Lamana Hotel

Address: 1 Famagusta Road, Port Moresby, 495, Papua New Guinea | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Famagusta Road, Port Moresby, is near Kabaira Dive Rabaul, Mount Wilhelm, and Tufi Wharf.
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          • Spa
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Multilingual staff
          • Conference facilities
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Lamana Hotel Port Moresby

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Port Moresby

          Unexpected PNG

          A travel blog entry by cth-road on Apr 14, 2015

          4 comments, 47 photos

          ... down. Not a very practical idea as problem got worse with each passanger leaving the plane. Welcome in PNG! According the the expats (I have spoken to) a country with people of a very low working attitude. Hence, everythings goes very very slow. Also a country of high corruption (rank 145 of 174). It took me more than an hour to get through immigration even tough I had only about 10 people infront of me. And I needed to use the bathroom urgently, but ...

          Port Moresby-- and Egma's Story

          A travel blog entry by wsbieber on Nov 25, 2014

          1 photo

          ... She immediately picked up the concepts, and was asked by her church to implement the program in the nearby settlements. This she did with a strong sense of calling, no funding, and a commitment that has not given up.

          We have been amazed by her stories of changed lives in some of the hardest squatter's settlements to be found anywhere in the world, which she fearlessly frequents. Of course the hard core criminal elements of the city inhabit these areas, ...

          Papua New Guinea Part 2: East Cape & Kokoda Track

          A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on May 27, 2014

          41 photos

          ... 8211; a bird that belongs in the Jurassic era! Cassowaries are about 3 feet tall and are the size of a small ostrich. They have striking blue feathers along their necks and a large fleshy protuberance on top of their heads. They are also terrifying. According to Warren, cassowaries in the forest can kill humans and we absolutely believe him. The bird has enormous feet – the same shape as a chicken’s feet but as big as a human hand and with a really ...

          Colourful Capital City

          A travel blog entry by suffolk-twosome on Apr 03, 2014

          ... in Moresby....
          We saw a variety of creatures and birds-some of them we knew and enjoyed ourselves despite the 90% humidity and 30 degree heat.

          After our chips and was food of a very limited menu we left early for the ship. Thanks to the local agents' planning we surprised the whole boat. They smiled and we found our air conditioned ...

          Papua New Guinea!!

          A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Feb 03, 2014

          3 photos

          ... to walk around in at night.
          Scot sat next to a man who was born in PNG, but went to college in Arkansas, and has lived in the US for the last several years. One of his friends was elected to a government position a year ago, and he was recently recruited to come live over here for 6 to 12 months to help with the intersection of economic and ecological interests in PNG. Scot asked him if he planned to visit his parents, and he said that although ...