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Hotel Rumoh Pmi
Hotel Rumoh PMI is situated within 1.4 km from Tsunami Museum. Offering massage service, it operates a 24-hour front desk and houses air-conditioned rooms with a TV. Free WiFi is accessible throughout the property. Baiturrahman Mosque is within a 1...
Sulthan Hotel International
Situated in the city of Aceh, Sulthan Hotel International is just a 5-minute drive from the Aceh Traditional Market. It houses a restaurant and offers free Wi-Fi access throughout its premises...
Siwah Hotel enjoys a strategic location in the heart of Aceh City, a 5-minute drive from Baiturrahman Grand Mosque. All air-conditioned rooms come with a satellite TV and a private bathroom. Free parking spaces are provided on site...
Permatahati Hotel And Convention Center
A 10-minute drive from Sultan Iskandar Muda International Airport, Permatahati Hotel and Convention Center offers free return airport transfers and free Wi-Fi access. Each room comes with an en suite bathroom...
Located a 5-minute walk from Aceh Thanks the World Memorial Park, Crystall Guesthouse offers laundry services and free parking spaces. Crystall Guesthouse is a 10-minute walk from Tsunami Museum and 15 minutes’ on foot from Putri Pahang Park...
Featuring a restaurant, massage facilities and terrace, Hotel Diana offers rooms in Banda Aceh. Free Wi-Fi and parking are available on site. Hotel Diana is a 10-minute stroll from Hermes Mall and the Grand Mosque...
The Pade Hotel
Property Location With a stay at The Pade Hotel in Banda Aceh, you'll be close to Harapan Bangsa Stadium and Taman Putroe Phang. This hotel is within close proximity of Aceh Tsunami Museum and Museum Aceh...
Despite its bizarre location inside an amusement centre and fast-food restaurant, this is the best value top-end hotel in the city centre – that is assuming you get a room away from the noise of the fairground rides and beeping computer games and that...
This business-class hotel has comfortable and spotless rooms. It’s probably the most popular hotel in town with both foreign and Indonesian visitors, and is certainly the best value.
One of the more affordable spots. From the outside Prapat has the feel of a cheap run-down motel, though rooms are good value with Western toilets and clean sheets.
When the NGOs hit town, this was one of the only functional hotels and has been packed out ever since. The rates are ridiculously overpriced and the going joke in town is that this is a two-star hotel with five-star prices.
With a streamlined art-deco facade, the Wisata isn’t a bad option but the cheapest rooms are fan only and overall it’s quite faded.
A basic place with dark and depressing rooms.