Long layover at Addis Ababa airport (ADD) or in nearby hotels

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Possibility to spend the night at Addis Ababa airport (ADD), if open 24 hours. Services available, places to rest (free resting zones), or look for the list of nearby hotels and vip lounges.

Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area

Spending the night at the airport
Addis Ababa airport is very crowded and disorganized, and movement is constant, even during the night. Have earplugs or headphones so the noise does not bother you. The lack of signs and assistance from the airport staff can make navigating the enclosure quiet difficult.
Where to rest: There are few seats inside the terminals, but you can find some reclinable chairs, so grab one as soon as possible. Another option is to enter one of the VIP lounges, one of which is open 24 hours a day. If the passenger finally decides to go to a hotel, there are several in the vicinity, and some of them offer shuttle services.
Baggage: The enclosure does not provide left luggage services, so you will have to keep your bags with you until check-in.
Eating and drinking: There are no options open during the night.
Wi-Fi: Free access.
Other services available around the clock: ATMs, baby changing facilities.

Booking accommodation


Nearby Hotels

Some hotels in the surroundings have counters inside the airport, where you can make reservations and arrange your transport. Mam Guest House (Tel +251 911 123 459), Hotel Lobelia (Tel +251 911 692 054), Lucy Guest House (Tel +251 911 525 214), Ambassador Hotel (Tel +251 116 188 284), Harmony Hotel (Tel +251 116 183 100), Bagy Hotel & Resort (Tel +251 911 305 139), Addis Flower Guest House (Tel +251 911 021 333), Bole International Hotel (Tel +251 116 633 000), Bole Skygate Hotel (Tel +251 116 183 355), Foyat Hotel (Tel +251 116 607 096).

Latest updates: May 19, 2019

  Scoring of Addis Ababa airport

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Scoring in Stay Overnite at The Airport (sleeping conditions):
VIP Lounge Pass