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Accommodation rating: Good Standard
The Sabean International Hotel is the best of a limited selection of hotels in Axum. Located on the main road in the city, the hotel is a convenient base from which to explore the archaeological sites in the area. The rooms are decorated in a modern Ethiopian style, while the restaurant serves both international and Ethiopian cuisine.
Features : 44 rooms, Wi-Fi, restaurant. Room amenities : Satellite television, en suite shower, suites are larger, with a balcony and work desk.
Please call 020 7873 5000 for more information or to make a booking.
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