Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Accommodation is spread across Pulau Weh, but the largest cluster is in the village of Iboih near the best dive sites. Here most guesthouses are basic beach shacks, although more solid structures are being built each year.
Great optionIboih (first on jungle track)
Erick's has evolved from a big green house with a communal feel to the bungalow style-accommodation so popular everywhere else. These bungalows are slightly above average, however, because they come ... Read the full review of Erick's Green House.
One of the better options for shacks in IboihIboih (half way along jungle track)
Olala is extremely popular primarily because of the fantastic restaurant located on the jungle track which acts as the main thoroughfare for backpackers looking for a room. Bungalows here are much ... Read the full review of Olala Bungalows.
A slight improvement on the Iboih standardIboih (end of the jungle track)
If you're looking for a cheapish room, but something a little better than the Iboih norm, Yulia's is a top choice. Located right at the end of the jungle track, Yulia's has bungalows with share ... Read the full review of Yulia's Bungalows.
Great bathroomsIboih (jungle track, up from O'ong)
Wawa is located just up the hill from O'ong, towards the far end of the jungle track. This small cluster of rooms doesn't come with a sea view, but each room does have its own private bathroom which ... Read the full review of Wawa Bungalows.
Overpriced bungalowsIboih (jungle track towards the end)
T: (0811) 841 570;
Iboih Inn pitches itself as being the premiere lodging in Iboih and it's not far off the mark. The reception and restaurant area is perched right over the ocean and commands spectacular views across ... Read the full review of Iboih Inn.150,000 to 400,000 Rp 1 vote Flashpacker
Slightly unkempt bungalowsIboih (jungle track)
Fatima's is located about half way down the jungle track to the north of Iboih and is one of the less popular options along the strip. This is mainly due to the bungalows giving a feeling more akin ... Read the full review of Fatima's Bungalows.
Set a few kilometres from Iboih on the northwest "arm" of Pulau Weh, Gapang may appeal to those looking for more isolation.
Fantastic all-in-one resortGapang
T: (0811) 682 2787;
If you're into all-in-one resorts managed by Westerners, particularly those with a diving focus, then Lumba-Lumba is about as good as they get on Pulau Weh. Located in Gapang, a few kilometres from ... Read the full review of Lumba-Lumba Diving Centre.400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp 1 vote Midrange
Great bungalows and restaurantSumur Tiga (eastern end of the island)
T: (0813) 602 55001;
Located on the less popular east coast away from the majority of dive sites, Freddie's is a bit of a surprise. Owned by South African Freddie, it's a breath of fresh air on an island full of rustic ... Read the full review of Freddie's Santai Sumur Tiga.150,000 to 400,000 Rp 1 vote Flashpacker
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