Axum Hotels

  • Consolar International Hotel
    Consolar International Hotel is a modern hotel in Axum. The hotels staff is dedicated to providing exceptional accommodations with a hospitable service at affordable price. It is their mission to be the best and preferred hotel by consistently striving for daily improvements in all areas of the business. A warm welcome awaits you at Consolar International Hotel, wher ...e you can work and relax in one of the 40 spacious and comfortable guestrooms. Supremely comfortable, a room at Consolar International Hotel begins with a liberating sense of space. Your guestrooms are often among the destinations largest. The guests enjoy a host of privileges including complimentary breakfast, free High speed internet connection in every room, multichannel satellite television, free currency exchange, and free airport transfer.Show More
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  • Remhai Hotel Exterior
    The Remhai is located in the town centre. Keep in mind that Ethiopia is working hard to be up to par with North American Standards. Please note that facilities are limited.
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  • Sabean International Hotel
    The Sabean International Hotel is located perfectly for a visit to Ethiopia's oldest and holiest city. A great base with a modern feel, it is ideal from which to spend a couple of days exploring the archaeology and history of the Axum area. Axum is the oldest and holiest town in Ethiopia and once home to the ancient Axemite people, thought to be akin to the Romans, G ...reeks and Egyptians. This fascinating town boasts ruins, Axumite villas, churches, the Ark of the Covenant and a meeting point between trade from east Africa and the Mediterranean Sea. At the hotel, all the rooms have satellite televisions and wireless internet access, and some have a balcony and work desk. The hotel's restaurant serves Ethiopian and International cuisine.Show More
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  • Yeha Hotel Exterior

    Yeha Hotel

    Axum, Ethiopia's most ancient city, and capital of one of the most glorious empires of the past, is one of the most illustrious links in the Historic Route. The Axumite Empire flourished 3,000 years ago. Its riches can still be pictured on the magnificent stelae or obelisks, the graves of King Kaleb and King Gebre Meskal, and the legendary bath of the Queen of Sheba. ...The 16th Century Cathedral of St Mary of Zion was built based on an earlier 4th Century church, and is the holiest church in Ethiopia. In its sanctuary is said to rest the original ark of the covenant. The churches and monasteries of Axum houses are richly endowed with icons, and some of the historical crowns of ancient emperors.Show More
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