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This is the most popular Hotel in Bacau and has a historical feel to it as it was once the Governor's dwelling during Portuguese Colonisation and it also the General's residence during the Indonesian occupation. The staff are very nice and helpful, the food is...More
This is definitely the best place to eat and stay in Baucau. You have others more affordable but this one is the best one.
The rooms are good and the food at the restaurant is very good. You also have a swimming pool but it...More
It is amazing that a place like Pousada de Baucau remains in such good shape and is so well-managed in a tough environment like that of Timor-Leste. The grounds are sprawling and nicely gardened, lots of inlaid stone terraces. The rooms are adequate—they are not...More
This was a lovely spot to spend a couple nights. The steak with pepper sauce lived up to its well-earned reputation and we enjoyed our stay there. It is also very easy to walk to most places within the old part of town.
Day trip to Baucau and stopped for coffee and then came back for lunch
Coffee $1 each served in china cups ... perfect and great coffee ...
Lunch was the surprise of the trip ... sirloin steak with pepper sauce ,,. The steak was perfect...More
Hi! I am planning a 2-day visit in Baucau and would like to stay at the Pousada de Baucau. I cannot work out how to make a reservation, though. Does anyone have contact details that work? I have tried two different emails and three different phone numbers and cannot get a response. Any help would be appreciated.
8 June 2015|
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The number I used was +67077241111. I think there may be a digit missing on the web site from memory.
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"Take the old wing with balconies overlooking the street"