Tiara Medan Hotel & Convention Center
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Tiara Medan Hotel & Convention Center
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Tiara Medan Hotel & Convention Center
Travel Blogs from Medan
... would soon have to get used too. A couple of hours later we finally arrived at our hotel, for 25$ dollars a night it was extremely nice. In our last days in Perth we had become used to paying 30$ for a 10 man dorm-room, so a private double ensuite hotel room was a warm welcome. However we did realize that we would not be able to afford such luxury every night! We had been advised to stay away from Kuta, hence the reason we immediately headed up north. We ended up spending 4 days ...
... Australian in my mind... and my Southeast Asia travel book does not even attempt to say much positive about this place. It even also mentions the above Australian dude's question often rendering the response... "Ah Medan, mate... hands down". They do not really bother to paint a pretty picture, but assure us the city still has "a hint of crumbling Dutch colonial charm".... why use the word 'crumbling'?! Still does not make me want to go there. To be fair... you could see ...
... and to take in the sights. We were so impressed, KL is such a nice city because it's clean and modern. While walking we found a supermarket and bought a new kettle. This was a significant upgrade on the old one. After shopping we heading back to chinatown for some dinner. We had an early night after a long couple of days after having a cup of tea and finishing off our favourite Indonesian ...
... at the hotel. Given that after the flights all we wanted was a shower, some deodorant and a change of clothes, it was pretty much guaranteed that when we opened the bag, all it contained was a tent, sleeping bags, medical supplies and spare bike parts.The airline completely redeemed themselves though by getting the rest of our gear on the next Medan flight out of KL and delivering them to the hotel by Wednesday evening.
Thursday was a day of bike reassembly. ...
... another blog. This past week Rick has been on standby so when he hasn't been called in we walked down to Merdeka Walk and had some dinner. The food was very delicious. I had some variation of nasi along with dim sum. Rick had a hot plate which included egg, chicken and what tasted like an enchilada red sauce. Too spicy for me, but tasty. After dinner we stopped at an Indomart and grabbed a couple beers which we took to the pool and lounged in a cabana (as ...