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Ende has quite a few hotels and guesthouses to choose from, but the following are the pick of the bunch.
This backpacker standard doesn't look like much from the outside, but it's actually a rather large property, with room choices ranging from grungy (and cheap) singles to very nice air-con rooms with garden-facing patios. The better rooms are very clean for a backpacker place, though the cheap, cold water but fan-cooled rooms are more ordinary -- some more than others, so ask to look around. For... Read our full review of Hotel Ikhlas.
The only luxury game in Ende, this hotel looks a bit like a strip mall from the outside but has decent clean rooms with large, squashy beds and all the modern conveniences -- although windows appear to be something of a luxury in the cheaper set-ups. There's little perceptible difference between the standard and superior rooms, and all come equipped with hot water, air-con, TV and minibar.... Read our full review of Grand Wisata Hotel.
This impressive from the outside relic has been hosting tourists for decades, and the wear-and-tear of all those years of use certainly shows. Staff are friendly and keys appear to be kept in the pocketbook of the family matriarch. Rooms are distinctly depressing, but reasonably clean and catch a bit of breeze from the ocean nearby -- take a look at a few different options before you make your... Read our full review of Hotel Dwi Putra .
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