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Jinka Resort

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Jinka Ethiopia
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Jinka Airport1 mi
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The resort is very basic and dirty. It was the most dirty WC i ve seen in a hotel!! Rooms are small .It has (dusted) mosquito nets. It is only for a night's sleep and leave. Food is good though and WIFI works
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The grilled chicken consisted of two thin slices of meat that were so tough they could hardly be cut with a knife. Soup was OK and the bread quite good. Veggies were also tasty. The “resort” is on the Main Street and quite noisy.
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Beautiful resort nestled in the woods. Very restful and a pleasant place to stay. Tegen and the rest of the staff here is super friendly and helpful. They serve great food! All at a reasonable price. Highly recommended!
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This is the safest place to stay in Jinka. Tucked away in a beautiful African jungle, Jinka Resort has spacious rooms, hot showers, clean beds & sheets & an amazing staff. My friends and I stayed there for 2 weeks while doing some missionary work and the staff became like family
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King of Konso Tribe -Ex Engineer From Addis
Triple beds with mosquito nets
Yes there is at a towel and other amenities at the bathroom
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Oui mais comme partout en Éthiopie, la connexion est lente. Bon séjour!
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"Whichever room you have, first check you have water and electricity supply."
"Avoid rooms on the right when you get in the complex. They are the smallest . Go for those in the gardens"
"Rooms out the back are the quietest and are quite large. They have doubles beds rather than the singles available at the front, which is definitely preferred when using a mosquito net that you don't want to get tangled up in."
"Stay away from the main building if you dare take the risk. When you check in look to the RIGHTand there's a series of rooms that my offer better noise control than the ones in the back."
"Check out the plumbing before you accept the room."
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EthiopiaSouthern Nations, Nationalities, and People's RegionJinka
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