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  1. #1733
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuday  [View Original Post]
    Need to know if either of these hotels are girl friendly .
    This has been discussed many times on this forum, but there are no non girl friendly hotels in Jakarta (other than Sharia hotels which none of us would stay at anyway).

  2. #1732
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuday  [View Original Post]
    Howdy,

    Apologies in advance if what I'm going to ask has already been covered in the forum. But my search showed zero hits.

    Anyways, my client has given me the choice to either stay at the JW Marriott Jakarta or Marriott Executive Apartments. They get preferred rates with the marriott brands. Need to know if either of these hotels are girl friendly if pulled in from BATS // CJ's. Last time I was staying at the Century (opposite to the stadium) and they were quite cool.

    BTW, has anyone recently stayed at the Shangri-la? I'm wondering if it is easier if I just pay the diff out of pocket & stay there. Thoughts?

    Chuday.
    I have stayed there a few times in years past. Very girl friendly. You can also pull from the hotel bar, WG or OL, although the pickings are slim.

    My favorite is Loewy's bar down the road. With a bit of luck you might score a rich MILF who for a change is more interested in the bulge in the front of your pants rather than the back!

    Security is not a hassle in practice. Just get the taxi to drop you on the road outside.

  3. #1731
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuday  [View Original Post]
    Howdy,

    Apologies in advance if what I'm going to ask has already been covered in the forum. But my search showed zero hits.

    Anyways, my client has given me the choice to either stay at the JW Marriott Jakarta or Marriott Executive Apartments. They get preferred rates with the marriott brands. Need to know if either of these hotels are girl friendly if pulled in from BATS // CJ's. Last time I was staying at the Century (opposite to the stadium) and they were quite cool.

    BTW, has anyone recently stayed at the Shangri-la? I'm wondering if it is easier if I just pay the diff out of pocket & stay there. Thoughts?

    Chuday.
    Marriott is girl friendly. But, the problem is that they have multiple security checks and are paranoid about it, because they have had two bomb blasts there. If you don't mind going throughout the pain of multiple security checks, then it's a good place. Also, your girl will not be able to hide her identity. I would suggest that you check into either Mulia or Shangrila or LE Meridien. You would not have to go through the walk of shame, either while entering or departing with the girl.

  4. #1730

    Jakarta Marriott

    Howdy,

    Apologies in advance if what I'm going to ask has already been covered in the forum. But my search showed zero hits.

    Anyways, my client has given me the choice to either stay at the JW Marriott Jakarta or Marriott Executive Apartments. They get preferred rates with the marriott brands. Need to know if either of these hotels are girl friendly if pulled in from BATS // CJ's. Last time I was staying at the Century (opposite to the stadium) and they were quite cool.

    BTW, has anyone recently stayed at the Shangri-la? I'm wondering if it is easier if I just pay the diff out of pocket & stay there. Thoughts?

    Chuday.

  5. #1729

    M star

    Quote Originally Posted by BKKguru  [View Original Post]
    Google maps is showing that M-Star has "permanently closed". Too bad, it had some cute babes.
    To bbk guru.

    I stay at the Neo hotel at mangga dua last yr it was open then, I didn't see any girls I like price is little cheaper than hotel travel not far from only 15 min taxi from there also Panjay and Alexis is near by.

    FE

  6. #1728
    Quote Originally Posted by LAGuy5  [View Original Post]
    I believe the Best Western is quite close to the Pangeran Jayakarta places such as Sari Ayu, LA Bar, Royal Massage, and MTR (and also the Orchardz Hotel Spa on Pangeran Jayakarta), but a bit of a distance (but only a bit) from the rest of the North Jakarta places such as Maribaya, Alexis, and Classic. Whether it is a good location depends on which mongering places one intends to visit.
    Just want to correct an error in the above post. I meant to say Malioboro, not Maribaya. As most here know, Maribaya is in the Blok M area in the Hotel Melawai. Malioboro is in or near North Jakarta.

    Sorry about the error.

  7. #1727

    Hotel M-Star

    Google maps is showing that M-Star has "permanently closed". Too bad, it had some cute babes.


    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    You can basically walk across the street from Mangga Dua mal and go to M-Star. (if it's still open. I haven't been there in a few years and I think I heard it might be closed now.)

    https://mstar-hotel.com/



    If you want to stay near hotel classic (bigger and nicer venue), then stay at Red Top hotel.

  8. #1726
    Quote Originally Posted by LifeIsABeach  [View Original Post]
    I made a mistake in staying in Mangga Dua. Not close to mongering places.
    You can basically walk across the street from Mangga Dua mal and go to M-Star. (if it's still open. I haven't been there in a few years and I think I heard it might be closed now.)

    https://mstar-hotel.com/



    If you want to stay near hotel classic (bigger and nicer venue), then stay at Red Top hotel.

