Bandung, popularly known as the city of flowers is the capital of West Java in Indonesia. It has a pleasant climate throughout the year and is a terrific place to visit for everyone. The city is also known as fashion destination because of its shopping markets. If you are planning your vacations in Bandung, then there are a number of hotels that can provide you with the best of luxury experiences in cheap rates. Some of the best budget hotels in Bandung, Indonesia are :
1. Arion Swiss Belhotel Bandung
This is a stunning hotel in the capital city. The hotel has 58 rooms to offer to its guests. All the guestrooms offer satellite TV, stereo system and free broadband internet access. You can relax in the big swimming pool and even visit the poolside for a cocktail. Fitness center and spa center are some of the exclusive features of this hotel.
2. Holiday Inn Bandung Hotel
They provide friendly and dependable services to its customers. This is a perfect location to visit for both leisure and business travelers. The place is known for its indigenous exquisiteness. The hotel offers 146 rooms an also has a big restaurant.
3. Jayakarta Bandung
Jayakarta Bandung is a 4 star hotel that offers you luxuries that one generally experiences in 5 star hotels. The conference hall of the hotel can accommodate up to 200 people. The hotel is a four storey contemporary building. The hotel is just a few minutes away from the airport.
4. Aston Tropicana Hotel And Plaza
This hotel offers the most exciting hotel experience in Bandung. They have great hospitality staff that entertains both leisure and business travelers. The hotel has around 100 deluxe rooms to offer and almost all the famous attractions of Bandung are just a few minutes away from the hotel.
5. Grand Aquila, Bandung
The hotel offers some of the best hospitality services in the city. The high rise building of Grand Aquila is located at the center of city’s commercial district. A huge meeting room is also available in the hotel for the business travelers. The hotel is just 10 minutes away from the airport and 15 minutes away from the train station. Baby sitting services are also available for your kids. 24 hour room service is available in the hotel and outdoor pool is also there to make you feel like paradise on earth.
For the people of Indonesia, alun-alun or city square is an interesting meeting point. Alun-alun is a wide field across the city hall, or any government owned functional building such as post office, museum, bank, or mosque. Usually, alun-alun is a city park or public open space that is provided by the city government to facilitate the people of the city. Alun-alun is information center, activity spot, and an area for entertainment open stage. That is why alun-alun becomes an icon of the city. Likewise in Bandung, Alun-alun Bandung is a famous icon of Bandung. Since the old time of Bandung, Alun-alun Bandung has been very crowded by many people until nowadays.
Alun-alun Bandung is situated in Jl. Asia Afrika Bandung, a city center of Bandung. To get to Alun-Alun Bandung, you can take Damri bus with the route to Alun-Alun Bandung, and get off the bus at alun- alun bus stop. You can also take angkot, a public transportation in Bandung. If you start from Jl. Jakarta or Pasar Kosambi (tradisional market), take angkot with the route of Cileunyi – Cicaheum, and get off the angkot right at alun-alun bus stop. From Pasar Baru shopping center, take St. Hall – Gede Bage angkot. If the trip is started from other areas in Bandung, you can take any angkot heading to Jl. Tamblong. After getting of the angkot at Jl. Tamblong, you can whether take Damri bus to alun-alun bus stop or just go on foot for 10 or 15 minutes. Angkots you can take to Jl. Tamblong are Cicaheum – Kalapa from Jl. Aceh, Dago – Kalapa from Jl. Ir. Hj. Djuanda (Dago), Ledeng – Kalapa from Jl. Riau or from Bandung Electronic Center (BEC), and Sederhana – Buah Batu from Jl. Cihampelas.
Visiting Alun-alun Bandung, you can do many things. You can enjoy the surroundings while sitting on the bench, walk around alun-alun, take pictures, and try to eat various particular Bandung snacks from many different food stalls. You can taste batagor, baso tahu, mie baso (noodle with meat balls), cireng, cilok, bala-bala, and many kinds of fried snacks.
