The Aryaduta Hotel & Country Club
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Aryaduta Hotel & Country Club Jakarta
My husband has been living here for over a month, and while I have just joined him this week, we still have two weeks left here. His company put him here but we are so glad they did. The hotel has a wonderful, diverse breakfast- Indonesian, American and British. All the restaurants and meals have been wonderful. A huge mall is just a block down the street. It has everything you could want/need, including tons of restaurants. This place has the most beautiful pool area, it is like a private island. Nice gym and wonderful locker room, jacuzzi, steam room. Oh and an hour massage was only like 20 bucks! Wonderful!
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... go our way for one, and they finally did! The hotel is lush, just like one you stay at on a package holiday! Air con, nice shower, big bed, big room, good view breakfast included, and best of all, no bed bugs! As soon as we put our bags down we headed straight out to get some food for Nathan! We went to a massive food court which was fab! It was a big circle of street food shops on the outside and loads of tables in the middle full of the local people. So ...