On the road heading towards the volcano is the travelodge hotel. I didnt stay here and when the wind is blowing towards rabaul this defintely wouldnt be a nice place to stay. Also a bit further from the town then other options.
The Rabaul Hotel is a nice place to stay if your into the local WW2 History, diving or for checking out the volcano.
Has an amazing setting and people in the village, quite different, but helpful. Sorry food wasn't good and the things that need alot of attending too are pretty major. A good redoing and Customer Service Training, should boost some business. Owner may need assistanc, as service just too SLOW.
The location and the view across the billowing volcanoe.
Was in teresting. Not too posh, not to high influx. Seem to promote as 5 five star, but nothing like that. Food is alright and basic drinks and that's about it. Need to do repairs with basic safety and accomodation utilities, pipings, linen and pests. Adise from all else I give this place a 4 out of 10.
The view and the villagers are quite friendly.
Only for people needing basics in life. Not very flashy, convenient. Wasn't a s expected. Though failure in power and ameneties etc, people were friendly. Need to visit the place for a drink and return to main town for fun. Lack the atmosphere, the vibes, the pacific aroma and hospitality
Not as outsytnading as would like to be. Prefer the other hotels in Kokopo and Rabaul.
Psyche - it's more like a motel - but either way it serves its purpose, especially if you're not too fussy and don't want to spend an inordinate amount of money at some fancy chain hotel.
My experience was that it had clean rooms and running hot water...everything a diver needs above sea level!
I believe it took a hit during the 1994 volcanic eruption of Tavurvur, but has since been renovated and is running full speed.
Facilities include air-conditioned rooms, television, swimming pool, cocktail bar, restaurant, conference facilities.
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