Alun-alun Bandung is surrounded by interesting building you can visit. There are many alternative places around it. Right across Alun-alun Bandung, there is BRI Tower. It is a bank where there is a famous radio station in Bandung on 14th floor of the building. Next to Alun-alun Bandung, there is Masjid Agung (Grand Mosque) with twin towers. In certain times, you can go up to the top of the tower and see the amazing city view of Bandung. Not far from Alun-alun Bandung, there is Bandung Post Office, which was built in 1928. If you want to go shopping, there are Kings Shopping Center, Pasar Baru, and Braga City Walk providing fashionable clothes. Along Jl. Asia Afrika, there are heritage buildings from colonial period such as Gedung Merdeka and Savoy Homann Hotel. You can also visit Museum Sri Baduga, Museum Bandung Lautan Api, or Dutch cafes and art shops on Jl. Braga.
Alun-alun Bandung is an open space for public, so it can be visited anytime, even after midnight or at the early morning. It is such a cheap traveling in Bandung as you are not charged at all when visiting Alun-alun Bandung. You can enjoy the place and meet people for free.
Bandung City in Indonesia is a heaven for food lovers who enjoy new experiences. There are a lot of food varieties here, not only local cuisine but also international ones. Besides main dishes, you can also find cheap souvenirs in Bandung, it is because food in Bandung does not only available in restaurants or cafes. There are plenty of bakeries in the city where you can buy some good and unique pastries. Some of them have high popularities, such as Bawean Bakery. This bakery has been established since 1946, formerly known as Sweetheart and was located at Jalan Sumatera, Bandung. Its long lasting tradition led to recognition from the Minister of Customs and Tourism of Indonesia as “The bakery which continually maintains traditional recipes”, back in 2004. Bawean Bakery offers most of Bandung’s famous snacks and pastries like bolen and brownies, to cakes, gelato and even heavy meals.
Bawean Bakery is located at Jalan Bawean no. 4, Bandung. Even though this little street is not passed by any public transportation in Bandung, it is near to Jalan Aceh where a lot of public transportations passing by. A common public transportation in Bandung is called ‘angkot’ or city transport. There are several angkot routes that can take you to Jalan Aceh, such as Kebon Kelapa – Cicaheum, Kebon Kelapa – Dago, Kebon Kelapa – Ledeng, Antapani – Ciroyom and Sadang Serang – St. Hall. You have to get off at Jalan Aceh and Jalan Lombok intersection, and take a short walk south to reach Jalan Bawean. For a more convenience way to travel around Bandung, you may rent a car or get a taxi, though it will be more expensive.
You will have a hard time to pick your choice as there is a huge variety of tarts with special ingredients. There are over 40 types of cakes, breads and donuts, more than 50 different types of snacks from sweet to salty ones, and over 60 assortments of sweets desserts here. The most popular items on the menu are the ‘Chocolate Waffles’ and ‘Nougat Rolls’, which are made with traditional recipes and served as the icons of Bawean Bakery. Besides that, you can also pick some other special pastries like mocha tarts, layers cakes, Swiss rolls, nougat rolls, Africaantjes and Boomstarm. Another popular item is the gelato with variety of flavors including chocolate, vanilla, mint, strawberry, coffee, etc. Macaroon is another one of Bawean’s signature pastry as well that comes in many flavors like cheese, chocolate, vanilla, blueberry, cappuccino, strawberry, and many more. For souvenirs, you can bring the premium cakes such as tiramisu, black forest cake, opera cake, strawberry short cakes, macaroons and American cheese cakes. Just like in any other café, Bawean Bakery also has some beverages selection. If you order a hot drink, you will get two pieces of delicious choco chips for free. You can also buy the cookies in five big rounded pieces pack for souvenirs. Besides choco chips, you can also choose peanut butter cookies, oatmeal cookies and some other flavor. The price of the pastries are varied depend on the types and sizes, ranging from IDR 5,000 for the macaroons to IDR 500,000 for the big cakes.
