Wewak Boutique Hotel
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Business travellers and 73 keys Rooms start from PGK330 +GST 10am 10am
• Idyllic views of the Bismarck Sea. • Friendly staff with quality food. • A perfect gateway to exploring the
The hotel is within walking distance of the main area of town, as well as the local beach. Wewak’s services, such as shops, supermarkets and petrol stations, are spread out. Some are on the main street, while others are situated along the coast. With many attractions – including Cape Wom and Mission Hill – out of town, hiring a car with driver through the hotel is a good option.
Wi-Fi in rooms/public areas: TV: Air conditioning in room: Ceiling fan in room: Room service: Swimming pool: Airport transfers: Gym: Business centre: Hotel arranges tours: Breakfast included in room charge: Once the site of Japan’s biggest airbase on mainland New Guinea, Wewak has a fascinating war history and provides the perfect gateway to explore PNG’s East Sepik Province. It is an 80-minute flight from Port Moresby with Air Niugini. The hotel is a little gem that will make your time in the sunny northern town all the more relaxing. Perched on Wewak Hill – nestled amongst residential housing – private wooden decks with modern furniture overlook the Bismarck Sea and glorious sunsets. Rooms are meticulously clean and contain everything necessary for a comfortable stay, including television, direct-dial telephones, fridges and air conditioning. They’re serviced daily, with a laundry service also available.
In my opinion, the hotel’s restaurant, Vanilla Room, serves up the best food in Wewak. A large selection of culinary options are on offer, with chefs making use of seasonal and local produce. The lobster mornay is one of my favourites. Delicious. The hotel also has a cafe, which opens for breakfast and lunch. I would suggest you make the most of the idyllic views and eat outside on the balcony.