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Stayed at camping ground.
The camp was clean with hot shower available. We enjoyed the bonfire and midnight snack. Rise early to catch the sunrise and take a dip in the hotspring pool. Nice natural music from the river. Great fun for kids.
I came to this hotel with my family, it has lot space room but when you came here on holiday you shall book it first early to get the rooms, hotel rooms absolutely good view, old hotel but well maintained, parking area large enough, lobby...More
Best option in the area, do not expect any luxury service.
Cheap furniture in the bedroom, not the comfiest bed, standard breakfast, they piped the natural hot spring to your bathroom (beware of the Sulphuric smell/ taste).
Right next to the Sari Ater hot spring..or...More
The room is good and clean. Hotel provides various breakfast choices. There is natural hot spring and it is not too crowded. I did not try the hot spring but my fellows did and I thought they enjoyed it.
Stayed here for 1 night and the room we stayed is 2min walking distance to the 24 hours hot spring. Is free entry for the hotel guest and unlimited access. You can get 45min massage with RP100k at the hot spring. The atmosphere tenperatue is...More
US$63 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Anyone had a wedding here?
We are interested, it looks nice. But minimum of 500 people (pax) seems a bit much for us.
Getting 500 up that busy mountain isn't going to be easy!
Anyone managed to get Sari Ater to allow for smaller groups? We're coming from United kingdom, we don't have 500 people lol.
Maybe if Sari Ater would allow us a smaller wedding, say 200 people/pax we could book for March 2017 very soon... (hint hint)
Reviews please, or other ideas :)
2 December 2016|
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Even if the minimum pax is 500, you don't have to necessarily invite 500 people, you just have to pay for 500 and you will have 500 portion of food. Will you be marrying Indonesian? Most of Indonesian got large family. If... More
Even if the minimum pax is 500, you don't have to necessarily invite 500 people, you just have to pay for 500 and you will have 500 portion of food. Will you be marrying Indonesian? Most of Indonesian got large family. If your family also wants to spend the night there, or live in surrounding area, it's still doable. Otherwise, you might want to check Bandung area hotel for the reception (plenty of them), then go to Sari Ater for the honeymoon.