Lodging Type: Hotel
Dining: Ethiopian, A la carte: Ethiopian and some international dishes
Facilities: Business / Conference Facilities, Internet - Wifi, Laundry, Mini-bar, Showers - 24hr hot water, Spa, Swimming Pool, TV
Hawassa, capital of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Region, is a bustling hub on Lake Hawassa. Centrally located, the South Star International Hotel offers rooms and services designed for both business and leisure travellers.
The 114 en-suite rooms are made up of standard, twin, family, executive suites and delux suites. All rooms are equipped with TV, desk, Wifi, intercom telephone, minibar, safe and toiletries. The suites are more spacious and have, in addition, Jacuzzi, steam and sauna facilities, and balconies. The main restaurant serves a selection of dishes from around the world, as well as Ethiopian cuisine. The bars and cafes include the Manrika Garden Court, Lobby Bar, Tiya Pool Bar and Tabbor Lounge.
The conference centre, on the top floor, is equipped with audio-visual equipment, and has an IT team on hand to offer support. The Konso Hall can accommodate 250 pax; The Gudumale and Tutifela function rooms can accommodate 50 pax. The food and beverage team organise the refreshments required at conferences and other events. Burquito Day Spa has a Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, and offers massage. The swimming pool is surrounded by sunbeds. The hotel also has a car park, and CCTV security.
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