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Guesthouses and B&Bs
In Wewak Boutique Hotel
If you’re looking to splurge, this would be the place to do it. This gleaming white, spotlessly clean, plantation-style hotel is easily the best accommodation in town and the only place with a pool...
The cheaper rooms with shared facilities were a bit musty on the nose but those with small private bathrooms passed the sniff test and came with TVs...
Maprik Wakin Hotel
The only difference between the VIP and standard rooms is that the VIP ones come with their own bathroom. Otherwise expect the same c1970's lino and mismatched curtains. The Wakin is near the town market.
Niamikum Guest House
If arriving by PMV you'll need to arrange with the driver to run you the extra 2km out of town to this camp. The cabins here are scattered through spacious grounds. There is a communal kitchen but no bathrooms, just a river; go easy on the soap.
Paradise New Wewak Hotel
There hasn’t been anything ‘new’ about the New Wewak Hotel for some time...
Ralf Stüttgen's Place
Ralf, a naturalised citizen, has been knocking around PNG for some time; first as a missionary and more recently as an artefacts dealer...
The Seaview has had incarnations as a hotel and police barracks, but it’s a hotel again now, though the police barrack vibe still lingers...
Sepik Surfsite Lodge
The prime, beachside location and the haus win (open-air structure like a gazebo) restaurant (mains K40) are the chief draws here...
Located in Kreer Heights, the SIL Guesthouse is clean, secure and comfortable but is often full. Besides the standard rooms, there are several furnished two-bedroom flats with kitchens, bathrooms and TV...
The newest hotel in town, Talio Lodge consists of a series of overpriced prefabricated rooms that look like shipping containers with decks and a ranch slider door. They’re smart, modern and impersonal inside...
The rooms are airless boxes but they are clean airless boxes with fans, which is more than can be said about some rooms in town. There was once a rowdy bar here but that’s been closed and the new management keeps this place free from troublemakers.
Mrs Barry (you won't be on a first-name basis) runs her guesthouse with a titanium fist. When she says 'jump', you ask 'how high?' It's the cheapest place in town and none too clean.
Mrs Barry (you won’t be on a first-name basis) runs her guesthouse with a titanium fist. It’s one of the cheapest places in town and was last cleaned about the same time the country got independence...
Once one of Wewak’s finest hotels, the Windjammer had a large collection of Sepik art adorning its walls before it was sold some years ago. These days the rooms are badly in need of modernisation to justify their prices...