Whether you are a culinary lover or not, never pass a chance to visit Bawean Bakery in Bandung. Try each section that is offered here and savor the taste of the huge variety of pastries here because your taste bud will be thanking you so much. This place is perfect if you are looking for cheap souvenirs in Bandung.
Taman Hutan Raya Ir. Hj. Djuanda (Tahura), or also known as Dago Pakar is a forest park that is located in Mount Pakar, the highest slope in Dago area. It might be the widest green area remained in Bandung. Situated 800 – 1,200 meter above the sea level, Dago Pakar has cool temperature, around 15 o – 22o Celsius. Since Dago Pakar was aimed for a conservation area, there are many kinds of trees there. There are at least 40 families of trees with 112 species of them. People can enjoy the green atmosphere of Dago Pakar and learn about the trees by hiking up the hill through the hiking track.
To explore Dago Pakar, there is a recommended track commonly taken by visitors. First time arriving in Dago Pakar, usually people use the entrances of Gate I and Gate II. From Gate I or Gate II, go to Information Center and Plaza Tahura. In these areas, you can see a beautiful Pakar pond and hydropower plant (PLTA Bengkok). After that, head about 200 m to the south, and you can find a jogging track near to Gate III. The jogging track brings you to the west. After approximately 300 m, you will find Japanese cave. The Japanese cave was built in 1942 using man power of Indonesian people which called Romusha. The cave is very dark, even with some lamps inside the cave. You can rent some lamps from the local people there, or you can use the lightning from your cellphones.
From the Japanese cave, follow the track to the north towards the Dutch cave. It is around 700 m away from the Japanese cave. The Dutch cave was built in 1941 with hydropower. It was actually a kind of tunnel or shelter for colonial armies. From The Dutch cave, keep walking to the amazing waterfall, Curug Ciomas, and Maribaya. Following the track, it heads about 4 km to the north. There the track ends, and you will find Gate IV.
To go to Dago Pakar is very easy. It can be reached with any kind of vehicles, and from any point in Bandung. It is about 1 km away from Terminal Dago, the end point of all angkots and minibus with the route to Dago. From Jl. Cihampelas, take the ramp onto Pasupati flyover to Jl. Cikapayang onto Jl. Ir. Hj. Djuanda (Dago). If you start from Jl. Ciumbuleuit, turn left to Jl. Siliwangi, and make another left turning to Jl. Ir. Hj. Djuanda, then go straight the road and you will find Dago Pakar.
There are many tourist attractions in Dago Pakar. There are an open stage for various performances, children playground, outbound area with flying fox, guest houses, huts, restaurants and cafes, tennis court, and many more. The entrance ticket for local people is IDR 7,500, and IDR 50,000 for foreigners. Your vehicles are also charged, IDR 5,000 for motorbike, IDR 10,000 for car, and IDR 20,000 for bus. You have to pay extra charges for conducting research, doing outbound, or film shooting.
Visiting Dago Pakar is one of the best options if you want to get into a cheap traveling in Bandung. It is a different experience of holiday. Not only the beauty of nature you will get, but also the history of colonialism in Indonesia.
