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While there are hotels scattered further afield such as Johny Hotel, a cluster of hotels on the main road into town see most travellers overnight. One is decent, the other two are dumps.
Down the road from Edelweiss and Korina this homely establishment is the most traveller friendly hotel in Bajawa and while slightly more expensive, is significantly more comfortable and welcoming. Rooms are clean and well kept, there is a small deck out front and a comfortable common area within. The hotel is by the main road into town and we'd guess the rooms would get a bit of traffic noise,... Read our full review of Happy Happy Hotel.
It would be fair to say Edelweiss appears to have grown organically, with a variety of rooms on offer across multiple floors (and we guess) multiple stages of construction. The rooms, and particularly the bathrooms, are extremely variable in condition and if the first, second or third is no good, be sure to ask to see a fourth. Most are of a decent size and the more expensive rooms come with hot... Read our full review of Hotel Edelweiss.
This may be your best bet in high season when you arrive later in the afternoon and everything else is full. Compared to Edelweiss this is poorer value at each price point, but rooms are at least adequate. As with its cross-the-road neighbour, this is a multi-storey, rambling hotel, well located to traveller-orientated restaurants. Here in the fancier rooms the TVs are older, in the cheaper rooms... Read our full review of Korina Hotel.
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