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Where to stay in Gilimanuk


Avoid having to overnight in Gilimanuk if you can, but if you must, a couple of decent basic choices that won’t give you that need-a-shower-after-staying-there feeling are conveniently close to the port.

3 Jalan Mujair, Jineng Agung, Gilimanuk
150,000 to 400,000 Rp
Hotel Dewi Warsiki
Flashpacker - 150,000 to 400,000 Rp
3 Jalan Mujair, Jineng Agung, Gilimanuk
T: (0365) 61 094

Hotel Dewi Warsiki is the best of a not-so-great choice of digs in Gilimanuk. Rooms are the cleanest of the bunch, and some of the top floor rooms offer views across to Java. The large double-storey, motel-style block faces the plant-edged carpark with plenty of car space if you’re driving. Spacious basic tiled rooms are a little pricer than you would expect, but are the best value in... Read our full review of Hotel Dewi Warsiki .

12 Jalan Raya, Gilimanuk
Under 150,000 Rp
Hotel Surya
Backpacker - Under 150,000 Rp
12 Jalan Raya, Gilimanuk
T: (0813) 5311 2085

If your budget doesn’t quiet stretch to staying at Hotel Dewi Warsiki, and you only need to most basic of facilities, Hotel Surya will provide a modest room for a modest price. Set slightly back from the main road in an L-shaped longhouse block, austere tiled rooms provide twin beds with a patterned bottom sheet only (bring a sleep sheet or sarong), a small bedside table and a pedestal fan.... Read our full review of Hotel Surya.

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