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A Luxurious Getaway to InterContinental Bandung Dago Pakar

InterContinental Bandung
InterContinental Bandung

Are you looking for upscale accommodations for your getaway from Jakarta to Bandung, “The City of Flowers”?

Then head down to the InterContinental Bandung Dago Pakar, one of the most prestigious venues in the city of Bandung; this hotel is the place to be if you are craving a close- but-luxurious getaway.

The five-star international hotel features 225 elegantly designed guest rooms ranging from a standard “Classic Room” to a presidential suite; with mid-range, golf-view rooms as well as 19 kembang villas. All-day dining at the Damai Restaurant and Tian Jing Lou — a specialty Chinese restaurant — is conveniently located on 18th floor.

Surrounded by the famed Mountain View Golf Course, the hotel has many perks, most notably a heated outdoor in infinity-pool and one of the city’s largest grand ballrooms (which can accommodate up to 4,000 guests). It is also equipped with the largest, built-in, LED screens in Indonesia with a hydraulic stage and a floating gondola mounted on the ballroom ceiling accompanied with spectacular lighting and sound systems.

However, if a semi-outdoor venue is more in line with your style, their newest addition aptly named, “The Diamond,” is a perfect choice. From outdoor-themed events to an enchanting wedding venue, it is as versatile as it is functional, with a breathtaking view overlooking the Bandung skyline.

The InterContinental Bandung Dago Pakar is an upscale hotel offering sleek rooms and suites, international restaurants and an outdoor infinity pool. The hotel is part of the IHG Group (InterContinental Hotels Group) that houses 174 hotels and resorts across the globe.

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