Very comfort staying at Amaris Hotel Cilegon

Eventually we didn’t plan to stay here but it was book from my Indonesia friends’.  So we stay here just for 1 night before going back to Malaysia. This hotel just open last year and of course all the facilities still new and fresh from oven hahah. The concept like 2nd class hotel but the interior like Tune Hotel. If you have experience staying at Tune Hotel you know how the concept and the interior look alike.
According to the leaflet hotel, one of Banten province’s major industrial cities and home to Krakatau Steel, the largest steel factory in South East Asia. Cilegon also known as Kota Baja or ‘Steel City’. The city is also close to Merak harbar, a vital link in the island chain and the gateway to Sumatera. Cilegon has a number of place to visit such as Mount Batu Lawang, Mount  Batur, Krakatau Country Club, Merak Island, and Anyer Beach. The world famous Kraktau volcano is an easy boat ride away.
The hotel located at Jalan Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa and accessible by toll from Jakarta. Amaris Hotel Cilegon is close to shopping malls such as Cilegon Supermall, Cilegon Plaza Mandiri, Giant Hypermarket, and Krakatau Junction.
The hotel created to meet the needs of the modern-day urban profesional every Amaris hotel offers a stylish yet affordable alternative, complet with modern amenties and profesional service. We staying there during the opening rate RP 449,000 (35 USD)  including breakfast. For more info you guys can check at www.amarishotel.com.
Actually I never heard about Banten or Cilegon city in Jakarta, so this is our first time and hope next time we will explore more about the beautiful of this place.
My breakfast

 

 

reception area

 

Dining area

 

 

 

 

 

The food not for stomach only but for you to know about the food.

 

 

 

 

Post at map of  chain Aramis Hotel

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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