Most folks nest among Cakranegara's quiet streets off Jl Pejanggik/Jl Selaparang, east of Mataram Mall.
Ganesha Inn : Stylish exterior, nice location, but some of the rooms are yellow at the edges.
Oka Homestay : Balinese-owned, this garden compound patrolled by three friendly poodles, is a great deal. Rooms are fan-cooled and quite clean.
Hotel Melati Viktor ( The high ceilings, clean rooms and Balinese-style courtyard, complete with Hindu statues, make this one of the best value places in town.
Zaitun Selaparang :In the thick of Cakra's commercial district, this minimall atrium hotel isn't fabulous, but it has new, recently remodelled rooms.
Hotel Sahid Legi : Once Mataram's grand dame of busi-ness hotels, thanks to the blend of modern and Indonesian design influences, three restaurants, international TV and a circular pool. But the halls are dark and even the deluxe rooms can be musty.
Hotel Lombok Raya : This well-located hotel has spacious, comfortable rooms with balconies and all the mod cons including a terrific spa.
Senggigi has no shortage of excellent accommodation spread up and down the coastal road. Outside peak times discounts of up to 50% are common.
Sonya Homestay : A shady family-run enclave of six rooms with nice patios and bright pink beds. Nathan, the owner, offers driving tours of Mataram and the surrounding area.
Hotel Elen :Elen is the long-time backpackers choice. Rooms are basic, but thosefacing the waterfall fountain and koi pond come with spacious tiled patios that catch the ocean breeze.
Pondok Siti Hawa : This isn't a homestay, it's a novelty act, starring an eccentric European expat and his family, a captive monkey, and ramshackle bamboo cottages set on one of the most beautiful beaches in Senggigi.
Raja's Bungalows : Rooms are big, clean and tastefully decorated with high ceilings, gecko sculptures on the walls and outdoor bathrooms. But it's well within range of the mosque's loudspeaker and 300m from the sand.
Windy Cottages : These attractive thatched cottages with sea views have been popular for years. There's decent snorkelling offshore.
Batu Belong Cottages :Bamboo is the operative term at this charming bungalow-style hotel set on both sides of the road south of the centre. Beachfront rooms open onto a. manicured lawn that fades into white sand.
Bulan Baru : Set in a lovely garden and a short walk from a fine sandy beach, this welcoming hotel has spacious, well-furnished rooms, all with mini-bar, air-con and hot-water bathrooms. No children allowed.
Sunset Homestay : The six tastefully simple bungalows on a quiet stretch of shore come with all the mod cons and homey touches.
Dharmarie : These comfortable sea-view cottages with French doors and indoor/outdoor bathrooms are a great value. Breakfast is included.
Santosa Villas : The recently renovated and rebranded Santosa resort has accommodation ranging from midrange to luxury villas on a nice beach and smack in the centre of the Senggigi strip.
Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort : Just nortl of the centre, the Sheraton has been, unti relatively recently, Senggigi's top resort. And although the newer, hipper spots have stolei some of its thunder, rooms still come wit! terraces or balconies. There's a palm-fringet swimming pool and a kids' pool, two restau rants and a well-regarded spa and health club Families love it.
Senggigi Beach Hotel : Detached bungalows sur rounded by a lush garden and set back fron the beach. The complex includes a larg pool situated close to shore, a spa and ten nis courts.
Qunti Villas : Senggigi's most stylish hotel is also a grea deal. Rooms have indoor and outdoor livin areas and bathroom. The pool bar and last restaurant are outfitted with cool block-woo furnishings.
Alang Alang : If you't looking for more of a classic Indonesian themed hotel, you'll like it here. The 20 roorr come with teak furnishings and are set in lush, blooming garden. The small pool ovei looks a thin sliver of beach where fisherme cast into the waves
Accommodation is spread all over town, but frequent bemos make it easy to get around.
Hotel Ikhlas : This well-run place has plenty of basic but neat little rooms at good prices. Those at the rear, around a sunny courtyard, are the most desirable.
Hotel Safari : Right next door to Hotel Ikhlas, this is a step-up. Rooms are large, dean and open onto a courtyard garden. Air-con rooms should be booked in advance. Breakfast is included.
Hotel DwiPutrif : Big, white, modern and air-conditioned, this hotel feels almost classy at first, but should be cleaner. Some standard rooms have mountain views, but
VIP rooms, which have air-con and hot watei are the best of the bunch.
Hotel Mentari : Another whitewashed hotel with i brushed-up exterior. The rooms are clean with high ceilings, and are easily the best ir Ende. Some rooms have garden views anc catch a bit of breeze. Be choosy. The standard class are quite sufficient unless you need a fridge and a TV. There's wireless internet access throughout.
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