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The Hotel is centrally located. It had the basic amenities in the bathroom but was surprised that there was no provision for tea and coffee in the rooms. The staff is quite friendly and helpful. I found the hotel to be basic and didn't offer...More
I stayed at Churchill Hotel on a business trip. The staff were really friendly and helpful. My room was comfy. The hotel has a beautiful ambience and their food was good. They serve food 24/7 and you are sure to meet a friendly face at...More
Near the airport and spacious rooms. Ok if you come with your own toiletries.
But if you come in transit because of the airline like me and you don’t have your luggage, this hotel has no basic amenities (no shampoo, no toothbrush and toothpaste...).
Only 1/4 mile from the airport with free pick up. Perfect as we had a overnight stopover between flights. Very clean with good sized rooms.
Only bizarre incident was a request for a second bath towel which was asked for at 10:30 pm....knock at the...More
The water was cold, there staff are unprofessional and OMG the food is just horrible, the view from my hotel window was heartbreaking. I don't think the area a best place to have a hotel situated in. The taxi driver was nice and very knowledgeable
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.