Stayed here for one night as our previous hotel had booked up. We negotiated the rack rate of $125 for a king superior down to $90. At $90 we felt this was ok value although compared to our stay at the Addis Regency and later the Afroland Lodge, we felt this was the worst of the three we stayed at (and also the most expensive). Although the room was absolutely huge, with as promised king sized bed, tv, balcony, and wifi, in general we noticed that the rooms and hotel weren't as well managed or as kept up as its competition. The carpet was scuffed, the shower's doors didn't close, the bathroom fan made a racket and the tv's signal was fuzzy on a number of channels and although we complained, it was never fixed. All small things, but enough to bring down the whole experience. We wanted room service but the menu was so limited and pricey that we decided to go out (Fusion, down the street, served amazing food!). Breakfast was a buffet – some hot dishes as well as omelets made to order. All in all, it was a rather disappointing experience but at $90 it wasn't that bad of a deal for midrange in Addis. When we saw online (eg. Expedia) our room going for $180 a night however, I would say that that would be terrible value and to suggest that no-one should pay so much for so little.
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