Max:Price:Select datesAUD 124
Room facilities:Fan(s), Fridge, Hot Water, Internet - Wireless, Private Bathroom, Private Veranda, Seating Area, Shared lounge area, Tea/Coffee Maker, Toiletries, TV, Wardrobe, Work/Writing Desk
Room was spacious, bed comfy, shower hot, bathroom fresh and clean. The fridge worked great and kept your water nice and cold.
Bed size:1 queen size bed
Max:Price:Select datesAUD 108
Bathroom with shower
Coffee/tea making facilities
Internet WiFi access in room
TV – cable/satellite
TV – local only
Bed size:1 Queen Size Bed
Simon’s Place, a locally owned and run by a Tongan family. It is a 3-4 star property motel-style lodging that was opened in June 2015. The 3-4 star motel property is located in Nuku’alofa, with walking distance right in to the heart of town and nearby shops. Our property offers 12 spacious rooms and is provided with tea/coffee facilities, queen sized bed, TV, private bathroom and veranda. All 12 rooms are the same and is meant for per 2 people. Simon’s Place also provides 100MB free WiFi upon arrival and a free continental breakfast from 7am-10am.
Simon’s Place offers a pick-up and drop-off service to the Airport for TOP$20 per person which can be arranged prior to arrival/departure. Our staff speaks English and can assist you in any questions, issues or concerns you may have during your stay.
With Simon’s Place proximity to Central Nuku’alofa, the activities to do are endless. Cultural activities and island tours from any of the tour operators is a highly sort activity. However, most of our guest prefer to just explore the capital, Nuku’alofa on first arrival to have a feel of the place.
Located close to the most famous night-clubs and restaurants in town to choose from. To name a few:
In addition, Simon’s Place was ranked as top 5 out of the 22 B&B in Nukualofa.
We are looking forward to welcoming you. For more information, please contact us at +(676) 26-110 or send us an at email@example.com.
Cancellation / Prepayment
- Late checkout is $TOP 50.
- Cancellation should be notified 72 hours+ prior to booking date or will be charged 1 full day.
- Car Parking
- Hot Water
- Internet - Wireless
- Ironing Equipment
- Mobile Phone Reception
- Private Bathroom
- Private Veranda
- Seating Area
- Shared lounge area
- Tea/Coffee Maker
- Work/Writing Desk
- Arrival/departure point transfers (extra charge)
- Daily housekeeping
- Laundry/ironing service
- Complimentary continental breakfast included
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Tonga Accommodations: Beach Resorts, Hotels, & Tours
Tongatapu, the main island of the Kingdom of Tonga and known as the ‘Sacred South’. Expect a warm welcome at one of the world’s most easy-going international airports before journeying north across the island to the Tongan capital of Nuku’alofa. The harbour-side town is the center of Tongan commerce and government and also the residence of the Royal Family in the South Pacific’s only monarchy. Around 70,000 people live on Tongatapu, and Nuku’alofa – ‘Abode of Love’ – is a vibrant introduction to the Kingdom.
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Nightlife infoEvery Wednesday and Friday night, the Tonga resorts have live entertainment. A variety of music, singing, dancing, and a kava ceremony are part of the package. The staff, sometimes accompanied by Tongans from the villages, present lovely and most importantly, authentic songs called hiva, and dances.
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