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Centro City Service Apartment

Jl. Macan Kav 4-5 Duri Kepa Daan Mogot, Jakarta 11510 Indonesia
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#440 of 1,123 hotels in Jakarta

See why so many travelers make Centro City Service Apartment their hotel of choice when visiting Jakarta. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.

As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.

Guests have access to a concierge while staying at Centro City Service Apartment. In addition, Centro City Service Apartment offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Jakarta trip additionally gratifying.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Jakarta, Centro City Service Apartment is located a short distance from RPTRA Kalijodo (2.0 mi) and Mesjid Jami Angke Al-Anwar (2.6 mi).

While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Saung Grenvil Restaurant, Seafood 38, and Angke Chinese Food, all of which are a short distance from Centro City Service Apartment.

If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Taman Suropati, Taman Menteng, or Taman Waduk Pluit, which are popular parks amongst tourists.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Centro City Service Apartment as you experience all of the things Jakarta has to offer.

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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Non-smoking hotel
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Dy A wrote a review Mar 2017
Probolinggo, Indonesia27 contributions2 helpful votes
I stay here with a friend for 1 night. The room picture with the real is totally different. The room is very dirty, the wall is dirty, bed sheet, pillow sheet and bed cover very dirty. For towel, you must bring it coz' its dirty and smeel too. Swimming pool nice but need to clean often so it would be more nice. Breakfast is bad. Really bad.
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Date of stay: March 2017Trip type: Traveled with friends
Flora241176 wrote a review Jan 2017
singapore38 contributions3 helpful votes
The room is dirty..the bed sheet dirty n towel you have to asked for change as well with room clean up..they do not change n clean up id you DO NOT ASKED..even your stay 4 nights..not recommeded..breakfast terrible..coffee is cold n tea with oil mark..you should consider before book this please..i could say almost no service.
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Date of stay: January 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
Bang Hot wrote a review Aug 2016
Serpong, Indonesia51 contributions25 helpful votes
I guess i am one of the lucky ones when it comes to room selection in this "basically rundowned" establishment. Especially after having booked a room without reading the reviews beforehand. From the moment I passed the main entrance into the Apartment, I can see that groundkeeping is not on their roster. The Parking: Parking areas are barren wastelands, and the basement parking seems like something from a horror movie. Chipped tiles... cracked floors... odd smell of sewage pipes and that eary sound that TL lights make when they blink eratically. No lift from basement, only via stairs which are in dire need of repairs. Climbing up the stairs is a challenge itself. The Lobby: Represents the whole mood of this building; slow death... The colors are gloomy... the smell of old carpet and aging wallpaper glue fits the bill real nice. Ample old smelly sofas await to cuddle you with their unique blend of 1000-people aroma. The Staff: I didnt speak to them in english so I cannot rate their fluency. They are friendly and helpful and if you posess that intimidating persona, you can definitely bend them to your will. Try It ! LoL.. The Surroundings: To get to the elevators, I had to walk across a gloomy hallway past several rooms with glass partitions/doors. You can definitely see that this building is on its way downhill. Old chairs and ruined tables give you a glimpse how cafe and restaurants do do well here (aka closed permanently). Near the elevator sits a security guard with a pleasant gesture that is full of meaning. To go up to the room, you need to use the magnetic keycard however to get into your room, you are given a normal doorkey. Very impractically and bothersome. The Room: Its sufficient from the basic need to rest. But the lighting is a bit dim despite the many lightbulbs that can be found. Its to do with the wallpaper, paint or coverings that are aged and have accumulated yellowish tint from God knows what. My room was on the 11th floor. Very quite. And the AC worked fine and during the wee early hours proved quite cold. The best thing about this room: the shower in the bathroom. The bathroom was clean, no leftover hairs clogging up the drainage and the soap and other amenities prove that housekeeping did their job. Towels are clean and the hot shower provided constant flow of water no matter how long you turn it on. Good Job here!! No sudden bursts of coldwater, just continuous supply of hotwater to help you unwind. Yes, please DO spend most of your time showering. The bed was ok but the cleanliness of the bedsheets could be improved. Other facilities such as furnishing and storage are quite ample especially for the single traveller. 