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TravelPod Member ReviewsYeha Hotel Aksum
I stayped here for one night. The reason I have choosen this hotel, because of its location, overlook the Stelae Park and St. Mary of Zion.
The view is over-rated. I could not see anything because trees blocked the view.
Staff are not friendly.
Rooms are old and run down with broken funitures, saggy mattress, broken bathroom fixtures.
To make it worse, rooms here are over priced.
I guess, they don't care to please anyone at all!!!
If there is a ZERO, I would give them that.
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