Our Room

Sleeping with sound of waves, wake up in the morning by birds whistle outside your room and sunrise through your window, different sunset view by the bed on every each day from your room.

HamuEco has six wooden guest rooms built over water on Cemara Saleo Beach area. The building was built facing west, so we can have sunset view with Gam and Waigeo Island on the background from our room and balcony.

Our rooms are open ceiling under the roof, so you can easily hear the sound of nature, and flow air through with breezy environment which no need for us to put fan or air-conditioning in room. At night, sometimes our room visited by variety of small insects and sometimes firefly in the middle of the night. We recommend our guest to turn off the light when they leave the room, so it will less attract insects and bugs when they return.

Our standard amenities on each room are :

  • Balcony with hammock for you relaxing and enjoy Raja Ampat sunset view
  • King size bed or twin bed with white cotton linens and blanket
  • Mosquito net above the bed
  • Two 220V electrical outlets Indonesian standard
  • Towel for each person

Being away at Raja Ampat gives you opportunity to unplug yourself for a while from busy life, even though you may receive phone signal sometimes (Our place only receive Telkomsel signal). We would like you to notice that our place and room doesn’t have:

  • Phones
  • TV
  • Radios
  • Hair dryers
  • Air-conditioning
  • Room service

For Internet connectivity only available in our Restaurant. Please ask our staff for the Wifi password. Electricity in our place is only available from 6.30 pm until 6 am in the morning. Please make sure to fulfill your electricity needed such as charging battery, etc as the time frame. Since our electricity generator is limited, we would like to inform our guest that high electricity consumption equipment is preferred not being use in our place (Such as hair dryer).

Our bathroom are built separated on the ground to prevent the discharge of waste into the sea. We have 7 total shared bathroom located not far from the bridge to rooms. They are 5 western toilets with shower and 2 squat toilet with water tub “mandi” style as if Indonesian.