Papua New Guinea

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Around 16 km (10 miles) east of downtown, this offshore-island hotel technically bills itself as a dive resort, but there is no compulsion to don a wetsuit. — Fodor's
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An airport hotel it may be, but many consider this to be the best lodging option in Port Moresby, and with its location just a 10-minute drive from downtown, it also makes a convenient base. — Fodor's
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In central Boroko, this snug guesthouse is clean as a whistle, secure, and run by an affable, knowledgeable American missionary couple. — Lonely Planet
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Hiding behind a bamboo stockade like some coquettish ingenue, this tranquil, intimate boutique hotel consists of just 12 spacious yet somewhat sombre suites that sit in an orchid-rich garden. — Lonely Planet
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Rabaul Hotel is Australian-run and has a wide array of prices; the budget rooms are comfortable and air-conditioned with a private bathroom, while the larger units sport flat-screen TVs. — Lonely Planet
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This laid-back resort on the waterfront radiates a ramshackle air, and combines friendly informality and a picturesque setting. — Lonely Planet
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This spotlessly clean, plantation-style hotel is easily the best accommodation in town and the only place with a pool. — Lonely Planet
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With something for everyone and with great snorkelling nearby, this is one of the best places to stay in PNG. — Lonely Planet
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This lovely resort resides on its own pretty peninsula, with private swimming beaches and sweeping lawns. — Lonely Planet
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Up on the hill but lacking hill views, Masurina is the best bargain in Alotau if you opt for their budget rooms (all with bathroom and aircon). — Lonely Planet
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This flash hotel has attractively set rooms in a prime beachfront location. — Lonely Planet
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Destiny is a welcoming and friendly guesthouse featuring 20 bright, spotless and comfortable rooms. — Lonely Planet
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This beautifully designed resort is set amid fig and coconut trees, with immaculate lawns, a large pool and a postcard beach. — Lonely Planet
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While not cheap by most international standards, this is the best, safe budget hotel in Port Moresby. — Fodor's
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The high-rising Grand Papua brings yet more luxury to the Town scene. — Lonely Planet
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As the name implies, this hotel enjoys ocean views – but not from every room. — Lonely Planet
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There are few hotel bargains in Port Moresby, but this at least makes one of the best mid-range choices — Fodor's
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In the heart of Town, this concrete behemoth has commanding views from its nine floors of neatly fitted-out rooms. — Lonely Planet
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A high-end, pricey option, the Holiday Inn has excellent facilities – a good restaurant, a nightclub...an inviting palm-fringed pool – plus modern rooms. — Lonely Planet
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In a quiet location two minutes’ walk from central Boroko, the Comfort Inn has friendly service and comfortable rooms with TVs; get a garden-view room if you're a light sleeper — Lonely Planet
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