Itegue Taitu Hotel， which was built in 1898 (Ethiopian Calendar) in the middle of the city (Piazza)， is the first hotel in Ethiopia. Taitu Betul (1851 – 1918)， an Ethiopian Empress and the wife of Emperor Menelek II， established this hotel to provide guests a place to rest and dine. The Hotel is located in a hilly quiet area with cool breeze and panoramic views， thus amazingly tranquil and peaceful. It is the ideal place for people who cherish privacy and at the same time meet like-minded travellers. The beauty and elegance makes the hotel a perfect place for business travelers and tourists.
Addis Ababa， Ethiopia， Addis Ababa，