If you are in Indonesia, you may not want to pass the opportunity to visit Bandung. Bandung is one of the busiest cities in Indonesia, which is well known for its shopping centers, foods and tourist object. One of the most popular tourist objects in Bandung is Cihampelas street, better known as the Jeanstreet. Is is because the main stuff sold in the outlets around here are clothes made of jeans or denims. In addition, you can also find a variety of Bandung souvenirs and gifts on this road. There is one thing that makes this street different from the other streets in Bandung, even in Indonesia. Here, you can find famous Hollywood characters and superheroes huge statues that are amazingly set in the yard or somehow “glued” to the factory outlets’ buildings. Some of them are Batman, Superman, Spiderman, Alladdin, Rambo and many more.Cihampelas Street is located in the northwestern part of Bandung. A lot of public transportations called ‘angkot’ (city transport) are passing through this street, such as Cicaheum – Ciroyom, Cicaheum – Ledeng, Kalapa – Ledeng, Caringin – Dago, Cisitu – Tegalega, Ciumbuleuit – St. Hall and Gunung Batu – St. Hall routes. There was a Damri bus route going through here as well, but it is now closed due to the massive traffic of this road. A taxi may be an option but it would be more expensive than public transportation. If you want an easier access to this place and other places in Bandung, you can rent a car from car rental service. This road is always crowded almost every day, especially on the weekends and holidays, so you probably want to park your car in your hotel or Cihampelas Walk (Ciwalk). If you want to have a walk on the weekends or national holidays, you can use angkot. When it has reached Cihampelas street and you feel the traffic jam already, it is time for you to get off and walk along the street. The length of the street itself is not that far, only 1,5 km from the upper to the lower end.
Cihampelas Street is very vivid, with 25 jeans stores presence of competing in terms of design, product and price. All stores are designed in accordance with the huge statues of all-time favorite movie stars that adorn the fronts of the shops. Sylvester Stallone as Rambo is lined up next to Spiderman, while on the opposite side of the street, Batman invites you to take a look inside the ‘Superhero Factory Outlet’. Up ahead, you will also find Superman, Tarzan, Alladdin, Catwoman, Ultraman and Dragonball character. Here, you will not only find jeans, but also various types of clothing such as clothes with military force, t-shirts, and jackets. You can also find a lot of street vendors offering to sew your newly- bought jeans for actual fit, as well as other strange paraphernalia such as BB guns and miniature kung fu fighters. In addition to clothing and jeans center, on Cihampelas street you will also find the famous icon of Cihampelas Walk (Ciwalk). All of the stuffs offered around here are reasonably affordable. However, you will not be able bargain in most of the stores here.
Your visit to Bandung is not complete if you miss out on a visit to Cihampelas Street. On this road, you can pamper yourself with shopping for a variety of quality jeans and apparel made locally, which are available at relatively low and affordable prices. Do not forget to visit the Cihampelas Walk while you are there.
It is very nice if we can enjoy the holiday without spending too much money for accommodation. Bandung, as one of the most visited cities in West Java, Indonesia, provides a dynamic life with beautiful nature and cool temperature. Bukit Dago Hotel is a perfect option to have maximum enjoyment with minimum budget. Situated in the main road of Dago, Bukit Dago Hotel is very easy to find. It takes around 25 minutes by Primkopau taxi from Husein Sastranegara International Airport, passing through DR. Djunjunan Street, Pasupati flyover, onto Cikapayang Street. From Bandung Train Station, it takes 20 minutes using taxi via Pasteur Street. There are many different taxis, with and without argometer. For cheaper option you can take public transportation called angkot with Station- Dago track.
Bukit Dago Hotel is very comfortable, fancy, and clean. The rooms have fresh colors with simple decoration. There are 65 rooms divided into several different rates per night.
- Standard rooms on 3rd floor are the cheapest ones. They cost only IDR 121,000 on weekdays, and IDR 147,000 on weekends. Standard rooms on 4th floor are IDR 133,000 on weekdays, and IDR 157,000 on weekends. The rooms on the 4th floor are bigger than the ones on the 3rd floor. Also, the view of Bandung from this floor is more beautiful.
- Superior A rooms cost IDR 193,500 on weekdays, and IDR 219,000 on weekends. While the rate for Superior B rooms are IDR 181,500. These rooms are bigger than Standard rooms.
- Deluxe rooms are IDR 242,000, with much bigger rooms and more picturesque view.
- VIP rooms cost IDR 278,000. These rooms are the biggest and there are private garages right below the rooms.
