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Absolutely horrid. Was put up here for the night with Ethiopian airlines for my layover. The room was filthy with the bed hardly made, and sheets clearly not changed. The bathroom was disgusting, with hairs blocking the drain in the shower, and hairs all over...More
Perhaps my shortest stay in a hotel, 11pm to 6am, courtesy of Ethiopian Airlines - unexpected and welcome as I was dreading an 11-hour connecting flight wait in the airport lounge when the air hostess handed me a voucher to stay at the Churchill. Allegedly...More
well the hotel locate in main street the traffic are very noisy specially during the working hours morning and evening beside that the view is very poor all directions. The positive things is that they offer free transport to and from the airport. The juice...More
The location of the hotel is good. The rooms are large but there is damp in the internal walls from the bathroom. The food was poor. The beds were fine. The staff were friendly and helpful. Parking was available at no cost and is secure.
I stayed here on business, and probably stayed too long. The room was fine - quite spacious, good bed, even a balcony (the room could have used more lighting and outlets). Generally, I found the hotel looked fairly run-down, given that it's only six years...More
There are a couple of nice markets close to the hotel, the first one is, Mecanto it is the biggest market in Africa and it is situated in Kenya Street it is a couple of blocks away, best would be to take a taxi... More
There are a couple of nice markets close to the hotel, the first one is, Mecanto it is the biggest market in Africa and it is situated in Kenya Street it is a couple of blocks away, best would be to take a taxi. Just keep a close eye on your wallet in the market. You can bargain hard there. The second one is Walk the Talk in Roosevelt Street opposite the Adamp Pavilion.
The art market is called the Local Market in African Street it is close to the Weygoss Guesthouse and Ethio Super Market.
None of the markets above it right next to the hotel, but not far away. The Locals shop at a market called Shiromeda Market, it is at the foot of the Entoto Mountain.
All the best and hope you get great bargains and what you are looking for.