Manhattan Hotel

Address: Jl. Prof. Dr. Satrio-Casablanca no. 1, Kuningan, Jakarta, Java, 12950, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Jakarta Barat area of Jakarta, is near Kraton (Keraton), Museum Bank Indonesia, Jalan Malioboro, and Kota Gede.
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    Travel Blogs from Jakarta

    Jakarta - a long entry for 5 days

    A travel blog entry by ashishbeke on Jul 16, 2015

    ... and if we had to drive it was just better to hire a car with a driver. I told her that, and she didn't argue. We spent the next 4 hours exploring different options to go to, such as Pelabuhan Ratu and Lesung XX beaches. But we were just not able to find a place to stay there. We got a quote from our hotel, and even the car drop to those places was going to cost $80. Finally, at 10 am, after four hours of searching online, we gave up. We were both disappointed. ...

    Java & Bali (Indonesia part I)

    A travel blog entry by hannahandtim on Jul 13, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    We've been travelling for a long time now. Ten months in fact, and we knew we were entering what was likely to be the penultimate country of our trip, and arguably the most complex of them all: Indonesia.

    We like to think we know what to look out for to ensure as smooth a journey for ourselves as possible now and when to avoid places, if necessary. We landed in Jakarta at about midnight, took an official 'Bluebird' taxi to Big Hotel which we'd pre-booked, and checked in with ...

    Jakarta, a City of Contrasts

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Feb 19, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... schooners. Made out of ironwood, the ships are the last wind-powered fleet in the world and are used to transport goods between the many islands of the Indonesian archipelago. We watched as they were loading and unloading cargo using man-power rather than machinery. We drove through old Batvia (Kota Tua) with its many old Dutch buildings on our way to the traditional "wet market" where we took a walk, passing vendors selling everything from flowers to fruits and ...

    Jakarta -day 12

    A travel blog entry by eiry on Jul 27, 2014

    2 photos

    ... the monument and watched the chaos unfold. After an hour or so, we then headed back to the hotel. We were in the room and all you could hear was fireworks and singing from the mosque, the end of Ramadan celebrations. So we went upstairs to the rooftop to watch, and also see the lightening. We wandered over the street food corner, and they weren't lying about it being full of street food stalls! We sat down at one in amongst all of ...

    First weekend in Jakarta

    A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Jul 05, 2014

    38 photos

    ... when you take the bus it is actually gender segregated. Women sit in the front and men pile in like sardines in the back. At first I was a little irritated, I mean, really??? But after a day walking around town in a modest tank top, I learned why. I was happy to be rid of all the crazy creeps, if even it was only on the bus.

    I don't know what they say to me, but the sound the men make is horrible. They yell and make sounds like monkeys or dogs, ...