The Meneñ Hotel has, for many years, been a place where both locals and guests meet for business and pleasure. It offers facilities of international standards, along with warm island hospitality.
One hundred and nineteen well appointed rooms feature television and video, fridge, and tea and coffee making facilities. The bars and restaurants offer breathtaking ocean views. Anibare Restaurant serves international cuisine, specialising in seafood and the Oriental Restaurant offers Thai, Chinese and Indian dishes.
Indoor and outdoor recreation areas including a gaming room, a swimming pool and all-weather tennis courts, barbecues and gift shops are available. Guests also have access to Nauru's nine hole golf course, deep sea fishing, snorkelling, scuba diving on the reef and island tours of the mined areas.
Conference facilities are available up to 200 people. Courtesy transport from the airport, rental cars, laundry service, secretarial, facsimile and photocopying services can be arranged. Children under twelve are free of charge if sharing a room.
Although Nauru is not a typical tourist destination, Meneñ Hotel ranks among the Pacific's most comfortable hotels.
For More Information Contact:
P.O. Box 298
REPUBLIC OF NAURU
Telephone: +674 4443300
Facsimile: +674 4443595
are plentiful. Vegetation includes pandanus, coconuts, tomano trees and frangipanni. The
climate is tropical with temperatures ranging between 24.4 degrees C and 33.9 degrees C,
kept temperate by the sea breezes.
HOLIDAYS AND FESTIVALS
January 31 - Independence Day
May 17 - Constitution Day
October 26 - Angam Day
Nauru is made up
of the raised central plateau surrounded by a fertile coastal fringe. The plateau, known
as "topside", is the site of mining and is for the most part made up of
limestone pinnacles, a truly unique landscape. In contrast, the coast has lush and verdant
vegetation. There are two hotels in Nauru, the recently refurbished Menen Hotel and the
OD-N-Aiwo Hotel. Self-drive cars are available for a daily charge, plus a charge per
kilometre, and taxis are available. The Menen Hotel operates a courtesy airport service.
FOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT
feasts are popular. The Menen Hotel has two restaurants and a regular barbecue. Reynaldo's
offers excellent Chinese cuisine.
Game Fishing is on the edge in Nauru. The Pacific Island of Nauru is a unique new game fishing hotspot where
exciting pelagic action is often only a five minute boat ride away, the food is great, and the people - warm and hospitable.
Nauruans play a
number of sports. Fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling are popular. Nine holes of golf
and tennis are available. Tours of the mined area are available through the Menen Hotel.
boutique has gifts and books. Other stores sell a variety of food and goods. Tobacco and
alcohol are duty free. The Nauru Philatelic Bureau offers a range of sought-after
Philatelic issues of Nauru.
NATIONAL TOURISM OFFICE
The National Tourism Office has
available Arts & Craft Centre which features
handicrafts both for display and sale. In addition The National Museum features
a variety of photographs from pre-war and post-war years, as well as odd
artifacts from Nauru's history including cooking utensils, etc.
Tourism Office can be contacted as follows:
- Director of Tourism
- Department of Economic Development
- Telephone: (674) 444-3181 ext. 310
- Facsimile: (674) 444-3891