Grand Mutiara Hotel Berastagi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Mutiara Hotel Berastagi Medan
Stay for 1 night. Hotel facilities and ammenities is OK, will stay here again if I visit Brestagi in future.
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... fruit smoothies or juices, sometimes an herbal tea, which are more attractive than alcoholic beverages. Fact. This made our first impressions of any business, great. And with gratitude. I highly advise hotels in the U.S. adopt this practice.
Because anywhere that's not a beach, volcano or busy street, you'll find rain forests. Therefore, the more bug spray (and vitamin B, a.k.a. "Beer") you have on or in you, the better. Also, avoid scented lotions ...
... food. The rice terraces were astonishing and the temples were beautiful but nothing compared to the temples we would soon come to see on Java. The scooter trip was great besides the small slip that Ivo had when attempting to turn the scooter. The breaks were clearly not as good as they should be and the tyres hadn’t been changed in centuries, thus Ivo hit the asphalt! Luckily it was only when starting the scooter so at a speed of 5 km/h. A few minor scratches and bruises were ...
... mild forms of Dutch colonial architecture near our hotel in the city centre... but it was definitely crumbling all right. Also, don't get us started on the hotel... paying more for a private double room here as we did for some lovely three star hotels elsewhere... we were pretty disappointed with this place. We turned up, exhausted and dripping with sweat, to the reception as a loud construction site, non-English speaking staff, no Wifi and smelly damp rooms. We even had ...
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... were no restaurants (only hotels and bakeries), with the only one in the book (supposedly open 24hrs a day) closed. We searched for tourist information and found only a small hut that was staffed by two Indonesians with barely any English, who kindly gave us maps, that we later realised were incorrect. Fed up and hungry, we ended up in the McDonalds of the local Plaza.
One aspect of Medan that was hard to get around was the lack of wifi or ...