  9. #1725
    Quote Originally Posted by LifeIsABeach  [View Original Post]
    I made a mistake in staying in Mangga Dua. Not close to mongering places.
    I believe the Best Western is quite close to the Pangeran Jayakarta places such as Sari Ayu, LA Bar, Royal Massage, and MTR (and also the Orchardz Hotel Spa on Pangeran Jayakarta), but a bit of a distance (but only a bit) from the rest of the North Jakarta places such as Maribaya, Alexis, and Classic. Whether it is a good location depends on which mongering places one intends to visit.

  10. #1724

    Mangga Dua

    Quote Originally Posted by JaySF  [View Original Post]
    I will be staying next week at the Best Western Mangga Dua Hotel and Residence.

    This is my first visit to Jakarta. Has anyone stayed here and have an opinion or experience. Good / bad.
    I made a mistake in staying in Mangga Dua. Not close to mongering places.

  11. #1723
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    It's nothing special, but it's fine relative to other selections in that area. It's cheap so it's decent value for money.
    If this is your first time I wouldn't recommend this hotel its really north Jakarta very a lot of traffics jams around that area and its not that central location. I recommend that you stay at all seasons gajah mada its around the same price but much central just like grand Mercure but that hotel is a lot higher. All seasons gajah mada is near Malioboro and classic because you want to monger right hahahh.

  12. #1722
    Quote Originally Posted by JaySF  [View Original Post]
    I will be staying next week at the Best Western Mangga Dua Hotel and Residence.

    This is my first visit to Jakarta. Has anyone stayed here and have an opinion or experience. Good / bad.
    It's nothing special, but it's fine relative to other selections in that area. It's cheap so it's decent value for money.

  13. #1721

    Best Western Mangga Dua Hotel and Residence

    I will be staying next week at the Best Western Mangga Dua Hotel and Residence.

    This is my first visit to Jakarta. Has anyone stayed here and have an opinion or experience. Good / bad.

  14. #1720

    Paraguay

    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    For price, quantity, and hotness, it seems Medellin is the place to go these days in South America?
    Paraguay is the country. Paraguay is a laid back country and Asuncion is a laid back city in a very laid back country. It is land locked, no beaches and a road less travelled. No one goes there for visting. It is unspoiled. There is nothing to see and nothing to do. I went there as no one goes there. The people are very kind and the girls are gorgeous. They may be third after the Venezuelans and Argentinians. Very pretty and drop their panties quickly. The prices are very cheap as this is an unspoiled country. Not for everyone who is used to many malls or sight seeing. Just mongering destination. It can be a retirement destination too as there is something about this country that I liked. Women, laid back, cheap beer, good food, close to many Latin countries. There is the very rich areas too and the rich hotties are equally nice.

  15. #1719
    Quote Originally Posted by GringooFuk  [View Original Post]
    My great dilemma for Peru holiday or Jakarta.
    It's quite interesting to see a Jakarta vs. Lima discussion. This is a decision I make all the time.

    As you see from my post history, I have a whole bunch of Lima stuff. I know basic Indonesian as well as basic Spanish and into lower end places.

    For me its a Trocodero vs Kartika decision. I usually stay around the Mangga Besar area, as there are all the little cat bath places (ie Kartika / Aloha). Lima I've stayed around Miraflores, though next time I am planning on staying in San Miguel near La Marina / Elmer Falcett.

    As for everything else there are a lot of differences. I feel a trip to Lima as a time travel to the 80's. The cars, buildings and music make me feel like I'm in the 80's. Yes there is Larco Mar / Jockey plaza (and that's about it), but Jakarta has your mega malls (ie. Taman anggrek, Plaza Indonesia etc).

    Lima has very few 5 star options (Lima 5 star would be considered 3. 5/4 star in any western country). Also 5 star brothels, Jakarta has Marliboro / Alexis Hotel, but Lima relies on many small spas around Miraflores and San Isidro (Relax y Vida, Smik Sauna and similar). Prices are much more for 5 star in Lima than in Jakarta.

    Lastly, and I think this is important thing is safety. Safety in Lima has dropping quite a bit since Humala, it has no convenient safe taxi option (ie. Jakarta's BlueBird). Martial Law has declared in the lower class brothel area (Callao) where it seems there is a gang war. I can only hope a safe President is elected in Peru (Keiko, Garcia, PPK) instead of another left wing lunatic, otherwise it could become another Venezuela.

    Similarly, efforts by the national government in cleaning red light districts in Indonesia have resulted in the dropping of red light areas. Ie. Dolly in Surabaya, Kalijodo in Jakarta, but it seems to only be targeting lower class areas that are used by Muslims. Most of Jakarta's nightspots are used by Chinese Indonesians, while there has been talk of a crackdown nothing has happened yet.

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