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Hotels in Papua New Guinea are often an inspired mix of local bungalow-style architecture sporting an understated luxury. Following are several of our favorite Papua New Guinea hotels:

Airways Hotel Port Moresby

This award-winning property is among the finest in the country. Modern design and traditional artifacts are showcased amidst rolling hills, botanical gardens and a gorgeous bay. View their web site

Ambua Lodge

An inspired mix of local architecture, spectacular views and modest luxury, Ambua's 40 bungalows are surrounded by walking trails, waterfalls and orchids, and offer expansive views across the Tari Valley.

Madang Resort

The country's most historic resort dates to German colonial times. Hugging the harbor, it features lovely gardens, three restaurants, nicely appointed rooms and modern amenities, including wireless Internet. View their web site

Malolo Plantation Resort

On the grounds of a former coconut plantation, this comfortable resort is cloaked in green gardens that touch the surrounding ocean. It features 14 air-conditioned rooms, fresh water swimming pool and extensive lawns and gardens reaching down to the ocean.

Rondon Ridge at Mt. Hagen

Sporting gorgeous views of the incredible Wahgi Valley, the Rondon Ridge provides luxury in a rural setting. It features twelve tastefully furnished rooms with modern bathrooms, warmed beds and quilts for chilly highlands' nights.

Kalibobo Spirit

This luxurious private motor yacht is available for charter around Papua New Guinea and the Trobriand Islands. The New Zealand-built vessel features all the modern amenities and comforts, and a shallow draft to access remote rivers and reef-ringed atolls.