What Type of Accommodation to Book In Bogor?May 11, 2020
Nestled in Java, Indonesia, Bogor owes its charm to its relaxing ambience and cool weather. However, the place receives more local tourists than that of the international ones. So this gives you a chance to visit a picturesque, lesser crowded alternative to the crowded tourist hotspots. Moreover, you can reach Bogor from Jakarta, the capital well within an hour if you travel by train.
Staying At Bogor
Bogor is primarily a weekend tourist hotspot and an ideal option for a weekend extravaganza. However, it is never a bad idea to stay there for a day or two. There are different types of accommodations available in the small town. If you want to stay in a resort, then there are some comfortable and luxurious lodging options that offer an array of amenities, such as:
- Free parking
- Free WiFi internet connection
- Workout room/ gym
- Complimentary breakfast
- Family-friendly and kids friendly activities
- Car hire
- Lounge/ bar with classy champagne and wine
- Banquet halls
- Couple massage, feet massage or full body massage services
- Bar bque facility
- Non-smoking zone
- Laundry, ironing and baggage storage
- 24/7 security
- Round the clock room service
The Rooms Feature
The best in the line Hotel Bogor offers a number of amenities that includes:
- Air conditioners
- Private Balcony
- Bottled water
- Flat-screen TV
- Stocked-up refrigerator
However, depending on your budget, you can choose between suites and family rooms. There are a number of family-friendly hotels available in Bogor.
Staying In Unconventional Lodgings
A few properties also offer Mongolian tent hire for tourists in Bogor. While they are might not be an exact replication of Mongolian tents, but they are just the thing in Indonesia for that extra dose of thrill and adventure.
If tents are not your thing, then you also have the option of hiring holiday homes. If you want some quality secluded time, then consider choosing from the Japanese cottages and English-styled homes.
Bogor has a lot of wilderness to offer to the nature lover. If you are going for a jungle safari, then you have the option of ‘glamping’ or upscale camping. That means you can live in camps that have plush sofas, beds, attached toilets, and even air conditioners for that extra comfort amidst the forest.