We stayed in this hotel during peak season around new years eve, after trying over 30 hotels before finally finding a room at the Grand Sargede. The hotel is nestled at the back of the block, so its hard to see from the road, and you could almost miss it. The staff were friendly, some english speaking. An old building though, and could use some renovations and a general tidy. Rooms were adequate with AC and television, but I had a dodgy toilet that liked to run all night and a shower that sprayed all over the place ( hot water is included here, but sometimes took a couple of minutes to warm up) Some paint had come off the walls, but i didn't expect luxury at the price of around 400,000 per night ( i think off peak season would be a bit cheaper) The hotel is situated about 75 minute walk from the main shopping area of the city, or a 10 minute taxi ride.
Stayed two nights, the breakfast one morning being a simple but tasty conglomeration of indonesian food. The second morning must have been the chef's day off as it was not of the same standard
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