A Great Hotel In The Northern Region

Florida International Hotel, Gondar

Florida International Hotel, Gondar Offers:

Lodging Type: Hotel

Dining: Ethiopian, A la carte: Ethiopian and some international dishes

Facilities: Child - Babysitting, Internet - Wifi, Laundry, Showers - 24hr hot water, Spa, TV - Satellite


  • City tours
  • Religious sites
  • Historical sites
  • Museums

Price range:

  • 50-149 USD

About Florida International Hotel, Gondar

Located near the University of Gondar, Florida International Hotel is a distinctive green and white 4-floor building in Gondar.

The 60 en-suite rooms are made up of singles, doubles, executive suites and presidential suites. All rooms have a desk, and are equipped with Wifi, satellite TV, fridge, safe and a card locking system. The suites are more spacious, and include a living area and tea and coffee. The restaurant serves a selection of Ethiopian cuisine, and some international dishes. There is also a bar, 2 cafes, and a gift shop with newsstand. The spa has a sauna and steam room. The business centre offers secretarial services and IT support staff. The conference centre has a meeting room and a ballroom where weddings and other events can be arranged. Amongst other services, the hotel offers babysitting, childcare, dry cleaning, laundry, currency exchange and luggage storage.

Activities include visiting the Imperial Castle Compound of Gondar, the castle of Empress Mentewab, the Bath of Emperor Fasiladas, and the churches of Quskuam Mariam and Debre Birhan Sillassie. Gondar was founded in 1636 by the Emperor Fasiladas, and is often referred to as the Camelot of Africa. The castles and churches here, built by the Emperor and his descendants, have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Highlights Near Florida International Hotel, Gondar

Established as the capital by Emperor Fasiladas in 1636, Gondar was the Royal Capital of Ethiopia until the 1860s. The castles and palaces built during these years have led Gondar to be referred to as the Camelot of Africa, and to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since the demise ...