Lodging Type: Hotel
Dining: A la carte: Good selection of dishes from around the world
Facilities: Air Conditioning, Business / Conference Facilities, Fitness Centre, Internet - Wifi, Mini-bar, Showers - 24hr hot water, TV - Satellite
In the Bole district of Addis Ababa, Golden Tulip Hotel is a comfortable business hotel.
The 90 rooms are made up of 45 delux king doubles, 25 delux king twins, 15 executive and 5 suites. All rooms have 86-channel TVs, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, iron, ironing board, safe, clothes brush, shoe shine kit and manually adjustable aircon. The bathrooms have rain shower and normal shower, hair dryer and toiletries. The suites are more spacious and their bathrooms have baths.
Spice Restaurant has a French menu, with such delights as carpaccio of beef , chicken calantine, smoked salmon with blinis, dukkah chicken breast, canard poele, filet mignon and lamb curry, as well as some Ethiopian specialities. Lemon Bar and Grill is a sports bar with several big screens, an open kitchen with rotisserie, fully stocked bar and its menu includes pub food like sizzling platters, nachos, salmon burger, Philly steak and cheese, brownies and profiteroles. Havana Bar is a members club, open also to hotel guests, and is the only place in the hotel where smoking is permitted. Grab and Go, in the lobby, is a café and bakery.
The gym has machines and weights, and can be opened by guests 24-hours a day, and there are CCTV cameras and WiFi routers on every floor.
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