Elizabeth Hotel and Resort

Address: Jl Imam Bonjol No 15, Ambon, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl Imam Bonjol No 15, Ambon.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Elizabeth Hotel and Resort Ambon

2.00 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Ambon

Manager style

A travel blog entry by ccmurray on May 02, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... about 20 minutes longer. Instead of going to the hotel though we went to Garuda's office. There we met the base manager (the station manager's boss). We went into his office, which I know I felt totally unprepared for, and I think Rick did too, but we played it cool. The base manager's secretary brought us some tea and had an array of treats on the table for us to sample. After some friendly exchanges, the station manager arrived and sat with us. Most of the time the ...

Wasn't planning on coming back here again.

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Apr 07, 2014

2 photos

My plan had been to go from the Banda Islands to the Kei Islands for 10 days or so and then from there up to Sorong in West Papua in order to visit the Raja Ampat Islands. Unfortunately however the next ferry sailing to the Kei's didn't sail until the 12 April and then there were no 'connecting' ferries scheduled from there up to Sorong until May which scuppered that plan. The only option thus available to me ...

Back for just 1 night.

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Mar 25, 2014

5 photos

Left the guest house at 12noon and went to catch a bemo to Ume Putih only to be told that there weren't any running there. Sceptical about this i waited for half an hour or so then decided maybe they were telling the truth so paid Rp25,000 for an ojek to take me there instead. The ferry did indeed leave at 3pm as planned and there were even three other travellers on board (two of whom were also heading to the Bandas the next day). Rather than the 2hrs it took ...

Palau Ai

A travel blog entry by firefrog11 on Jan 13, 2014

26 photos

... alarmed as most of the passengers seemed unconcerned except for one woman that was petrified and balling her eyes out as she gripped onto an elderly lady sitting next to her for dear life. However I did think it prudent to think of a contingency plan should the boat capsize. I looked around for things to grab to act as buoyancy aids as there where no life vests on board. The crossing took about 45 minutes and I'm pleased to say we made it across in one piece. The boat ...

The Banda islands home to the clove and the nutmeg

A travel blog entry by firefrog11 on Jan 07, 2014

21 photos

... against the now angry Dutch who eventually slaughtered most of the them. But before the Brits left they managed to swap the only tiny island that they had built a fort on with the Dutch for a small at the time worthless island in America. That Island was Manhattan Island. So the good old Brits shafted everyone. We woke up the next morning and ventured out to see what the dark of night had concealed from us. We stepped out of the guest house onto a street void of traffic but lined ...