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Pia's Poppies Hotel is a nice place to stay for just a few days. The price is a bit overrated for what you get, but in the end, that's everywhere in Rantepao I reckon.
It's nothing fancy but at least its clean. The rooms are...More
We just spent the past week here at Pias Poppies and have had such a great time. We found an outstanding guide right outside the door named Rante (0812 41323268) who took such good care of us. We went trekking overnight to a remote village,...More
We stayed here three nights during our visit of tana torajas. The rooms are clean and big, bathroom is good. We payed 175000 excl. breakfast.
Unfortunately the surrounding is very loud (cocks, frogs and electropumps during the whole night) but you get used to it....More
The rooms are very spacious and clean. The bathroom is quite nice. The staff is very friendly and kind hearted. The breakfast is delicious and a good size portion. The place also rents scooters (not in the best condition though, you might want to check...More
Place is nice, rooms super clean, good bed, hot shower (depends when you take it). Nice personnel, and can speak English.
Problems was roosters all around, and wifi difficult to connect. Also breakfast was expensive, but you are not forced to take it.
i stayed in late July/August. my review is on TripAdvisor under Ian S with contact details, but here they are again mobile +6281342026768. email poppiestoraja@yahoo. co .id (remove spaces) Yon the manager is awesome... More
i stayed in late July/August. my review is on TripAdvisor under Ian S with contact details, but here they are again mobile +6281342026768. email poppiestoraja@yahoo. co .id (remove spaces) Yon the manager is awesome When in Togeans, most places don't have telephone or email contact, but are contactable by SMS Also take your oldest mobile as smartphones don't work in most places, even if they have telephone service, but old mobiles do