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Jl. Tapak II no. 1 - 6 Kawasan Jatiland Business Center, Ternate 97721 Indonesia
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Welcome to Boulevard Hotel Ternate, your Ternate “home away from home.” Boulevard Hotel Ternate aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Ternate, Boulevard Hotel Ternate is located a short distance from Fort Tolukko (1.6 mi) and Kalamata Fort (1.7 mi).

Rooms at Boulevard Hotel Ternate offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience.

A concierge and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special.

If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to Royal's Resto and Function Hall or Pondok Katu, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Boulevard Hotel Ternate.

Should time allow, Sultan Ternate Mosque, Al Munawwaroh Ternate Great Mosque, and Nukila Park are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.

Boulevard Hotel Ternate puts the best of Ternate at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Dennenheuvel wrote a review Mar 2020
Heemstede Holland76 contributions79 helpful votes
As a result of an absurd decision by Wings Air, we were asked to leave the aircraft in Ternate, leaving the checked baggage, during the flight Manado-Ternate - Labuha. Help with finding a hotel and transportation was not provided by the company. Expected back at the airport at 05.00 the next morning. Ultimately, the Boulevard Hotel found us willing to accept us as a guest overnight. Simple small room of approx. 9 m2, including the shower and toilet. Traffic noise, noisy hotel, mainly aimed at Indonesian guests. Room had AC and the beds were clean. No restaurant and the promised early breakfast never seen. Staff was friendly. Proficiency in the English language was minimal.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Rahmad_3559 wrote a review May 2018
Banjarmasin4 contributions
First the hotel is so old. Then the air conditioner in my room is broken so i get upgrade room and it not free. I have pay 90.000 rp for upgrade n still get bad room. The air conditioner is leaking and the there is ant in the bed. And to put it worse when the electricity down the hotel doesnt have genset.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Travelled
Sabine L wrote a review Aug 2016
Cartagena, Spain45 contributions42 helpful votes
The hotel is absolutely overpriced. The rooms (and the whole hotel) smell of smoke because smoking is allowed everywhere in the hotel. The appliances are outdated, the bathroom smells bad, the sheets have stains and the tap water is salty. The standard rooms don't have windows and there are mosquitos in the rooms. Staff is nice (but don't speak any English) but they and the management don't have the least idea of how to run a hotel. The lobby is huge but there's no air conditioning. Wifi only works at times.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled
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ulfulf wrote a review Mar 2016
17 contributions4 helpful votes
Location is probably the main (or only) reason to choose this hotel. Air conditioned, but you have to wait some time for the "hot" water in the shower. The room is clean but basic, and not suited for anything else than sleeping. There is no point in paying extra for a window and "view". I actually think an inside room without "view" would have been more quiet, late night and early morning. The western "breakfast" was very very minimalistic: dry toast, sweet artificial red (strawberry?) jam, plus coffee. I slept well, and was treated nice, but I will still try another hotel next time.
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Date of stay: March 2016Trip type: Travelled
Yudi W wrote a review Jan 2016
246 contributions23 helpful votes
This hotel is an average hotel. The price is in average, their service also in average value. The neighborhood of this hotel not so supported the environment for staying. But, not so far from the local port.
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Travelled
indotravels wrote a review Nov 2015
Chiang Mai, Thailand28 contributions11 helpful votes
Stayed at the Boulevard Hotel for one night. Located 10-15 minutes from the airport and across the street from Jatiland Mall. Rooms are sufficiently spacious. One side of the hotel is directly across from a mosque, so expect an early morning wakeup call. TV and AC worked fine, but hot water was warm at best. No toilet paper in the bathrooms(!). Breakfast was Indonesian buffet style...not great, not terrible.
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Date of stay: November 2015
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Trip type: Travelled
Splashes321 wrote a review Jul 2015
18 contributions3 helpful votes
