Africa: RORI Hotel Hawassa, debuts in Ethiopia
To complement existing hospitality brands in the land of Origin, with flavour and expertise in service delivery, Rori Hotel, Hawassa, a brand new hotel in Ethiopia, has been unveiled.
Located in the heart of the beautiful city of Hawassa, the five star hotel is a delight to behold and is closer to the South Nation and Nationalities Peoples Region (SNNPR), state government office.
RORI HOTEL incorporates 100 spacious guest rooms appointed as Presidential Suite (Family suites), Suites, Deluxe Room, Twin and Standard rooms.
The hotel provides services like; Swimming pool, sauna & steam, Gymnasium, Massage therapy, a well-stocked lobby bar, VIP lounge, Asian Bar and Restaurant, a very well decorated Modern and Traditional restaurants with a wide selection, including special diet menu & wedding and conference halls with flexible accommodation capacity.
The hotel also boast of quality services Complimentary Full Breakfast, Free Guestroom Hi-speed WIFI Internet, Free Wi-Fi Connections (hotspots) in the Lobby Area
24hrs Room Service, Laundry and Dry cleaning Service, and Meeting Halls.
Guests can also take advantage of other services the hotel provides such as Personal In-room Safety Deposit Box, Business Center, Swimming pool, Sauna & steam, Gymnasium and its Free shuttle service TO/From the airport.
Guests at the hotel can also explore the many tourists’ attractions that Hawassa provides. The Hawassa lake is the smallest lake of the Rift Valley lakes, with an area of 9000 hectares. It is an idyllic lake that is surrounded by rolling hills everywhere.
The Hawassa Lake has formed in an ancient volcanic crater, and no mouths of rivers. Yet the water is healthy and full of fish but also home of a group of hippos usually located in the southeast side of the lake stop (near the village TikurWoha).
Like other Rift Valley lakes offer in and around the Hawassa Lake lots of bird watching can also be explored by tourists. This has created a few kilometers footpath along the lake side where you can easily observe birds. In the area that was flooded, swamps have formed again attracting waterfowl.