Mountain View Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMountain View Hotel Lalibela
In a great location on the side of the mountain, the hotel has great views across the mountains and valleys. The rooms are light and spacious, each with its own balcony. There's internet connection in the lobby and on the terrace but not in the rooms. There's no lift and I'm 4 floors down.
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