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Puri Sari Beach Hotel

Jl. Pantai Pede, Kecamatan Komodo, Labuan Bajo, Flores

p : +62-3852443710, +62-8124629405
e : reservation@purisarihotel.com, purisarihotel@gmail.com

 purisari photo 1 1Conveniently located on Pede Beach in the outskirts of Labuan Bajo, Puri Sari Beach Hotel is a quiet and secluded beach retreat on the western tip of Flores Island. Labuan Bajo is an ideal departure point for Komodo National Park, which is well-known for its Komodo dragons, the world’s largest lizards, as well for its world-class diving spots.

Spread over three acres including tropical gardens, meticulously manicured grounds and a 350-meter beach, Puri Sari Beach Hotel allows guests to completely immerse themselves in the exotic atmosphere of Western Flores. Its exquisite setting and striking architecture make a stay at this enchanting hotel an experience of true luxury.

 purisari photo 2This 21 rooms hotel, possessing a stunning outdoor swimming pool and a superb open-air restaurant, was designed in harmony with the natural environment, blending modern amenities with elements of traditional Western Flores architecture. All rooms have been decorated to the highest standard, combining natural colors and a rare and unique earthy brown wood texture.

 purisari photo 3Puri Sari Beach Hotel is a charming and tranquil oasis, ideal for anyone seeking a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere; a place to enjoy spectacular sunsets, and to soak in the atmosphere of its natural environment: the sounds of the waves, the songs of the tropical birds, and the rustling of palm fronds.

Facilities:
–    Spacious & comfortable room
–    Relaxing Garden View
–    Outdoor Pool
–    Kids Pool
–    Free Wifi
–    Room service
–    Laundry service
–    Free airport transfer
–    Restaurant
–    Safety box
–    Smoking area
–    Tour Desk
–    Car Parking Lot

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