How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kristal Jakarta
This hotel has become my second home over years. The staff always remember me even as I have grown up and changed. Prices are on the rise with competition on the way but that still wont stop me from popping in even when not staying here.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kristal Jakarta
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... the rest of the day walking around the city sector belonging to the area my accommodation was at. I ended the day by watching another movie at the cinema.
The next day, now my last in Jakarta, i decided to go to Ancol Dreamland which lies on the northern waterfront of the city. I used the TransJakarta public buses to get here. It was 40,000 R (£2) for a limited use pass, which hadn't expired even after using 5 buses to get there and back. While i didn't make full use ...
... Fikri, the end of Ramadan. The hotel clerk told us that, mostly likely boats will not work on Id. We absolutely did not want to stay in Jakarta, so we freaked out a little bit, and got on the computer to start researching. Ideally, we would have liked to go and stay on one of the islands. But the prices were exorbitant, even by American or European standards. Plus, there was no availability anywhere on the islands. Although it was the weekend of Id-ul-Fikri, we ...
Well, the second flight WAS painless, but my bad luck isn't quite over yet. After waiting an hour in line to get through customs, I finally made it downstairs to the baggage carousel. At this point there were only a few more suitcases from my flight that needed to be claimed, and as I watched each passing bag, a sense of doom and dread washed over me. Eventually the sign ...
... photos of or group snorkelling with fish dancing around us. We spent the evenings eating at the local market, a few stalls around a small square which was the central and most busiest part of the island, yet we were just a couple of the handful of tourists to be seen. Our trip ended with a peaceful sunset on the same beach that we had visited on our first day. We were very sad to leave Karimunjawa and the Coconut House, and agreed that we could have stayed there a ...
... and practices. So the museum had a lot of crazy stuff in it that was completely foreign to me. I sat down on the steps to collect myself after it was done and I THOUGHT I packed everything up.
On my way home, I guess I forgot to zip up my bag and my camera fell out. I was glad my wallet and passport didn't fall out too. I ...