We stayed at Asham Africa in 2019 while I was traveling for work. It wasn't great but since it was the first time and we were only in Bishoftu for a few days, we decided to stay. The grounds at Asham are absolutely beautiful. But unfortunately, that's about it for this hotel. We returned again in October 2022 deluding ourselves that things must have improved. It was worse than before, a nightmare really. We stayed in a room that had roaches, the bathroom was stinky and bathtub/sink both had thin lines of green/black mold around the caulking. No exaggeration, but towels that were supposed to be white were a light brown and didn't smell clean (as though they had been washed with no detergent and no rinse). This was deeply unpleasant. We called staff and showed them the roaches and the towels. They "upgraded" us but while we didn't see any roaches in the "new" room, towels were the same and now we had a new issue. The back door to the balcony had no lock. It was broken and we didn't feel safe sleeping like that. There were lots of mosquitoes, but the mosquito nets are not well fitted to the beds (like you find in other hotels). Mosquitoes came in and out of the net at will (with bellies full) after feasting on us all night. Customer service was horrible. When we switched rooms, we needed a pillow and it took about 5 hours (after visiting reception twice because room-phone didn't work), for us to get a pillow. Eventually we gave up and moved to Kuriftu for the remaining nights.