Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Moni has a fairly small selection of places to stay. In low season this means rates are highly negotiable but in high season everything is full. In peak season late arriving guests may end up sleeping in their car or on a restaurant floor.
The fanciest digs in MoniDesa Koanara
T: (081) 339 776 232;
Kelimutu Ecolodge is easily the flashest accommodation in Moni, situated on the road out of the village on the way to Maumere. Accommodation is of a high standard, reminiscent of Bali, with thatched ... Read the full review of Kelimutu Ecolodge.400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp 1 vote Midrange
Should be your first port of callMoni village
T: (0852) 3790 6259;
The flashpacker favourite in town, Bintang Lodge has very solid and clean rooms in a couple of configurations. Rooms are a good size, the hot water works and the comfortable beds come adorned with ... Read the full review of Bintang Lodge by Tobias.
With just two rooms, this gets our vote for the cutest place in town, with two yellow-roofed adjoining rooms overlooking an equally small restaurant. Cute and clean, with a shared veranda with two ... Read the full review of Watugana Bungalows.
Solid bungalowsMoni village
Set on the right, just after Moni Smille Warung, Arwaty offers freestanding thatch and wooden bungalows clustered around a small restaurant and carpark. The huts have cold water showers only and the ... Read the full review of Arwaty Homestay.
Simple and cleanMoni village
This is the first place you'll hit in the village proper, on the right side when coming from Ende. The four rooms are in a pale blue concrete longhouse set-up and are a good size within. They all ... Read the full review of Pondok Wisata Hidayah Homestay.
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