We stayed here for three nights. A single room costs 200 birr. Wich is really cheap. The room and bathroom are ok. Only the shower wasn't clean. There is a small garden you can sit and relax.
It is one of shoestring hotel. It is not that much to say a hotel. It seems like a pension. The room is not that much standardized for tourists. The bath room most of the time doesn't have water.
Forget the "upmarket" category while in Axum and try this. You are likely to meet lots of interesting travelers as you enjoy the sidewalk cafe/restaurant. One night at the upmarket establishment buys you 5 at the Africa! And the hot water worked perfectly in my...More
Africa hotel could be a pleasant place with a better maintenance and a speacking english staff. The veranda,the courtyard , the enough clean rooms could make a great place to stay,but: In the rooms everything is broken or doesn't work ,the staff never understand what...More
Although it's just 1 star hotel, we have spent days like kings. Great breakfasts, clean rooms, wi-fi... not easy to find anything similar in North Ethiopia for this cheap price!
Very cheap and you get what you pay for, there was no hot water for us and my beds springs collapsed and turned into a monster trying to swallow me whole, but hey good value.
Lonely Planet warns about fleas and neither I nor any other guests mentioned it. I would have no problem staying here again, just don't expect working Wifi or a fitted sheet on the bed or staff that speak very much english... but it does have...More
'Fasting Food' has no meat and is usually available on Wednesdays and Fridays...the Orthodox Christian fast days. It is on most menus in tourist restaurants. Basically, it is several 'wats' or vegetable sauces served on injera. Lentils feature prominently. The dish is known as 'atkilt...More
The restaurant (only had bfast) was just fine for a quick and easy meal to start the day. Eggs w/ toast and coffee. This hotel / restaurant was clean enough, well located, friendly staff, the hot water worked. All in all, it was a rather...More