Ho­tel re­view

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

East Sepik.

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.

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