It is a well preserved hotel in the middle of the city. They’re well aware of the instagram/travel blog effects so there are many Instagram-able spots all over the property. Note that this is not a hotel with authentic antiques like Hotel Majapahit in Surabaya or Tugu in Malang, so architecture and history buffs, beware. Like I said before, the furniture and ambiance are designed for good instagram pictures.
Staff are friendly and helpful. They took time to talk to talk to guests and gives good recommendations, and I observed this with reception and restaurant staff alike. I had packages delivered to the hotel and the staff took care of them smoothly. Their hospitality is much appreciated.
The room is tiny but well stocked. There were coffee/tea station with electric kettle, free bottled water and cold teh kotak (in the fridge), and complete toiletries. The bed was comfortable, extensive selection of TV channels and stable wifi connection. The bathroom was cramped due to a separate shower box taking most of the space. I would recommend to take off the box entirely because it’s so hard to manuever in it and water keep seeping through the door anyway.
I’ll recommend this hotel to those who want to try non-chain hotels. The service was great it’ll make up for the tiny room.
- Free Wifi