A half hour bus ride out of town. Take a local bus and walk a mile or so to the resort through rural PNG (at least in contrast to Madang!) to find a large low-key resort primarily catering to scuba enthusiasts and family groups. It has pleasant green and blue surroundings and plentiful waterfront views as well as a pool and several dining areas. (NOTE: as at June 2009 the Jais Aben dive shop has closed, however, they can arrange for the dive store at Madang Resort to pick you up from the jetty at Jais Aben).
A short walk from the centre of town and is clean and comfortable. To save money, ask for the non-air-conditioned rooms which have two single beds each with a simple thin mattress on the wooden bunk and share showers and toilets.
Caters to scuba divers (who seemingly don't leave the resort, except by boat) with an on-site dive shop. A little further out on the main road are several hotels, many catering to both tourists and local business travelers.
Located a short distance from the Madang Resort. Double rooms cost 88 Kina per night (including breakfast). Includes kitchen and laundry. Comfortable with great views from the back lawn.
14 air conditioned rooms in a coconut plantation on the edge of the rain forest. 45mins north of Madang.