spots ...
... locals when they want to unwind. I hadn't heard much about this before but as long as the place served cold drinks I agreed to take a look at what they called Ethiopian Facebook due to the social nature of these dwellings.
What went on at the chat show stays in the chat show but really it was just a load of locals chewing on leaves like koalas and talking deeply to each other, the sweet cinnamon flavoured tea was nice and the only downside was the bill which I agreed to ...