If you are planning to stay in Wewak, Sea View Resort Hotel is the one you should choose. This resort hotel is located on the top of Wewak hill just next to the Wewak CBD. The hotel consist of 37 rooms ranging from standard single, standard double, deluxe double, deluxe twin share, and day use for a maximum of 3 hours. The bar overlooks Meni Beach where the Sepik Ironman Competition is held every year.
The Paradise New Wewak Hotel is situated atop the headlands, overlooking the ocean; this hotel has some large and comfortable rooms with fans, fridges, and phone, air conditioned and private bathrooms.
The open-air house win where functions are sometimes held has great views to Robin Island ahead. The hotel has 35 rooms with different ranges to meet your budget.
• single standard room without TV
• standard premium without TV
• Single Twin – with TV, minibar fridge, air condition, fan
• Deluxe Single – TV, minibar fridge, air condition, fan, iron
• Deluxe Double – TV, minibar fridge, air condition, fan, iron.
Karawari Lodge is located in East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. It is located in one of the most remote and un-spoilt destinations in Papua New Guinea - the Karawari River, a tributary of the immense Sepik River. It is situated at 300meters above the banks of the Karawari River and overlooking an endless expanse of dense tropical lowland rain forest from the lone ridge of Karawari. Guests are accommodated in ten separate cottages, each built out of local bush materials and inspired by traditional architecture. Each cottage has two private twin
In Wewak Boutique Hotel is situated on Wewak Hill, overlooking the Bismark Sea.The Hotel is nestled in amongst residential housing, offering a quiet and peaceful break away.
It is a great place where you can spend your holiday. Excellent accommodation is provided whilst you enjoy our gorgeous views from the furnished decks.
Wewak is in the East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea.
Hotels & Lodges in East Sepik Province
Here are the list of hotels and lodges in Wewak and other parts of East Sepik Province.