WELCOME TO Zan-Seyoum Hotel!

Our modern family hotel is located just fifteen minutes walk from the glory of Lalibela, its wondrous and amazing rock-hewn churches which date back to the 12th century and are, for many people, the Eighth Wonder of the World! in North Ethiopia. It is also just a short tuk-tuk ride from the centre of this very special town. Originally the area was known as Roha and was the seat of the Zagwe Dynasty that ruled Ethiopia for 333 years until 1270 A.D. IIt has been a centre of world-famous pilgrimage since that time. Staying with us in our beautiful hotel will give you the perfect base for experiencing the town and its wonders.

Restaurant
Large Bedroom
Nice Outdoor
Terrace/Patio
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Double / Twin Rooms

Our double rooms have either a full double bed or single twin beds.

  • King size bed
  • Bathtub
  • Plasma TV
  • Welcome bottle
  • Safe box
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Triple Rooms

Our triple rooms each have one standard double bed and a single bed. If three single beds are required, that can easily be arranged.

  • King size bed
  • Bathtub
  • Plasma TV
  • Welcome bottle
  • Safe box
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Family Suites

Main bedrooms boast a king-size bed, and adjoining rooms have a pair of twin beds.

  • King size bed
  • Bathtub
  • Plasma TV
  • Welcome bottle
  • Safe box
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Single Rooms

Our single rooms each have a standard single-size bed

  • King size bed
  • Bathtub
  • Plasma TV
  • Welcome bottle
  • Safe box
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Timkat

Timkat is three days celebration, which is held by all the people. It reminds the people of John the Baptist's blessing of Christ in the River Jordan.

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Ashendye

Ashendye marks the end of a two-week-long fast known as Fisleta when adherents of Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church gather to honour the Virgin Mary.

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Gena – Ethiopian Christmas

Ethiopia Christmas - Gena - is one of the greatest and most colourful festivals in the Ethiopian calendar. At Lalibela, it is celebrated with great devotion, chanting, dancing, and singing around the rock-hewn churches that were built more than 800 years ago.

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