Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
Most people arriving in Bandung choose to stay in the central part of town near the train station for the convenience of connecting transport. While this may sound like a good idea, the centre of the city is an ugly place with noisy traffic, pollution and unattractive surrounds. We recommend staying away from the train station if budget permits and you're comfortable catching an angkot or taxi to your accommodation.
Cheap modern hotelJalan Cihampelas 171, Bandung
T: (022) 8206 2688;
We felt comfortable immediately upon entering this extremely modern hotel on the busy Jalan Cihampelas, close to the Cihampelas Walk mall; the reason turning out to be that it's run by a group that ... Read the full review of Amaris Hotel.
Stunning quality and valueJalan Progo no.14, Bandung
T: (022) 421 2582;
Opening in July 2011, the impressive Hummingbird Guesthouse is a bright, well-lit and beautifully designed boutique hotel in one of the quieter areas of town. The rooms have massive beds with quality ... Read the full review of Hummingbird Guesthouse.
Dodgy location, great valueJalan Cassa No. 2, Bandung
T: (022) 200 5822; F: (022) 200 6372
Renovated in 2011, Cassadua is the kind of place you end up in after making a mistake with your hotel booking -- mainly because it is located in a part of town that doesn't have any redeeming ... Read the full review of Cassadua Hotel.
A breath of fresh airJalan Marjuk No. 11, Bandung
T: (022) 423 0831;
Sometimes finding a hotel in Bandung that represents good value for money feels like an impossible challenge, with a plethora of places offering old rooms at inflated prices. The bizarrely named Mine ... Read the full review of Mine Home Hotel.
Clean budget optionJalan Pasirkaliki No. 84, Bandung
T: (022) 4235451;
This basic option in the central part of Bandung is conveniently located close to the Istana Plaza mall, angkots travelling to Lembang for onward journeys to Tangkuban Parahu and a 15-minute walk ... Read the full review of Hotel Pelangi Indah.Under 150,000 Rp 1 vote Backpacker
Nothing flash, but cheapJalan Ence Azis 34, Gardujati
T: (022) 4201980;
Unique Guesthouse is the sort of place that can inspire nightmares if it's your first night in Indonesia. The mosque blares through the thin windows at 04:30 with so much vigour that even the ... Read the full review of Unique Guesthouse.Under 150,000 Rp 1 vote Backpacker
Close to train stationJalan Marjuk no. 4-6, Bandung
T: (022) 420 7850; F: (022) 426 0427
The main reason for choosing to stay at Hotel Serena is for its proximity to the train station, its genuine hotel feel and the value for money on offer. Rooms are well-maintained, clean and have ... Read the full review of Hotel Serena.
Doesn't feel homeyJalan Cihampelas 222, Bandung
T: (022) 204 3695;
The rooms here are a little tired looking, but are functional and reasonable value given the price. The bathrooms have hot water but are marred by soap scum and a general dingy look and the showers ... Read the full review of Cihampelas Hotel 2.
Peaceful locationJalan Progo no.6, Bandung
T: (022) 9337 3223;
This is an older hotel with aging furniture, old TVs and styling reminiscent of an 80s hotel that hasn't been renovated -- exactly what this place is. All the rooms have big beds, although some are ... Read the full review of Hotel Progo.
A few rough edgesJalan H. Akbar No. 12, Bandung
T: (022) 424 0672; F: (022) 426 0288
Not to be confused with Unique Guesthouse on the other side of the train tracks, this older style hotel sports a range of features that you'd expect in this price range, but a few rough edges let ... Read the full review of Hotel Unik.
Reasonable cheapyJalan Cihampelas 240, Bandung
T: (022) 203 3425;
The first word that sprung to mind as we descended the stairs to the basement to view the first room was dungeon. Impressions didn't change much upon viewing the room, where a lack of windows gave ... Read the full review of Cihampelas Hotel 1.
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