If you are Ethiopian, I advise that you don’t stay at this hotel. It’s a great place to eat and go , but if you trying to book a room and stay , you will be treated horribly if you are Ethiopian that speaks Amharic. I was shocked because almost all the employees are local Ethiopians and you would think they will treat you well since you Ethiopian too. Wrong , you will only get treated well if you different national and talk to them in English. Me and my wife are from U.S.A and we went back home for a week vacation. We only stayed there for two night because of how we were treated by the staff just because we Ethiopians. Two different night my wife called front desk to order room service, she spoke with them in Amharic. Our orders were never transferred to the person in charge. After hours of waiting , I called the front myself and spoke to them in English and they rushed to get the orders in minutes. You will be treated as a trespasser trying to navigate the pool and other areas of the hotel. That is absolutely shame from a five star hotel , we paid the same money us the other people to stay there and we expect same treatment.These happened both night we stayed. That mad my wife mad and we decided to change hotel. My advice to your hotel is , your entire staff needs diversity training course.