The Government of Ethiopia has provided 3.3 billion birr (about $98 million at current exchange rate) stimulus money to the hospitality industry to help the businesses engaged in hotel and tourism navigate through COVID-19 hardship.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s fastest growing local hotel chain; CityBlue Hotels today announced the takeover of Landmark City Hotel in Quatre Bornes, Mauritius, at the 2019 Africa Hotel Investment Forum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Hilton today signs a deal which marks the first for the brand in Africa and a milestone of 100 hotels trading or under development on the African continent for Hilton in its centenary year.
President and CEO of Marriot International, Arne Sorenson, who met Ethiopia’s President Sahle-Work Zewde in Addis Ababa this morning, expresses Marriott’s plan to expand its presence in Ethiopia.
The World Travel and Tourism Council’s (WTTC) annual review ranks Ethiopia top scoring country in the world in tourism growth in 2018.
Attracting many prominent international hotel owners, investors, financiers, management companies and their advisers, the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF), is set to return Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Expanding its presence across Africa, Marriott International announced three new deal signings across North and West Africa.
Ethiopian Airlines today inaugurates its first five star hotels and its expansion of airport in Addis Ababa, in the presence of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia.
Expanding on the hospitality business, Ethiopian Airlines Group introduces the biggest hotel in Ethiopia built on 40,000 square meters next-door to Addis Ababa Bole International Airport.
By Adualem Sisay Gessesse – Born in Arsi and grown up in Desse area of Ethiopia, Mr. Tadiwos, now in his mid-50s was exiled to Sudan when he was only 18 years old. For the first three years he lived in Omdurman, Sudan as refugee. Then he got an opportunity to go to the United […]
By Andualem Sisay Gessesse – Djibouti-Following the commencement of the newly built Ethiopia – Djibouti railway transport and the growing number of middle class in Ethiopia, Djibouti says it is targeting to boost the number of Ethiopian tourists and co-market the two nations as single destination.