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Quiet oasis along Lake Tana, this hotel has pleasant outdoor eating areas (patio and gardens) with sunset views. Restaurant food is delicious and staff is friendly. Lunch sandwiches are large enough for two people. We took an early morning boat ride around the lake (highly...More
Good hotel with restaurant and decent rooms. Don't expect anything special. I stayed here for 2 night and managed to get the price down as I thought it was extremely overpriced. No lakeview but friendly staff.
We stayed two nights here and it was very pleasant. OK it's not posh but fairly basic but it had everything we wanted and being located next to Lake Tana was a bonus. The gardens are lovely and make sure you take a walk along...More
Great bedroom with everything working well, lovely clean sheets etc but the bathroom was in serious need of a makeover with water hot enough to make tea with in the mornings but somewhat more lukewarm in the evenings (not sure why?)
Having said that I'd...More
An oasis of peace and quite. We stay in the Tana hotel every time we visit Bahir Dar. Last time was four years ago. First time we visited was in 1993! The garden is wonderful. Birds and trees aplenty and a most wonderful sunset every...More
I cannot say for certain but other hotels of the same chain definitely do take VISA so it is highly likely that they do, I just didn't notice when I was staying. I don't know what sort of rate the credit card company would... More
I cannot say for certain but other hotels of the same chain definitely do take VISA so it is highly likely that they do, I just didn't notice when I was staying. I don't know what sort of rate the credit card company would give you. The local economy is mainly cash but they do not allow more than about 40 Birr to be taken out of the country so you need to estimate your expenditure accurately. My advice is take dollars/pounds/euros and change at airport and at hotels on the way round as apparently the banks are slow and bureaucratic and your time in country is more valuable than the little you could save.