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Hotel Kuretakeso Kemang

Jl. Bangka Raya No. 7A Kemang, Jakarta 12730 Indonesia
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#173 of 981 hotels in Jakarta
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One of the Kuretakeso Hotel Chain Group in overseas. Our Hotel is the first hotel in Jakarta with full Japanese concept as it’s directly managed by Kuretakeso Japan.
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Edmund Frost wrote a review Nov 12
Jakarta, Indonesia51 contributions
1. The location was so strategic. It was located in Bangka, where you could find the traditional market and many street foods there. It was also next to Kemang which offers many restaurants, bars, and nightlives. Unfortunately, it wasn’t accessible by public transportation, alternatively you might choose Taxis or other online transportations. 2. The room wasn’t so spacious, yet so compact. I booked a Deluxe King Room. The atmosphere was filled with Japanese vibes. It was also clean and fresh. The interior was dominated with young-woods on the bedstead, work desk, cabinets, TV backdrop, and paint backdrop, completed with a pale brown parquet on the floor. There were 2 large drawers inside the bedstead to put your luggage. A wooden board was attached on the wall to hang your jackets/outwears. A beautiful paint of an old era of Japan embellished the wall. A red curtain hid a small window behind it, where you could see a beautiful panorama. It really showed that Japanese could be so efficient in utilizing a room. I literally felt so cozy and homey. 3. The bathroom was so small, yet again, so efficient. It was dominated with white colors. The wall and the floor were made of fiberglass, it made the room not so slippery. The sink and toilet were made of ceramic, yet the bathtub was made of plastic. The toilet itself had so many buttons to set the power of the water flow and temperatures. The bathtub was small but quite deep, so you could lie down and cuddle up with the hot water to relax. There was an electricity box next to the sink which had a cover to prevent any water splash, so you could use the hairdryer/shaver. Unfortunately, the hairdryer itself was placed inside the cabinet next to the work desk, and not inside the bathroom. 4. Unfortunately, the restaurant was closed during the New Normal Transition. I saw many good pictures on the internet and was hoping that one day I could enjoy my breakfast there. They did serve breakfast to my room. I had a simple breakfast of bento with various healthy and tasty menus that I really enjoyed. 5. The hotels’ attendants were nice, friendly, and helpful. I couldn’t wait to have a night or two in other chances ahead. It was a peaceful and joyful place to stay.
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Date of stay: November 2020
Room Tip: Can't wait for more!
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threed_images wrote a review Aug 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia185 contributions6 helpful votes
This hotel has a typical interior and modern Japanese architecture. The staff is friendly enough, the lobby to the elevator to the room feels a modern Japanese atmosphere. The rooms are very minimalist and simple. not too much space. The bed is quite comfortable, even though the sound of the room is heard on the wall. there is a food cooler, quite helpful for storing food. bathroom, very satisfied ... rarely does the shower run fast enough for this hotel level, as well as hot water and the bathtub. For breakfast, my favorite miso soup...taste was nice 👍🏻. In conclusion, I’m definitely will come again!!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
BelleMeetsWorld wrote a review Jun 2020
Paris, France32 contributions36 helpful votes
Hotel Owner: Your Front Desk does not care about income/image of your hotel.. Winarsih, your Front Desk, answered without even emphasizing to my Accident Report. The best she could come up with: "Well, it's weekend." The first room I stayed in (416) assigned by Ms. Winarsih: hair was everywhere. Wall was what you saw from the window (though I requested for High Floor on my Trip Note). I intended not to complain. I was awoken by the couple whose bed's next to my wall. With red-eyed, groggy from their noises waking me up uncomfortably, I had to come down to request for a Room Change. I then stayed in 615: from 11 PM to 2:30 AM, I had to call the Security twice. The room next to me apparently thought it's a Concert Hall. They played songs loudly (ironically though thin-walled, the rooms are equipped with a JBL Speaker. Most moronic Interior Design?). They talked, laughed, screamed: basically living a life. Only my sleep had to be sacrificed. They only stopped after 2:30 AM when the Security had to come up knocking on their door for the second time. Ms. Winarsih, a Guest should not to have to fight for right to rest. if I want to party, I would stay in Monopoli Hotel, the Great-Gatsby of Jakarta. The hip hotel. Your hotel has branded itself with the Japanese Zen-inspired interior so surely I had hopes that people would be ethical? Are you trying to tell me to go try other hotels instead of yours? Make that clearer to the people you work for and see how they will respond.
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Date of stay: June 2020
Nadiya Julianti wrote a review Apr 2020
Jakarta, Indonesia2 contributions2 helpful votes
A really nice place to stay, the room (both Executive and Tatami room) is indeed small but really comfortable. Provided with JBL speaker, hair dryer, and bathtub with hot water in every room. There's no problem at all with the WIFI. TV channel also provide Youtube access. Restaurant and room service only served until 12 AM tho. Most of the menu is Japanese but taste really delicious even for Indonesian. Only few options for room service menu, better dine in the restaurant. I haven't tried the onsen and the breakfast yet. But overall is a great place to stay. Really recommended.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Laras Ariani wrote a review Dec 2019
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went there for weekend staycation. first impression was not so nice because we arrived when the electricity was off, so when we first parked, it was so dark in the parking lot (basement) and we had to walk to the lobby (lift was off). fortunately the main building was using generation set. I really love the room, it's not so spacey but it fits everything. such an inspiration for small room decoration. the bedroom and bathroom were so clean. the bathroom is very small but it has bathtub, and japanese-style toilet. the manga corner is nice, although the collections was limited, and most of it in japanese language. the breakfast was little bit of disappointment. i had high expectations for the breakfast, but i was disappointed because the food was not warm, especially the miso soup. and the variation was limited.
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Date of stay: October 2019
$32 - $48 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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