Each room is completely equipped by the facilities such as AC, TV, and telephone, also bathroom with hot and cold water. For addition, all guests will have bread or fried rice and coffee or tea for breakfast.
Missing the atmosphere of a country side? Want to ride a horse like a cowboy? You will find an amazing ranch in Lembang, West Java, Indonesia, called De’Ranch. De’Ranch is a tourist attraction for family with American cowboy theme. The visitors can wear cowboy costumes and ride horses around the ranch. For those who want to learn more about horse riding, De’Ranch gives short course of the basic knowledge of horse riding, horse treatment, and horse cart riding. Besides, there are abundant activities that can be done by the whole members of your family that will make you know more about living in a country side.
Visiting De’Ranch Lembang is such a cheap traveling in Bandung. You only need to pay IDR 5,000 to get the entry ticket, and you will get free milk as a welcome drink. You can do many things in De’Ranch, such as horse riding, archery, fishing, ATV driving, body cycling, milking, gold hunting, and many more. Every activity only costs around IDR 15,000 to IDR 25,000 each. If you want to join De’Ranch Saddle Club, you have to pay an extra IDR 150,000 for an hour horse riding through the riding track heading to a village in Lembang. Every rider will be accompanied by a guide who will always walk along next to the horse with a lead rope. The horses in De’Ranch are Australian horses, which are bigger and stronger than local horses.
For horse riding course, it costs IDR 150,000 per hour, including the instructor. Those who can join the course must be older than 7 years old, and weighing below 80 kg. Horse cart riding costs IDR 50,000 per 30 minutes, and they give horse cart certificate at the end of the session. While horse treatment course teaches how to grow horses, feed and bathe them, and clean the stable. It costs only IDR 15,000 per 30 – 45 minutes.
De’Ranch has many other facilities. There is a flower market which sells many kinds of beautiful flower cultivated by local people. A factory outlet offers you cowboy accessories such as cowboy hats, vests, shirts, and shoes. Also, there is restaurant named Pelana (Saddle) Hall with their recommended dishes. Pelana Hall also offers pizza, various bakeries, and several Sundanese traditional dishes like karedok, batagor, baso tahu, mendoan, tahu pletok, bakso, and many other more. Since Lembang is popular with the dairy products, De’Ranch also has fresh milks and yoghurts with various flavors like chocolate, mocha, banana, strawberry, and grape.
Visiting De’Ranch is an alternative for having different experience in Bandung. De’Ranch opens everyday except Mondays, from 9 am to 5 pm on weekdays, and 8 am to 6 pm on weekends. De’Ranch is located at Jl. Maribaya No. 17 Lembang, close to Yehezkiel Hotel and Tahu Tauhid II. To get to De’Ranch, you need to go to Jl. Maribaya via Jl. Raya Lembang. It is about 200 m away from Lembang market. From Jl. Cihampelas, you can whether take the route via Jl. Setiabudi to Lembang or via Jl. Ir. Hj. Djuanda (Dago) to Maribaya. If you need assistance about how to get there, you can call (+6222) 70840661 or 2785865.
Staying in the precious area of Bandung without spending so much money is really an advantage. Edelweis Hotel is located at Jl. Sukajadi No. 206 Bandung, which is an elite area for leisure, entertainments, and business. However, it is budget-friendly. Edelweis Hotel is cheap, clean, and comfortable. It is situated on highland area of Bandung that has cool temperature.
Its location is very strategic and easy to find. It takes only 20 minutes from Husein Sastranegara International Airport by airport taxi. Taxi drivers usually take the route via Jl. Pajajaran onto Jl. HOS. Cokroaminoto, straight ahead to Jl. Sukajadi. If you travel by train to Bandung, taxi will drive you from Bandung Train Station to Jl. Marjuk onto Jl. HOS. Cokroaminoto and Jl. Sukajadi. For budget travelers, public transportation known as angkot is a better option. You can take angkot with ST. Hall – Lembang from the train station. That angkot pass the route via Jl. Pasir Kaliki – Hasan Sadikin Hospital – Jl. Sukajadi. It takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes driving.
