Looking for a place to stay in Addis Ababa? Then look no further than Adot-Tina Hotel, a budget friendly hotel that brings the best of Addis Ababa to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar, a desk, and extra long beds, and you can stay connected during your stay as Adot-Tina Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, Adot-Tina Hotel offers a fitness center and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Tiglachin Memorial (1.1 mi) and Holy Trinity Cathedral (1.8 mi) make Adot-Tina Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Addis Ababa.
While in Addis Ababa, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Adot-Tina Hotel, including Castelli Restaurant (0.9 mi), Tomoca (0.8 mi), and Gusto Restaurant (1.0 mi).
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular monuments and statues, such as Karls Square, Menelik II Square, and Meyazia 27 Square Monument.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Adot-Tina Hotel as you experience everything Addis Ababa has to offer.
The hotel is faded and not up to date. Our room was very cheaply decorated and had ripped furniture, scratched contact paper-like floors, and I had to walk like a crab between the toilet and the sink (it was that tight). The biggest issues were safety hazards – – the hot water heater’s outlet was right next to the shower handle and in the line of the shower spray and the fire alarm system was tweeting because the battery was low. After a tour I came back a week later and they still had not fixed it even though we brought it to their attention. The hairdryer didn’t work. On the upside breakfast was good and there was laundry service which was modestly priced. Dinner at the hotel was pretty good. The staff members were friendly enough but really did not speak English. I repeatedly asked for a roll of toilet paper— four times—and they never sent it up to the room as promised. It got to the point where I made them bring it to me in the lobby while I waited. I would advise spending the extra $20/30 or so per night and going to the Best Western Plus (where I stayed before my tour) and which relatively feels like paradise. The Adot-Tina is not walking distance to anything (whereas the Best Western is across from a mall and fast food options), and if you read the four and five star reviews they are not from Western tourists so their standards may be a bit different. We were the only Westerners in the hotel.…
I spent three weeks in Ethiopia and the travel company used the Adot-Tina Hotel as it's go-to for travelers. We would go out on trips around the country, but always returned to Addis and stayed at the Adot for at least a day before venturing out again. During this period, I/we had five different hotel rooms, but the hair dryer in none of the rooms ever worked. They all have a prominent place in the bathroom, but when you look at the wiring, you will understand why it's a no-go. The manager did offer me the option of going down to the day room of #103 and using that dryer, but I opted not to solely for the inconvenience. A solid night's sleep is pretty much impossible. There is a church/mosque that has a loudspeaker that sounds like it's right next door and they do their chanting starting at five in the morning for an hour. One morning during the Timkat celebrations it started at 1:30 a.m. Even one of the ladies in our party heard it - and she has some serious hearing issues. I would certainly pick a hotel with a much better location. Nothing you'd care to walk to. The dining room is okay and none of us starved to death, but it would be a long way from being a top 10 pick shall we say. The staff was very pleasant, but for overall value, you can do better.…
Ethiopian Airlines offer a free overnight hotel if your layover is more than 8 hours. Mine was 12. Stayed in this clean friendly hotel. Great sleep in a huge bed. Hot running water in the shower. And airport shuttle as well.
Great staff, convenient to the airport, dining room is open late. I've stayed a couple of times but last time they had missed placed our reservation so they put us in one of the rooms with bad plumbing, which reeked of sewage, and only grew worse as the night progressed. Make sure to check the room before you take it, otherwise no problems.
The Adot Tina Hotel is aparently popular, by Addis Ababa standard this can be understood. However! Some roms are not clean, some smells awfull in the bathroom. Check the room before night!! And demand new if nessesary. Good breakfast and worth USD40 night.