Le Grandeur Mangga Dua
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Le Grandeur Mangga Dua
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Grandeur Mangga Dua Jakarta
Travel Blogs from Jakarta
We took the TransJakarta but to the historical heart of Kota and went to what we thought was the Bank Indonesia museum; turns out it was Bank Mandiri museum. The interior, funiture and decor have been left as it was since its construction in the 18th Century. We searched for leftovers down in the basement safes but all we found was an eerie silence as we were the only 2 there.
We Followed this by a trip to where we were meant to be which was the museum next ...
... on a cinema screen though I think and maybe a 4/10 for chances of me watching it again. The cinema here is so cheap, it costs about £3 for a seat, which were very comfortable and £4 for medium popcorn and three drinks, makes a big difference to home!! My second week has brought some great new challenges and the chance to meet some lovely new people. Maybe by week 3 I won't be bring so floored by the heat on a daily basis and have some energy to experience Jakarta's ...
... at him. When we arrived at the airport, we legged it inside, barged our way past old ladies with our bulging backpacks through airport security, politely had to get past the creepy security officer who was trying to chat me up, and managed to get on our flight within 2 actual minutes before it was going to take off. That my friends, is what you call lucky! We have nearly missed our flights about 3 times now (mainly due to Nick being a pleb) but have always managed to get ...
A couple of day here (with the first one just recuperating) and we had enough. We went to the main train station to get a ticket out of here (the night trains are apparently reliable and comfortable) and were told that no tickets were available for the next 3 days, a consequence of too many people living in a too crowded space. The only other time I experienced that was in China, and indeed it is the most populated country in the world.
So guess what? ...
... they're still no wooden hut. Turns out that there are millions of things to do there, so maybe there's no rush to move on to KL We go down to the chinese restaurant in the hotel for food. We have an incident where we're directed to the non-chinese restaurant, get up, wander out, wander back through as that's where the chinese is, check the menu of the chinese restaurant, and then get told by some very confused staff that the Chinese one is closed. Clearly there's got ...