The rooms at Edelweis Hotel are quite big as the types are Deluxe. There are 20 rooms available in this hotel. The rate starts from IDR 200,000 per night. It does not include government tax and fees. For children under 10 years old, it is free of charge. However, you need to take extra bed for children older than 10 years, or when the occupancy in your room is more than 3 people. Each room is facilitated with AC, LCD TV, balcony or terrace with beautiful city view of Bandung, chairs, dressing table, and bathroom with hot and cold water, shower, and closet. The guests are given bottled mineral waters and breakfast every morning. Menus for breakfast can be chosen whether fried rice or toast.
Edelweis Hotel is a 2-star hotel with great service from very welcoming staffs. All guests will be served by 24-hour room service. The hotel also has car park, laundry and dry cleaning service, wi-fi internet access, restaurant, and coffee shop. Edelweis Hotel offers spots for leisure and relaxing, which are a nice garden and a massage room. If you want to get around the city but afraid of getting lost, the staffs will kindly give you a map of Bandung, or other information about interesting places in Bandung.
For shopaholics, Edelweis Hotel is a perfect hotel to stay at as it is very close to the most popular mall in Bandung, or might be in Indonesia, Paris Van Java. For those who crave for up to date clothes, it only takes 15 minutes to get to the factory outlets along Jl. Setiabudi. On Jl. Sukajadi itself, there are many fancy clothing stores and boutiques. For feeding your culinary desire, try many different dishes in various restaurants and cafes on Jl. Sukajadi, from Indonesian restaurants to various Asian and Western restaurants. After experiencing the urban bustle, head your trip to Lembang to feel the beauty of nature. It takes an hour or two, but it is worth to see the amazing landscape and scenery.
Put Edelweis Hotel to your list as you definitely will get comfort and convenience from cheap hotel in Bandung. Book a room for your next holiday by calling (+6222) 2032369.
Another fun thing to do in Bandung besides shopping and sightseeing is visiting museum. One of the most famous museums in Bandung is Geology Museum. It is probably the most complete museum in Indonesia of its kind. Geology Museum was built by the Dutch in 1928, and originally aimed as a laboratory and storage for geological and mining objects. Nowadays, Geology Museum becomes the information center related to geological matters. It has many collections of first human skull fossils, prehistoric animal skeleton fossils, geological materials, rocks, and several interesting displays. The most incredible collection is 156-kilogram meteorite that fell on March 30, 1884, in Jatipelangon, Madiun. Geology Museum has two exhibition floors, and each floor is divided into some sections. On the first floor, there are three main rooms: orientation room, west wing, and east wing. The orientation room provides an information area for students and researchers. The room shows a geographical map of Indonesia with an animation of geological activities in Indonesia. West wing is known as Indonesian geology room. It has various kinds of rocks and mineral in Indonesia. There are several displays of Indonesian volcanoes such as Krakatoa, Galunggung, Merapi, etc, and the information about tectonic activities in Indonesia. The east wing is named the History of Life room, featuring the history of organisms from the primitive age to the modern one. In this room you will be amazed by the gigantic fossil replica of Tyrannosaurus rex (T-rex).
Second floor is divided into west room, middle room, and east room. West room is a room for the staffs of Geology Museum, whereas the displays are in the middle room and east room, which are known as the geology rooms of human life. The middle room displays the mockup of gold mining in Papua, its history and products. The east room is divided into 7 smaller rooms that generally show the effects of geology to human life. The displays signify people that every aspect of life, including geology, has two sides, good and bad. Geology matters can be useful or damaging, which all depends to the humans themselves.
