A Great Hotel In The Addis and Surroundings Region

Ramada Hotel, Addis Ababa

Ramada Hotel, Addis Ababa Offers:

Lodging Type: Hotel

Dining: Ethiopian, A la carte: Good selection of dishes from around the world

Facilities: Air Conditioning, Business / Conference Facilities, Internet - Wifi, Laundry, Mini-bar, Showers - 24hr hot water, TV - Satellite


  • Rock-hewn churches
  • City tours
  • Religious sites
  • Historical sites
  • Museums
  • Markets

Price range:

  • 50-149 USD

  • 150-300 USD

About Ramada Hotel, Addis Ababa

Best known for the Brazilian steak house on its rooftop, this hotel is popular with locals and visitors to Addis alike. The hotel is located not far from the African Union and the United Nations offices.

The 150 en-suite rooms are made up of superior, delux and executive suites. All rooms have satellite TV, Wifi, desk, safe, intercom telephone, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, minibar, toiletries, and tea and coffee making facilities. The suites, the more spacious corner rooms in each floor, have living areas suitable for hosting a private meeting. Fogo no Chao, the Brazilian Churrascaria on the rooftop, offers rotisserie beef, lamb and poultry. The Chefs’ Club has Ethiopian cuisine and some international dishes. The Lobby Lounge and Bar has cocktails, snacks and sandwiches. The conference centre has 2 meeting rooms furnished with audio-visual equipment and Wifi, and offers technology support and meeting planning assistance. Catering for conferences and events can be arranged. The hotel has a concierge service, and offers dry cleaning, laundry and valet parking.

Highlights in Addis include Entoto Mountain, the previous capital of Ethiopia; Shiro Meda, the city’s largest market for traditional clothes; the Addis Ababa University’s ethnographic museum; and Merkato, said to be Africa’s largest open air market.

Highlights Near Ramada Hotel, Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa has a number of dining options that are well worth trying. The traditional restaurants, many of which have cultural shows and Ethiopian dancing, offer the famed Ethiopian cuisine. There’s also a host of Italian restaurants that hark back to the time of the Italian occupation. More ...

Addis boasts an interesting range of things to buy. Traditionally it was known for silver jewellery, woven scarves, religious icons, coffee, crafts and curios – and these are all still available and good value today. However, in the last few years, local designers have burst onto the scene with a ...

While Addis Ababa is at a high altitude, situated at an altitude of nearly 2,400m, it’s actually in a bowl surrounded by mountains of even higher altitudes. Many of the surrounding mountains are over 3,000m, and several of the viewpoints on the peaks are well worth a visit. ...

There are a surprising number of sites within an easy drive of Addis of historical, geographical or visual interest that can be visited as day-trips while staying in the city. There are also a few nearby towns that are popular with residents of Addis for weekends away from the city. ...

Addis Ababa has an interesting collection of museums, covering its history, politics, archaeological findings, and more. While none of them have modern interactive displays, their collections and exhibits are impressive if a little dusty. The National Museum of Ethiopia has a collection of exhibitions mostly dedicated to ancient history. Lucy, ...

This unique, individual and insular branch of the Christian Church is widely respected all over the country, and has several awe-inspiring monuments in the city of Addis Ababa. The Holy Trinity Cathedral, also known as Kidist Selassie and as Menbere Tsebaot, is the highest-ranking religious site in Addis. Large and ...