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Ela Beach Hotel
This flash hotel has attractively set rooms in a prime beachfront location. Its redeeming features include the excellent Beachside Brasserie restaurant and Ozzie’s Bar, one of Moresby’s best live-music venues.
Located one minute’s drive from the airport, this member of the Coral Sea chain is a Moresby institution, with comfortable if slightly worn rooms, and there are plenty of facilities...
Grand Papua Hotel
The high-rising Grand Papua brings yet more luxury to the Town scene, with handsomely appointed rooms, a top-notch restaurant (with Moresby’s best breakfast buffet) and loads of amenities (including spa services).
The nicely designed rooms at Lamana are large and comfortable, and the service is friendly and efficient. There’s a good restaurant and a decent nightspot.
This stylish and award-winning luxury hotel is set in its own botanical gardens with stunning views over Bootless Bay to the mountains. Port Moresby’s Jacksons International Airport is just a 2-minute drive away...
Just a 5-minute drive from the heart of Port Moresby, Laguna Hotel boasts a large lagoon-style outdoor swimming pool with a pool bar. Guests enjoy free buffet breakfast, free WiFi and free airport transfers...
Only 5 minutes’ drive from Port Moresby city centre, Raintree Lodge offers comfortable accommodation with free breakfast. The property features a restaurant and free airport transfers...
Holiday Inn & Suites Port Moresby
Offering a swimming pool, a fitness club, a day spa and restaurant, Holiday Inn & Suites Port Moresby is set on 12 acres of landscaped gardens. All accommodation features a balcony and a flat-screen TV with cable channels...
Crowne Plaza Port Moresby
Offering an outdoor pool, a day spa, 2 restaurants and a cocktail bar, Crowne Plaza Port Moresby is 5 minutes' walk from Ela Beach. All accommodation features a flat-screen TV and views over the Coral Sea or harbour...
Holiday Inn Port Moresby
Property Location When you stay at Holiday Inn Port Moresby in Port Moresby, you'll be in the business district and convenient to Hubert Murray Stadium and Parliament House...
Airways Hotel & Apartments
Airways is the pick of the top-end hotels, pitching itself as the perfect place for the visitor who wants nothing to do with Port Moresby. It has spectacular views over the airport and the poolside lounge-and-bar area is lovely...
In a quiet location two minutes’ walk from central Boroko, the Comfort Inn has friendly service and comfortable if rather unloved rooms.
In the heart of Town, this concrete behemoth has commanding views from its nine floors of neatly fitted-out rooms...
Rooms here are clean but compact, and have noisy air-con and uninspiring decor. The palm-fringed pool is a nice retreat on sweltering days. The attached restaurant receives mixed reviews. Hideaway is in an unsafe neighbourhood.
Another top-notch option, the Holiday Inn has excellent facilities – a good restaurant, a nightclub, an inviting palm-fringed pool – plus modern rooms.
Jessie Wyatt House
Run by the Country Women’s Association, this churchy place is popular with Papua New Guineans. It is clean, quiet and homely with a communal kitchen, free tea and coffee, and a fridge in each room. The rooms are few and in high demand.
Kangaroo Motel has very basic ‘backpacker’ rooms, which are narrow, prison-like quarters with fencing above the walls and no windows. The standard and deluxe rooms are cleaner and more inviting, with windows, tile floors and in-room fridges...
This clean place has rooms with private bathroom and satellite TV. The attached Magila Gorilla Club can be rowdy (and rough!) until late, so ask for a room at the far end. It's in a bad neighbourhood, but it's fair value.
Mapang Missionary Home
Mapang, in central Boroko, is clean as a whistle and run by an affable Kiwi missionary couple - it's the best budget option in Moresby...
Ponderosa Family Hotel
In a quiet area, this friendly place has simple, tidy rooms (though the cheapest rooms have very old bathrooms and lack air-conditioning).
The rooms here are clean and adequately equipped (large flat-screen TV, phone, fridge), and there are decent dining options (a pizza stand and a restaurant) with indoor and outdoor seating.
Weigh Inn Hotel
This ageing place has a mixed bag of rooms, from poorly lit standards with cinderblock walls to boxy but airier ‘premier’ rooms. All have TV, fridge and phone...