Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Gili Meno has a fraction of the accommodation of either of its neighbours which helps to give it a relaxed vibe.
T: (081) 3535 66774;
We were very impressed with this lovely Gili Meno resort. If you're a travelling family and this fits your budget, look no further. The standout rooms here are two-storey, with a master bedroom ... Read the full review of The Sunset Gecko.
Smart off the beach placeIn the village
T: (0819) 1739 4736;
This is the fanciest of the off-beach places that line the cross island road near to the port. Jepun's bungalows are sharply finished with a good interior — certainly of a higher standard than some ... Read the full review of Jepun Bungalows.
Interior hideawaySouth of pier
T: (0812) 372 2174;
Tao Kombo is located a five-minute walk back off the beach in a rambling, well-shaded compound. The bungalows are scattered quite far apart helping to give a bit more privacy than other spots and we ... Read the full review of Tao Kombo.
Looks promisingNorth coast
The Swedish mind behind Adang Adang obviously has some pretty grand plans but they hadn't quite come to fruition when we visited. Affable barman Adi at the Adang Adang beach bar was the only person ... Read the full review of Adang Adang.
Good budget optionNorth of pier
It's a long trek north from the pier and boat landing area to Amber House, which is last call before Gili Meno starts to curve westward. Amber has straight up wood and rattan thatch bungalows with a ... Read the full review of Amber House.
Old-style beach bungalowsSouth coast
T: (0370) 622 007;
Mallias Child is your classic thatch and rattan beach-view bungalow setup. A half dozen or so good-sized bungalows are lined along the beach pathway here and, for the money, this isn't too bad a deal ... Read the full review of Mallias Child.
Popular with tour groupsSouth coast
T: (0370) 632 824;
The name is a bit of a giveaway here, with Gili Kontiki keeping everyone busy taking a steady stream of tour groups. We saw three different groups checking in on subsequent days, so you're almost ... Read the full review of Gili Kontiki.
Great beach locationSouth coast
T: (0813) 3975 8968;
Set on the southwest corner of Gili Meno, this comfortable, family-orientated resort is one of the best placed on the island. There is quite good snorkelling offshore, the beach is lovely and the ... Read the full review of Biru Meno.
Cheap village optionIn the village
Omah has a handful of cute and shiny bungalows at the rear of his property and this was the best of the handful of places at this priceline around here. Rooms are clean and functional — fan-cooled ... Read the full review of Omah Bamboo Bungalows.
Rawa Indah has a small collection of A-frame cottages just off the cross island road. They're clean and well looked after inside, but the gardens were threadbare and there's little in the way of ... Read the full review of Rawa Indah Cottages.
Cheap but a little isolatedWest coast and lakeside
Diana Bungalows and Cafe has two sets of lodging, one overlooking the lake and the other beachside. Of the two the lakeside ones are the better deal, with thatch and rattan bungalows with bathrooms ... Read the full review of Diane Bungalows and Cafe.
Feels like a GiliT importNorthwest coast
Popular Good Heart faces straight across the water to Gili Trawangan and in both vibe and price, it feels like a bit of an extension of Trawangan. Accommodation comes in the form of two rows of ... Read the full review of Good Heart.
Basic and affordableNorth of pier
This is the first joint immediately north of the pier and we imagine they do a fair trade because they are the first place you come too. Bungalows and thatch and rattan jobs, in a varying state of ... Read the full review of Royal Reef Resort.
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