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Komodo Lodge

Located within a walking distance to Labuan Bajo Harbour, Komodo Lodge offers cozy accommodation with free WiFi access in all areas of the homestay. The property is also within walking distance to many restaurants in the surrounding area.

It takes about a 5-minute walk from the property to the main road where it is littered with restaurants, and about a 10-minute walk to Labuan Bajo Harbour. Getting to the Komodo Airport will take about 15 minutes by car.

The rooms at Komodo Lodge are all air-conditioned and fitted with a wardrobe and a private bathroom featuring shower facility. There is also a terrace with a view of the lush garden.

Other facilities offered at this lodge include a private check-in/out service, in-room breakfast, free on-site parking, and a tour desk to help with your travel arrangements. Airport shuttle, car rental, and activities like snorkeling, diving, and hiking can also be arranged by the property at additional charges.

 

Rooms

A total 11 cozy rooms :

  • 6 Double Room
  • 5 Twin Room

All rooms are equipped with the following :

  • Ceiling Fan (downstair room only)
  • Air-conditioning
  • Private bath with hot & cold shower
  • Soap & Shampoo
  • Umbrellas
  • Emergency flash light
  • Daily complimentary 2 bottles of mineral water
  • Private terrace
  • In-room safety deposit box

 

Services & Facilities

  • In-room dining
  • Laundry & dry cleaning
  • Electricity – 220V
  • Reception Desk
  • Car rental assistance
  • Mail & information
  • Travel & Tour assistance
  • Water sport & sea activities assistance
  • Free WiFi
  • Complimentary free flow coffee, tea, and sugar plus hot/cold water from water dispenser located on the first floor

 

Accommodation Address

Jl. Mutiara, Kampung Ujung, Labuan Bajo 86754, Indonesia

Tel : +62 (385) 41377

Fax : +62 (385) 41378

 

Sales & Reservation Office

Jl. Penyaringan 33X, Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

Tel : +62 (361) 271538, 081236151956

Fax : +62 (361) 271539

Email : komodolodge@gmail.com

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