Travelers looking for budget hotels in Jakarta can opt to stay at D'Primahotel Wtc Mangga Dua, which has room rates from 22US$ per night. To be within walking distance of Al Barokah, book a room at Grand Batik Inn, a budget-friendly choice that is less than 15 minutes' walk away. Situated in West Jakarta district, The Packer Lodge Hostel offers simple accommodation about a 15-minute walk from Toserba Yogya Mal Mangga Dua.
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Not far from Halim Perdanakusuma airport lies Best Western Premier The Hive, an idyllic 4-star hotel with an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and tubing. If you want to stay close to Jl. Merdeka Selatan railroad station and have the option to explore surrounding areas by train, think over Aryaduta Jakarta, a budget accommodation only a 10-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If it's your first time visiting Jakarta, consider staying downtown at Swiss-Belresidences Rasuna Epicentrum or Airy Kebon Jeruk Kpbd 11 Jakarta, where you'll be near Mushola An Nur Syafaat. For travelers who want to experience the vibes of downtown Jakarta, we recommend to stay at centrally situated 1 Bedroom The Wave Epicentrum By Travelio or Residences By Reddoorz @ Guntur Raya Setiabudi. For visitors planning to travel to West Jakarta district of Jakarta, consider staying at Amaris Hotel Juanda, with a room rate starting from 39US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Jakarta
The posh 4-star Grandkemang is a 30-minute walk from STIE Widya Persada. Hotel Gran Mahakam is rated as one of the best boutique hotels in Jakarta, offering views over the sea. Reddoorz Plus @ Patal Senayan is a top-rated chain hotel in South Jakarta district, and is situated within easy reach of National Museum.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you are visiting Jakarta with their families, book an apartment next to Mushola An Nur Syafaat, such as Residences By Reddoorz @ Guntur Raya Setiabudi and Reddoorz Plus Near Manggarai Station 3. The Cupcake Suites is a B&B situated a 10-minute walk from The Plaza Semanggi. If you are visiting Jakarta with your family, choose a hotel like Midtown Residence Simatupang Jakarta near Ragunan Orchid Garden, a kid-friendly hotel that contains free self-parking, a tennis court and an outdoor swimming pool. Merlynn Park Hotel is an elegant resort hotel set less than a 20-minute walk from Thamrin.
City Guide: Discover the best of Jakarta
Jakarta is a reflection of true Indonesian life.
If you want to experience Indonesia with all its ups and downs, there is no escape from its capital - Jakarta. Sprawling for miles, this city at first reminds you of another smoggy metropolis, but afterwords turns into once in a lifetime experience.
A gateway to Indonesian lifestyle, Jakarta is as must. Your trip there have never been easier than now with Booked.net. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Jakarta to one packed with luxuries all available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms.
Jakarta evolved into a city of cultural happenings from a cluster of cheap dining choices in Chinatown to its notorious bars after-dark. Anything but sensible by night, Jakarta makes up for it by day with a host of famous museums and galleries.
Museum Nasional has rich collections of prehistoric, ethnographic and archaeological relics
Monas, the most famous monument in the center of Merdeka square
Presidential Palace, an official residence of the Indonesian president
Jalan Surabaya offers shopping experiences at the open-air antique market
Ragunan Zoo covers 185ha of land with more than 3,600 species
While touring Jakarta, you will notice that all its places gradually provide an insight to its bygone days. The city of Jakarta was brought to life by a brave campaign. As soon as Prince Fatahillah captured the Portuguese fortress in 1527, this place has won its name of Jayakarta meaning "great victory".
Not long from its Portuguese origins, Jakarta changed hands to the Dutch. It brought changes like intensive trading, a series of canals and railways to the city. Despite the business, the relations grew strained and led to a massacre of 5000 Chinese by Dutch residents. The tensions were solved with the independence in 1945 when Jakarta became a capital of independent Indonesian nation.
During the years of independence Jakarta suffered the most from the meltdown in the 1990s. Public demonstrations and food shortages hit the town. If in its early years Jakarta was a point of troubles, today it has turned in to the epicenter of renewal projects.
Jakarta's skyline gets its second wind today and reflects true Indonesian identity. The point is that Jakarta is anything but monocultural and instead it is a real melting pot of Maluku, Balinese, Madurese and Timorese cultures.
Diverse in both culture and architecture, Jakarta is a bustling city to tour with Booked.net.