Often called the “African capital” for its historical, diplomatic and political role in the continent, Addis Ababa lies at the foot of Mount Entoto and rises over the mountains to the north. Situated on a hilltop overlooking the city, the Sheraton Addis stands opposite the National Palace, formerly known as the Jubilee Palace, built to mark Emperor Haile Selassie's Silver Jubilee in 1955.
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The rooms provide a refined, contemporary space for your professional or leisurely stay in Addis Ababa. Socialize or work in the sitting area for two that comes equipped with a writing desk for your correspondence. Step on the balcony to breathe in the delicate fragrance of Ethiopian roses while enjoying the views of the city's majestic hills or the hotel’s turquoise pool and manicured gardens. The bathroom is beautifully appointed with marble vanities and a combined shower and bathtub, a bidet, and a vanity table. The signature Luxury Collection amenity line of custom-blended soaps, shampoos, and moisturizers is an invitation to indulgence. Additional thoughtful details include a salon-style hair dryer, plush slippers and terry cloth robe.
At Shaheen, be ready for intense flavors as fiery curries and spice-infused Tandoori dishes dazzle the palate in this Northern Indian restaurant. The open kitchen allows the diner to observe firsthand the preparation of each tantalizing dish. Savor freshly minced lamb and green peas sautéed with spices along with freshly-baked naan stuffed with onion, cilantro and herbs – a glorious dining experience enhanced by gracious service and a memorable décor of classic Indian artifacts and traditional spice display.