Geology Museum is located at Jl. Diponegoro No. 57 Bandung. It is near Gedung Sate and Gasibu. If you plan on getting around Bandung by public transportation called angkot, there are some possible tracks of angkot you can take. From Jl. Cihampelas, take angkot with the track Ledeng – Cicaheum; from Jl. Ir. Hj. Djuanda (Dago), take Dago – Riung Bandung angkot; and from Jl. Riau (factory outlets area), take angkot with the track Riung Bandung – Dago or Panghegar – Dipatiukur. All of those angkots pass through Geology Museum at Jl. Diponegoro.
Geology Museum opens on Mondays to Thursdays at 8 am – 4 pm, Saturdays and Sundays at 8 am – 2 pm. The museum is closed on Fridays and national holidays for treatment and maintenance. Visiting Geology Museum is a cheap traveling in Bandung since the ticket is only IDR 2,000 for public, and IDR 1,500 for students. Sometimes, if you are lucky, you can visit Geology Museum for free. For more information about Geology Museum, please call (+6222) 7213822.
West Java is one of the most beautiful places in Indonesia. Legend says that it was created when gods smile. That is why, West Java is called parahyangan, which means ‘the place of the gods’. Adopting the word parahyangan, Jelita Parahyangan Hotel invites people to see the beauty of the best city in West Java, Bandung. Jelita Parahyangan Hotel is a comfortable and beautiful place to stay. Having a leisure time in Bandung can be very delightful if it is accommodated with a full equipped room in a strategic location, with affordable price.
Located at Jl. Pasir Kaliki No. 61 Bandung, Jelita Parahyangan Hotel gives an easy access to many interesting places in the city center of Bandung. To get to Jelita Parahyangan Hotel from Husein Sastranegara International Airport only takes 15 minutes by taxi. From Bandung Train Station, you can take taxi or public transportation called angkot. Most of angkots that pass by the train station pass through Jl. Pasir Kaliki. It does not take much time, only 10 minutes taking the route via Jl. Pajajaran. Staying at Jelita Parahyangan Hotel gives you an advantage for getting around the city as the location is near to interesting spots, such as shopping centers, malls, restaurants, and cafes on Jl. Pajajaran, Jl. Setiabudi, Jl. Pasteur, and Lembang.
Arriving at Jelita Parahyangan Hotel, you will be welcomed by friendly staffs who will assist you with international standard. Although the hotel is a quite old building, it is full furnished with modern facilities. The rooms have AC, balcony or terrace, cable TV, private bathroom with hot and cold water, desk, telephone, wardrobe, DVD player, and mini home theater. The room rates are budget-friendly.
- Single rooms are rated IDR 207,000 per night. The bathroom in this room only has shower, without bathtub. This room is only for a person.
- Standard rooms are rated IDR 342,000 per night, and they have bathtubs. This room is for two people.
- Standard Plus rooms are rooms for up to 3 people. The rate is IDR 450,000 per night. The bathroom has shower.
- Superior room rate is IDR 567,000. This room is for up to 4 people. The bathroom has shower.
- Family rooms are for up to 6 people. The rate is IDR 783,000.
All the rates include taxes and fees. All of the rooms get toiletries and breakfast. Children under 10 years old are free of charge. Check-in time is from 2 pm, and check-out time is prior to 12 am.
Jelita Parahyangan Hotel gives warm services to all guests. They have 24-hour front desk, spacious parking lot, laundry and dry cleaning, room service, and wake-up call service. For business matters, they have meeting room and business center. To make the guests stay connected to the world, there is high speed wireless internet access available at the hotel. Jelita Parahyangan Hotel has convenient restaurant and café for having meals. They also offer cars for rent by the guests who want to enjoy the city without getting worn out using public transportations.
Staying at cheap hotel in Bandung does not mean you cannot enjoy your holiday. You can have it all if you choose Jelita Parahyangan Hotel as your travel mate during your stay in Bandung. Check out the information about Jelita Parahyangan Hotel on http://www.jelitaparahyanganbandung.com and reverse your room by calling +62-22-6031133.