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Featuring free WiFi and a spa centre, South Star International Hotel offers accommodation in Āwasa. The hotel has an outdoor pool and views of the mountains, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant...
Offering a garden, Zion Train Lodge offers pet-friendly accommodation in Kʼorē. Free private parking is available on site. There is a seating and/or dining area in some units. Towels are provided...
Offering a garden, 10000 Flamingos Lodge offers accommodation in Tʼīreba. Free WiFi is available . Free private parking is also available on site. Towels are featured...
Dorze Lodge offers basic accommodation situated 28 km from Abra Minch. Catering for the more adventurous traveller, this lodge offers guests first-hand experiences with the local people...
This upmarket lodge staring straight at the national park’s ‘Bridge of God’ features comfortable Konso-inspired huts, all but a few with views, built from stone and wood...
With dowdy, overpriced rooms, and early morning church noise, we assume the only reason it’s popular with faranji is the wi-fi.
If Zeweda is full, as it often is, this similar place makes a reasonable backup, though it’s not as good.
Although the lake views are excellent, this places feels more like a 1970s workers’ compound than a hotel and the prices are way too high.
Though the rooms are dark and a tad rank, it deserves consideration for being so near the lake and having such a vivid garden.
A superclean older place with in-room TVs.
An older property that, unusual for Ethiopia, is well-maintained and up-todate with wi-fi and satellite TV. Very good value.
Next door to its older sister, this place is younger and smarter, though beyond the funky furniture in the lobby, just as plain...
A demerit for false advertising (it’s nearly 1km to the lake) but kudos for the rooms that, though overpriced, are solid. It’s behind Dolce Vita restaurant.
Fairly swish by Ethiopian standards, it’s got the most mod cons (including in-room safes, massage showers and an elevator) available in this price range.
Yet another place with too-high faranji prices, the rooms here feel older than they really are, but are clean, quiet and satellite TV–equipped.
In a noisy, nondescript office block on the way into town; rooms are basic but bright and clean.
Like giant, upturned onions, the beautifully crafted Sidamo huts here each have a small lounge, two bedrooms (with two beds and en suite in each) and fantastic views over Nechisar National Park...
The new rooms in back of this good restaurant score on all accounts: clean, comfy, good location and good value.
The rooms here are small and functional and offer excellent value. The Amharic name is ‘Tami’.
Simple and spartan (there are squat toilets and cold-water showers) but lacking mildewy odours, this small family-run spot is the first choice of many tour drivers...
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