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Perched on a high natural balcony providing a vantage point that would make a soaring vulture sick with envy, the views are what make this stone-walled hotel a popular choice...
Yaya Africa Athletics Village
Property Location With a stay at Yaya Africa Athletics Village in Sululta, you'll be within the region of Addis Ababa University and National Museum of Ethiopia. This 4-star resort is within the region of St...
Addis Amba Hotel
Property Location You'll be centrally located in Bahar Dar with a stay at Addis Amba Hotel, minutes from Church of St. George and Bahir Dar University. This hotel is within close proximity of Bahir Dar Stadium and Lake Tana...
Florida International Hotel
Property Location With a stay at Florida International Hotel in Gondar, you'll be close to Fasil Ghebbi and Debre Birhan Selassie Church...
Taye Belay Hotel
Property Location With a stay at Taye Belay Hotel in Gondar, you'll be minutes from Fasil Ghebbi and close to Debre Birhan Selassie Church...
Abay Minch Lodge
Property Location Located in Bahar Dar, Abay Minch Lodge is in the historical district and within the vicinity of Bahir Dar Stadium and Lake Tana. This 4-star lodge is within the vicinity of Church of St. George and Bahir Dar University...
B&B The Annex
B&B The Annex has simple but comfortable accommodation in Bahir Dar, with 3 guestrooms decorated in an Ethiopian style. We have a family-friendly atmosphere with a pleasant garden where children can play. B&B The Annex sleeps up to 9 guests...
Selam Bed And Breakfast Bahir Dar
Selam B&B gives you quality bed & breakfast service in quiet and clean residential area. Every Rooms is equipped with standard bed with bathroom & hot/cold as required, Mosquito net, Chair & table, and closet...
With an eager (too much sometimes) and engaged owner, this place offers a smooth stay and is easily the most popular budget guesthouse in town, so it’s a good place to meet other travellers. The rooms are simple and bright and the bathrooms very clean...
This classic budget-traveller haunt offers older whitewashed rooms with a touch of local art to brighten them up. The service is pleasant and the garden courtyard a quiet spot to relax.
Cliff Edge Hotel
Both the rooms and the views from the balconies are just as good as its pricier neighbour Mountain View. They seem quick to discount, so always ask. A restaurant is planned.
Rock-hewn Churches of Tigray
In a word: fantastic. This lovely Italian-owned, African-themed lodge has great facilities and service and many guests declare it the best night of their trip to Ethiopia. Big low-season discounts are available...
The onsite owner ensures this is one of the cleanest budget hotels in Ethiopia. She’s a fine cook too and many locals told us Hohoma is one of the few places in Adigrat that makes a good tihlo (barley balls dipped in a spicy sauce).
Lodge Du Chateau
Doing things their own way, this owner-managed spot next to the Royal Enclosure has the friendliest service in town, an attention to detail and a real commitment to community involvement...
A stone’s throw from the Royal Enclosure’s exit, this new place features eager staff and spotless rooms set back from traffic noise among plenty of trees. Those on the upper level have pretty views of the valley below. Overall it has a good vibe.
Tim & Kim Village
Just over the hill west of Gorgora, this Dutch-run spot is in an idyllic little lakeside valley. The six solar-powered thatch-and-stone cottages are cosy and the welcome is warm...
Rock-hewn Churches of Tigray
Has three ultra-basic rooms, bucket showers, a friendly owner and too-high-for-the-quality-offered faranji prices.
Abreha Castel Hotel
Though the rooms are rather dowdy, this would be a nice place to stay if it weren’t for the elevated faranji prices. It warrants a mention, however, because it’s in an actual historic nobleman’s palace, albeit one far more humble than Yohannes’ palace...
A clean and comfortable hotel that has yet to discover faranji pricing. One of the ensuite rooms lacks hot water, as do the common showers, but the owner plans to rectify this. The pretty good pastry and nice views are bonuses.
Since it’s a charitable entity (profits are reinvested into the community) we’ll be charitable with our description and simply say the rooms are simple for such a high price. They are, however, comfortable enough. It’s 4km south of town.
Alif Paradise Hotel
Alef’s pleasant new rooms are bright, tiled and clean with bathtubs and views. The older rooms, though dark and uninspiring, are still decent value. The restaurant makes a good choice for this part of town.
Bland but overall decent newish rooms smack in the heart of town; those in the back are quieter and have good views.
Very near the Africa Hotel, this place has essentially the same quality rooms, but minus the mostly faranji clientele.