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Accommodation in Padangbai – like the town itself – is pretty laid-back. Prices are fairly cheap and it's pleasant enough here that there's no need to hurry through to or from Lombok. It's easy to wander the town comparing rooms before choosing one.
This spiffy newcomer has the cheapest crash in town (in four-bed dorms). Regular rooms are comfortable and it has a nice large lounging area with hammocks. It's about 200m up a gentle hill from the ferry port.
Perched above Blue Lagoon Beach, the 25 cottages and villas here are all designed in traditional thatched style and the compound is dedicated to sustainable practices...
This house on the hill beside town has two rooms with sweeping views. On a clear day you can see Lombok. Other rooms are good deals and share bathrooms. Of course, a good view means a good climb...
A charming resort located in Padangbai, Beji Bay Resort is located a 500 metre from Blue Lagoon beach and Padangbai Harbour...
Located just a 5-minute walk from Padang Bay Harbour, Celagi Inn offers simple and homey accommodation with a distant sea view and free WiFi access in public areas, It takes a 15-minute drive from the property to Ca...
Located in a traditional fishing village, Padang Bai Beach Resort offers direct beach access. It has its own diver training pool, a restaurant and bar and rooms with satellite TV...
Sitting at the east end of the strip in a serene location, Topi has six pleasant rooms, some of which share bathrooms. The cafe is excellent for breakfast...
A classic Balinese family homestay. The more expensive of the 12 rooms have hot showers and air-con; go for the room on the top floor.
The Puri Rai has 34 rooms in a two-storey stone building pleasantly facing the good-sized pool. Other rooms enjoy harbour views or overlook a yucky parking area. Ask to see a couple. The cafe has a good view.
There are 11 rooms (the cheapest have cold water) at this inn linked by a steep and narrow staircase. The best awaits at the top and has a private terrace with views.
Seven basic, clean and good-value rooms are behind the Gilicat office.
The 20 tidy rooms in cute bungalows are the pick (the cheapest have cold water), but try to avoid the rice-barn-style two-storey cottages, which can get hot and stuffy.
The bungalows are attractive, with open-air bathrooms, and set in a classic Balinese garden setting that boasts a large pool across from the beach...
We prefer the bungalows right up front at this scrupulously tidy place, which has 12 rooms set amid immaculate gardens. It often seems to have rooms when others on the strip are full.
The pick of the nine rooms in this hidden and snoozy spot is the 'honeymoon room', which has a harbour view and good breezes. The most expensive rooms have air-con and have a common terrace and views.
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