No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel Intercontinentaladdis
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Intercontinentaladdis Addis Ababa
Travel Blogs from Addis Ababa
A very quiet day hanging around the golf club and tent today. Not feeling too well - stomach and guts - need to stay near to the toilets while we have them - cried off going to the outdoor market (largest in Africa) - I adore looking around them and taking photos, so quite a hardship for me not to go exploring. Have managed some scrambled egg, a bread roll, a few cups and 2 chocolate chip biscuits so far today plus 5 pots of tea - all going straight through me at the moment - ...
... country very foreign to the U.S., I have been amazed at how welcoming people are. Instead of yelling "farenji" (foreigner or white person) at me, which I tended to get in Addis, people will use their broken English to say hello and shake my hand followed by a shoulder bump (the local greeting). The little kids here especially get a kick out of trying their English on me. Another great part about being here has been my medical rotation. I am rotating at ...
... that has treks to the Danakil area and am hoping to hear back from them. It is kind of a shot in the dark on short notice. If not, will just relax and wander town today.
Just had a sweet talk while eating with an Ethiopian man who lives in Atlanta, back to see his homeland after 35 years, he actually has been a couple times and has homes in Addis Ababa and Bahir Dar. He had a rental truck and was touring more remote places from his youth. He had a very nostalgic look in his ...
... and started to listen to what I was asking of them. After listening to them play and try to get them to play quieter we moved into the Practice hall where the full band gathered and we watched them play Hymns and Marches. They all play very loud and that is something we need to work on. They were confident in their playing and at times sounded like a decent Band. The Band moved outside to play on the March and helped them with their dressing and ...
... sup>thC, and lies in a bowl of hills at 2,200m. The hills are covered in eucalyptus trees, which is a change from the arid bare hills we passed through. Much of Ethiopia has been deforested, but apparently there is a program of re-forestation underway. Eucalyptus is used extensively for firewood and building crude homes - vertical saplings with mud and straw filling the gaps. Roofs are either thatched or rusty iron.