Conveniently positioned in East Jakarta, close to the main highway linking the city with Bandung and Bogor, the Best Western Premier The Hive is impressive new upscale hotel with extensive amenities.
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All rooms are large and well-equipped, with comfortable beds, wooden floors, free Wi-Fi and LED TV’s, and the spectacular suites featuring panoramic windows and views across the city.
Premium guests are also able to access the executive lounge, which provides an array of personalized services. The hotel is an ideal venue for business and social events, with spaces suitable for all types of function, from high-level gala dinners. There is also a 24-hour business center, a restaurant serving exquisite local and international cuisine, a stylish lounge, luxurious spa and modern gym. For guest seeking great comfort and connectivity with elevated facilities, the Best Western premier The Hive is the best possible choice.
Free wireless Internet available in public areas; free in-room wireless Internet access; free wireless Internet access available in public areas and all guest rooms
Business center, complimentary, 24-hours, staffed
Photocopy, nominal fee
Dataports, in meeting room
Video conferencing, in meeting room
Banquet facilities LCD Projector, Screen, Wi-Fi internet
Scanning, secretarial services
Executive/club floors/VIP services
Free parking, valet
Outdoor parking, valet
Cable or satellite television, CNN® or other 24-hour news station
AM/FM alarm clock
Iron, ironing board available
High-speed Internet access
Direct dial telephone
Free local calls under 30 minutes
Room service, 24 hours
Adjoining rooms available
Balcony, accessible by adjoining rooms
Standing jacket holder available, in junior suites and suites only
Shoe polish machine, available in junior suites and suites only
Premium coffee machine, available in the junior suites and suites only
Clothes hangers, minimum eight
Full blackout shade
China/ceramic and glass tumblers
Towels/bath sheets minimum size
Non-smoking Rooms: 191
Safety bar in shower
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40 kilometer(s) from Bologna-Borgo Panigale Airport