2 complimentary bottles water is provided and the empty minibar is adequate to chill them within hours. TV channels are crystal-clear and the tv can be used for playing usb content. All is well in this department. So did I get a good nights sleep? YES The Breakfast: Very minimalistic assortment of foods to choose from. It'll get you past lunchtime no problem. But dont expect to be pampered here. Its the most basic of indo menus. The padded chairs do provide a much needed comfort to help you get past breakfast selection. And since it is semi outdoors, you can have your meal while watching people swim in the pool. The pool itself seems geared towards children so adults will struggle to swim in a meter or so deep pool. At best its simply waterplay. Overall, my goal to get a good nights rest and a warm shower was fulfilled. No frills accomodation that gets the job done. Its a functional hotel not a weekend retreat let alone a honeymoon getaway. Read the other reviews and see which style of reviewer best meets your expectations. I initially regretted booking before reading the reviews but was suprised to find how lucky I was to get a descent room despite how bad some reviews make it out to be. I stayed in room 1110. Maybe if you should decide to book this place, go for this number. Overall for this price you maybe able to get a newer establishment such as fave hotel chains but that all depends on your immediate requirements especially related to your geographical needs to reach places. My basic needs were fulfilled but my holiday dream getaway is certainly by far will not be this place. An IBIS chain hotel is across the busy street, you could also check that out as an alternative should you decide this area is a destination in your list of things to visit. Hope my fair review helps you out. This is a "serviced" apartment that is intended for unit owners wishing to make money from their investment. Individual standards of unit maintenance certainly proves this if you read all the bad reviews. Some owners couldn't care less about how their unit is taken care of by the hotel management whilsts others pay more attention. Hence the uneven level of cleanliness and condition of each units.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Traveled solo
Syeda Saima wrote a review Aug 2016
Dhaka City, Bangladesh2 contributions
I checked into this hotel on the 30th July night. We had a short visit in Jakarta. Firstly, the hotel's location is very inconvenient as we had to spend alot of money on the transportation to go to the malls like tanah abang, manngga dua and even National Monument. Simply put, the hotel was in the village side of Jakarta and was indeed very far from the city centre. Secondly, the rooms! Very different from the pictures we saw online. Very small, congested, the building itself was old. The AC took around half the night to cool. Wifi didn't work, the telephone didnt work which was a huge problem as we needed the internet and communicate with my family in the other rooms to discuss about places of interest to visit. The room tiles were shaking, some broken. The girl at the reception just had one aspect: looking pretty. She couldn't speak English and she always looked confused whenever we asked her something. Breakfast was included in our room rate but guess what? Only 5 items in "buffet" breakfast. Absolutely disappointing and disgusting. Overall we learnt a lesson to never again book a hotel based on its looks. We should have carefully assessed everything about the hotel like its location, when it was built, quality of breakfast buffets, reading reviews before wasting our hard earned money on this hotel. Please don't book here and save your money for a more worthwhile hotel.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
AndrewSantoso wrote a review Jun 2016
Jakarta, Indonesia46 contributions32 helpful votes
Lobby is clean and breakfast is standard budget hotel but the corridor and lift seems so dirty The hotel interior is so minimalist and the furniture is so budget Bed cover is not clean but the water in shower is pretty good (not slow) If you want to stay here, please ask the receptionist for good room, because i once given by receptionist a smoking room and it's terrible
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Date of stay: March 2016Trip type: Traveled solo
$62 - $64 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Centro City Service Apartment
What are some of the property amenities at Centro City Service Apartment?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Centro City Service Apartment?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Centro City Service Apartment?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Centro City Service Apartment?
Conveniently located restaurants include Koultoura Coffee, Saung Grenvil Restaurant, and Tsurukamedou.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Centro City Service Apartment?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does Centro City Service Apartment have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Centro City Service Apartment offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to Centro City Service Apartment?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Jakarta Old Town (3.6 miles), Candra Naya Building (3.2 miles), and Lapangan Banteng (4.3 miles).