A Great Hotel In The Southern Region

Hawassa Lake View Hotel, Hawassa

Hawassa Lake View Hotel, Hawassa Offers:

Lodging Type: Hotel

Dining: Ethiopian

Facilities: Business / Conference Facilities, Internet - Wifi, Laundry, Mini-bar, Showers - 24hr hot water, TV


  • Bird watching
  • Boat trips
  • City tours
  • Markets
  • Lake

Price range:

  • 50-149 USD

About Hawassa Lake View Hotel, Hawassa

Hawassa, capital of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Region, is a bustling hub on Lake Hawassa. Situated near the lake, Hawassa Lake View Hotel has lovely views of the water and the lakeshore.

The 22 en-suite rooms are made up of standard, double and delux. All rooms have TV, Wifi, minibar, intercom telephone and desk. The delux rooms also have sofa and coffee table. The hotel has a generator in case of power cuts, a secure car park and a reception that’s open 24 hours a day. Transport and tours can be arranged. The conference centre has rooms that can be taken for meetings and other events.

Activities include boat trips to hippo-watching sites, horse riding, bird watching, trekking Mt Tabor, visits to Tikur Wuha Park, Amora Gedel Park and Millennium Park. City tours of Hawassa, the gateway to the tribes of southern Ethiopia, include St Gabriel Church and the Sidama Monumet in front of the church. The fish market, which kicks off at dawn, gives an interesting insight into local life; a small café on the shores serves speciality raw fish with lime, spices and flat breads.

Highlights Near Hawassa Lake View Hotel, Hawassa

There are several national parks in the south of Ethiopia, all of which were gazetted for a specific reason – whether it was to protect a certain species, or to conserve a habitat, or something else. Bale Mountain National Park is the best known and arguably the most interesting ...

While the towns of the region are few and far between, each has its own distinctive character and feeling. Shashemene is the home of the Rastafarian movement in Ethiopia, and has a Rasta museum and several Rasta bars. This originated when, in 1948, Emperor Haile Selassie gave some of his land ...