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Clean and at the far end of town

Jl General Sudirman #1, Dompu T: (0373) 21 445 

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Hotel Rinjani

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This is one of the fancier offerings in Dompu and offers a choice of standard or superior rooms all presented to a reasonable standard.



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Rooms are of a decent size and have pretty comfortable beds and clean bathrooms. There is a mosque directly across the road, so light sleepers will appreciate earplugs. This is superior to the Hotel Samada in just about every way, save its slightly less-central location. It should be, too, as they charge double the price. There is a ground-floor restaurant that offers up breakfast for those not wanting to stray outside. If it fits within your budget, the Rinjani is a good option, but we preferred Hotel Anisa.

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Walk-in rates at Hotel Rinjani

Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
250,000 rupiah
250,000 rupiah
Deluxe double room
400,000 rupiah
400,000 rupiah
Room: Standard double room, low season: 250,000 rupiah, high season 250,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 400,000 rupiah, high season 400,000 rupiah. Notes:

Where is Hotel Rinjani

Hotel Rinjani
Jl General Sudirman #1, Dompu
T: (0373) 21 445 
Coordinates (for GPS): 118º27'28.59" E, 8º32'21.51" S
Room rates: 150,000 to 400,000 Rp

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