I stayed here twice, not frequent enough due to some reasons. First time got there, I pretty much like the quiet neighbourhood. Near Cimanuk and Citarum, so if you're cafe addict, this place is for you. For me, I stayed there for the only reason that it's located 20 metres away from Bakso Mandeep, the one I like :). There were bunch of newly opened coffee shop, restaurants, and other culinary spots around.
The price was quite low, but the recent fare had already risen I thought. I'm not sure, but from what I experienced, hotel's fare in Bandung nowadays is uncontrollable, many times it is overprice. So be careful with that, Bandung.
Last time I got there, it's horrible. Kids were everywhere, with it's not-soundproofed room, all you here were kids and family loudly shouting and echoing through hallway to your room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled on a fertile plain surrounded by volcanoes, and long known as the 'Paris of the East', Bandung continues to beckon travelers with its cool climate and timeless charm.Located in the heart of the city and just a stone's throw from the Governor's office, an impressive neo-classical building affectionately known as Gedung Sate, Amaris Cimanuk Bandung is the ideal base from which to explore the unique delights of this highland city. ... more less
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