We stayed here for one night last August during our trip through Flores. Moni offers the best access to the Kelimutu crater and it probably has several other hotel options, but we arrived late and we were in need of a triple room, so we decided to take a standard room with an extra bed (cheaper) and not a triple in a villa.
Boys at the reception were very helpful and quick in preparing the triple room.
Room was clean, but it smelt a little musty, probably because it was on ground floor under the reception, among trees and a few steps from a river.
Bathroom was pretty small, but there was hot water and was fine for one night.
After the Kelimtu trekking, we had breakfast that was really good, good toast with scrambled eggs or pancake.
Should I stay longer, I would cnsider staying in a villa, anyway standard room can be a good option for one night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Kelimutu Crater Lakes Eco Lodge was designed and built by the now internationally acclaimed eco designer Meryl Wilson. This is the fifth lodge of the company and follows our strict eco guidelines follwing our six pillars for local employment, growing our own food, use of renewables, sewage recycling, protect of the local environment and training program for key stakeholders. The lodge is a great stepping stone to see the mystical crater lakes, hike in the mountains, for birding, artists (see our Art Tour)and the start of our Trans Flores safari to see the Komodo Dragons based at our Bajo Lodge. ... more less
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