Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Most accommodation is located in the centre of town around the Jalan Ahmad Yani and Jalan Panglima Polem areas and budget digs are easy to find.
Great valueJalan Ahmad Yani No. 17
T: (0651) 21 501; F: (0651) 23 514
The big white monstrosity called Hotel Medan ended up with a large fishing boat out the front of it after the 2004 tsunami but these days shows no ill effects. Surprisingly, the rooms here are quite ... Read the full review of Hotel Medan.
Decent multi-storey hotelJalan Jenderal Ahmad Yani 19-20
T: (0651) 21 834; F: (0651) 31 301
This big multi-storey hotel next to Hotel Prapat is certainly a step up in quality from its neighbour, but prices are only slightly higher. The cheapest rooms are a bit dark and come with TV, fan and ... Read the full review of Hotel Wisata.
Slightly dark standard roomsJalan Twk Daud Syah 18-20
T: (0651) 21 126; F: (0651) 21 134
Siwah is a budget hotel with a midrange price located on Jalan Twk Daud Syah in the centre of town. All rooms here come with air-con, hot water private bathrooms with Western toilet, TV, fridge and ... Read the full review of Siwah Hotel.
Old but clean enoughJalan Jenderal Ahmad Yani No.19
T: (0651) 22 159;
Dwarfed by the Hotel Medan next door, Hotel Prapat is a simple three-storey complex which pretends to be nothing other than what it is: a small budget hotel. In the heart of town and next to the ... Read the full review of Hotel Prapat.Under 150,000 Rp 1 vote Backpacker
Expensive rundown roomsJalan Panglima Polem (above A&W)
T: (0651) 638 866;
Hotel 61 is located on Jalan Panglima Polem right above the A&W fast food joint. The staff at reception are professional and the hallways of the hotel look terrific, but unfortunately the rooms are ... Read the full review of Hotel 61.400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp 1 vote Midrange
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