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Papua New Guinea Business Travel Guide - - News -

MORE THAN 1,000 dif­fer­ent cul­tural groups ex­ist in Pa­pua New Guinea, inevitably mak­ing for a di­verse and cul­tur­ally en­cap­su­lat­ing make-up, how­ever, the cities in which most business is car­ried out are ev­ery bit as ac­com­plished and ‘ur­ban’ as coun­ter­parts in the rest of the world. Port Moresby in par­tic­u­lar is now a hub of in­ter­na­tional re­pute with some of the most stun­ning ho­tels, apart­ments and lodges in the APAC re­gion await­ing an ever-grow­ing, high-end, in­ter­na­tional clien­tele.

Among the best is The Stan­ley Ho­tel & Suites which is a clear rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the city’s ur­ban evo­lu­tion in re­cent years. The stun­ning, lux­u­ri­ous com­plex not only gives vis­i­tors a per­fect rest­ing, din­ing and com­fort­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, but fa­cil­i­tates di­rect links to the city’s com­mer­cial cen­tre and its in­te­grated shop­ping com­plex.

Bridg­ing business and plea­sure is the holy grail for all es­tab­lished four and five-star ho­tels of course, and is also achieved by the likes of Air­ways Ho­tel, Coral Sea Ho­tel, Citi Ser­viced Apart­ments & Mo­tel, and The Shady Rest Ho­tel in Port Moresby.

Such lux­ury and hos­pi­tal­ity acu­men is not just re­stricted to the cap­i­tal though, with Ku­mul Lodge and McRoyal Ho­tel of­fer­ing a glimpse into what the rest of the coun­try can of­fer; these two both among the lead­ing op­tions in Mount Ha­gen.

For those look­ing to live among the nat­u­ral, rather than the nur­tured, Nusi Is­land Re­treat and Well­ness Lodge will help you for­get the business world and board­rooms for the du­ra­tion of your stay; as will the co­pi­ous amounts of ex­cur­sion and tour groups on hand to lit­er­ally help you es­cape num­ber crunch­ing in favour of a walk on the wild side.

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