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Cemoro Lawang

Most accommodation is conveniently located in the village of Cemoro Lawang, right on the edge of the Tengger Caldera. We also list one hotel about five kilometres away in the village of Ngadisari because it's one of the best options in the area -- but unless you're extremely keen, from here it is not possible to hike to Bromo without transport to Cemoro Lawang first.

  • Yoschi's Hotel

    Yoschi's Hotel

    Aesthetically pleasing and immaculate

    Jalan Wonokerto KM2, Ngadisari
    T: (0335) 541 018; F: (0335) 541 046

    Yoschi's Hotel is a German-owned guesthouse located just outside the small village of Ngadisari, 4.5km from the village of Cemoro Lawang and the Tengger Caldera. A variety of rooms are available ... Read the full review of Yoschi's Hotel.

    4.5 stars 150,000 to 400,000 Rp 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Cafe Lava Hostel

    Cafe Lava Hostel

    Slightly upmarket option

    Cemoro Lawang
    T: (0335) 541 020;

    This place is one of the better upmarket options on the caldera rim in Cemoro Lawang, but you pay a hefty premium for wanting something slightly above the basic losmen up the road. The economy rooms ... Read the full review of Cafe Lava Hostel.

    3.5 stars 150,000 to 400,000 Rp 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Losmen Setia Kawan

    Losmen Setia Kawan

    Dimly lit and grimy

    Cemoro Lawang
    T: (0335) 541 006;

    A larger, more modern-looking building than Budi Homestay across the road, Losmen Setia Kawan's looks are deceiving. Guests are greeted by rather grim-looking rooms with shared bathrooms. The ... Read the full review of Losmen Setia Kawan.

    3 stars Under 150,000 Rp 1 vote Backpacker
  • Budi Homestay

    Budi Homestay

    Questionable cleanliness

    Cemoro Lawang
    T: (081) 3490 6286;

    The affable Pak Yogi runs this extremely basic losmen located in central Cemoro Lawang. It'll feel like you're camping when you come here, with a shared squat toilet and hot water shower of ... Read the full review of Budi Homestay.

    3 stars Under 150,000 Rp 1 vote Backpacker
  • Bromo Permai

    Bromo Permai

    Poor value

    Jalan Raya Cemoro Lawang
    T: (0335) 541 049;

    This dated hotel, situated right across the road from the Tengger Caldera and stunning views is in many ways disappointing -- it feels tired, drained, shattered. All rooms have modern TVs and hot ... Read the full review of Bromo Permai.

    2.5 stars 400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp 1 vote Midrange


There is a real possibility that if you arrive in Probolinggo after 15:00 that the last of the public buses to Cemoro Lawang will have left for the day. If this happens, these hotels are good options near the bus terminal.

  • Lava Lava Hotel

    Lava Lava Hotel

    Modern air-con rooms

    Jalan Raya Bromo KM5, Probolinggo
    T: (0335) 437 888; F: (0335) 423 200

    Lava Lava is a fairly modern joint 300 metres up the road from the main Probolinggo bus terminal with clean, modern air-con rooms, foam or spring mattresses depending on the class of the room, TVs, ... Read the full review of Lava Lava Hotel.

    4 stars 150,000 to 400,000 Rp 1 vote Flashpacker
  • Hotel Moronyoto

    Hotel Moronyoto

    Reasonable cheapie

    Jalan Raya Bromo 100A, Probolinggo
    T: (0335) 432 582;

    Hotel Moronyoto is a reasonable cheapie located 200 metres north of the Probolinggo bus terminal. A basic room here gets you a bed with a foam mattress that has seen better days, cold water shower ... Read the full review of Hotel Moronyoto.

    3 stars Under 150,000 Rp 1 vote Backpacker


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