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Budget hotels & hostels
Beach Garden Hotel
Located opposite Dili Beach, Beach Garden Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and free buffet breakfast. Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre and a self-service laundry...
Only 4 km from Dili’s International Airport, Excelsior Resort features an on-site restaurant, outdoor swimming pool and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. Free buffet breakfast is included...
Hotel The Ramelau
Featuring a swimming pool, tennis court and fitness centre, Hotel The Ramelau is located 10 minutes’ walk from Dili Beach. All accommodation offers a flat-screen TV and a refrigerator. Guests enjoy a restaurant, a café and a bar...
Situated just 100 metres from Dili Beach, this hotel offers a bar, restaurant and a swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers. Timor Leste Wharf is just 90 metres away and restaurants and shops are within 5 minutes’ walk...
Offering self-contained accommodation with free Wi-Fi, Bemori Apartments are 2 minutes’ drive from the Dili Convention Centre. Guests enjoy free on-site parking and a spacious courtyard...
Located opposite the beach, Metiaut Apartments each offer free Wi-Fi and a fully equipped kitchen. The property features free secure parking and a shared terrace. All apartments offer a dining setting, a desk and a TV with cable channels...
Centrally located in Dili town centre, Katua's Hotel features free Wi-Fi and free buffet breakfast. The property is just 5 km from Areia Branca Beach and offers an on-site travel agency, restaurant and café...
Dili Beach Hotel
The Dili Beach Hotel is located on the Beach Front on Embassy road. The hotel is very popular with local and tourist alike. Internet access is available through out the hotel. The restaurant also has fantastic pizza's...
Stick a bunch of portable rooms together, insert air conditioners and this is what you get. There’s nothing fancy about this place, especially the shared bathrooms, though the pool’s a welcome addition and there are good views from the upstairs gym.
About 3km from town, this mishmash of rooms – including an uma adat (traditional house) – is worth staying at for the unusual sculptures that pay tribute to Timor-Leste’s long-time supporters.
Hotel Dili offers chilled, air-conditioned rooms, good tropical-fruit breakfasts and a waterfront location. The cheapest rooms share bathrooms; all rooms have high-speed internet and satellite TV.
Rooms here are comfortable and clean. The ostentatiously lit bar actually has a pleasant atmosphere and the family who run the place can cook up a Portuguese storm (meals US$7 to US$20).
An unassuming compound set back from the shore road, it's in hailing distance of the New Zealand embassy. There's a serene pool area and 15 rooms, each with their pluses and minuses although all are very quiet...
The one place to stay in Dili that actually garners the high praise of 'nice', the Esplanada has a great location right on the water and an excellent restaurant that makes the most of the views...
Barry’S Eco Lodge
Just north of the ferry dock in Beloi, this lodge is run by an Australian (Barry) and his family. The sun-drenched thatched cabins are right on the beach; the one Barry calls his writer’s cabin has mesmerising views from an upper level. Book ahead.
East Timor Backpackers
While it doesn’t have the best beds in town, this is the meeting place for backpackers. There’s a bar and kitchen out the back. It also rents bikes (guests/nonguests US$3/5).
Enjoy clean rooms with bathrooms and fans (and air-con if you need it). There is a palm-tree-and-sea view from the common area. To find it take a left at the Pousada roundabout.
Tua Kóin Eco Village
This Timorese-owned and operated ecovillage holds true to its name. Pad over from your solar-powered thatched-roof cabin to the composting toilet and open-roof shower room...
Baucau Beach Bungalows
Choose from a simple thatched bungalow that sleeps six, or one of three rooms in a neighbouring Indonesian-style house (with shared kitchen and lounge). Meals can be arranged for US$6, with fish sourced from the local fishing boats.
Pousada De Baucau
Despite its eerie history as a torture centre during Indonesian times, this large, salmon-pink building is still one of Timor-Leste’s nicest hotels, with tais bedheads, timber floorboards and air con...