The Tana Hotel is on the shore of Lake Tana at Bahir Dar right at the source of Blue Nile River, and with a short driving distance of the grand Tis Isat (Blue Nile Falls).
The Tana Hotel, a modern 64-bedroom hotel is integrated beautifully with the surrounding tropical vegetation. The songs of a myriad of birds add to its enchantment.
The Tana Hotel, part of the government run chain of hotels, is on the shore of Lake Tana at Bahir Dar right at the source of the Blue Nile River, and within a short driving distance of the grand Tis Isat, also called Blue Nile Falls.
The Tana Hotel, a modern 64 bedroom hotel is integrated beautifully with the surrounding tropical vegetation. The songs of a myriad of birds add to its enchantment. The hotel amenities and facilities include an exotic landscaped garden, swimming pool, restaurant serving a variety of cuisine, coffee bar and poolside terrace, spacious veranda, a well equipped laundry facility, standby power generator, shops and a parking lot.
Bahir Dar is the gateway to the Blue Nile Falls and the Zeghe Peninsula. Lake Tana is dotted with 37 islands. Churches and monasteries have been built on many of these islands. Bahir Dar is a beautiful city with tree-lined avenues and set on the shores of the deep blue Lake Tana.
Measuring 68 km by 73 km, Tana is Ethiopia’s largest lake and famous for the churches and monasteries on 20 of the lake’s 37 islands. Today the city is developing fast into a place of considerable social, political and economic activities, with a population of about 130,000 people. It is also becoming a top commercial center of the Amhara National Regional State, with cotton and oil factories, polytechnic, pedagogical colleges and university. There are also a growing number of banks, insurance companies, modern shops, government offices, business organizations, tour and travel agents, hotels, pensions and restaurants.