Good location - across from Mega Mall, park with lots of shade down the street, traditional market is close by. It's probably about a 10 minute drive to the airport. (I didn't pay that much attention to the time.) The staff were friendly and I was with someone who spoke the language, so I had limited interaction with the staff. There was only one day that I was there for breakfast and I hit it a little later. So, there was rice, a veggie dish and fish. I do not know if they offer more earlier or not. . . . Notes to western travelers who are not used to more remote 3rd world country locations: while my room didn't smell of cigarette smoke, smoking was allowed in the hotel. So, there were times when I definately smelled it in my room. This hotel is right across the street from a Mosque - that plays more than just the calls to prayer and plays the loudly (in my opinion). There is no shower curtain; fortunately, the shower handle comes off. You need to ask for towels, which the staff will provide with a smlie. (I do not know if they charge extra or not.) I needed to ask for extra toilet paper and found out the staff didn't know that word in English - no problem, I just walked down with the empty roll and they sent more up. They do provide 2 bottles of drinking water. If you want more, there is a Mega Mart in the Mega Mall across the street. Large bottles of water were about 4,500 rp or about 1/3 of a US $ as of this writing. The lighting in the rooms was quite dim and there was only 1 plug for charging. There is no plug in the bathroom and no hair dryer. Hot water is a little iffy. It seemed that you had a greater chance of getting it if you showered in the morning. The bathroom smelled noticably of sulfer. And, by US cleaning standards, the cleaning was rather sub-par. Also, I do not know if this was just my room or not, but I could not turn the air conditioning down or off. Fortunately, I'm from a cold climate, so I slept great! However, I did wear a sweater in my room when I was up and about. The sheets had minor stains on them; however, I did see staff changing them in the rooms, so I figured they were clean. And, I didn't have any bedbugs, so I was grateful for that. I did notice a mosquito in my room once, so you may want to have bug spray handy. However, I think most of this is pretty normal for Indonesian standards and I was grateful to have a room to sleep in.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Trip type: Travelled
ellegowo wrote a review May 2015
Yogyakarta, Indonesia32 contributions5 helpful votes
My room was new, and quite clean. The staff was warm and polite. With the sea just across the road, traditional market in walking distance, I enjoy stay here. Located in a commercial area, we can find almost everything we need in the proximity. The food was so so, but afterall the atmosphere was warm, I feel like home.
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Date of stay: June 2014Trip type: Travelled
Rusma wrote a review Feb 2015
Jakarta, Indonesia58 contributions16 helpful votes
I stayed here for a day for bussiness trip. The hotel location is right in the middle of the city, near to every city attraction within walking distance. Its quite new hotel, they just renovated it last year if i'm not mistaken but when i was there, the room is moldy with damp air and the painting fell over. Breakfast was standard, infact the menu food is overcooked and the waitress who supposed to serve us is rude. But, compared to other hotels in the city, i still think this is the most affordable and the most convinient location with decent price also.
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Date of stay: February 2015
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Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: if it possible, ask room in second or third floor since its the newly renovated one.
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Edwin Saragih wrote a review Feb 2015
New Delhi, India56 contributions14 helpful votes
A friend recommended this hotel but then it is a disasterous stay. Booked 1 night in a standard room and the room is without window. The bathroom fixtures are all rusty and the shower head holder is detached. No hot water during the stay and the reception told me it is being fixed and no dateline was given. Electricity was off more than 3 times and no one knew what was going on. Location is good but the hotel is badly managed.
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Date of stay: February 2015Trip type: Travelled
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Frequently Asked Questions about Boulevard Hotel Ternate
Which popular attractions are close to Boulevard Hotel Ternate?
Nearby attractions include Al Munawwaroh Ternate Great Mosque (0.2 km), Sultan Ternate Mosque (1.1 km), and Nukila Park (0.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Boulevard Hotel Ternate?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a lounge, room service, and kids activities.
What food & drink options are available at Boulevard Hotel Ternate?
Guests can enjoy a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Boulevard Hotel Ternate?
Conveniently located restaurants include Royal's Resto and Function Hall, Pondok Katu, and Barista Coffee Shop.
Does Boulevard Hotel Ternate have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Boulevard Hotel Ternate offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Boulevard Hotel Ternate located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Ternate.
Are any cleaning services offered at Boulevard Hotel Ternate?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Boulevard Hotel Ternate?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Tolukko (2.7 km) and Kalamata Fort (2.7 km).