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  1. #1791
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    You obviously didn't spend 5 minutes reading the forum because it's stated over and over and over again here that all hotels in Jakarta are girl friendly. So a RTFF comment is in order. You may still want to do that. However, since the honorable Mr. Menteng was nice enough to reply with a very fine suggestion, I will offer up another alternative. Indian guys normally prefer bigger women with whiter skin and bigger noses, so you may want to check out the girls at DeLeila in FX Sudirman 8th floor. The women there are exactly the type of girls Indian and Arabic men go for. Especially if you like Moroccan women. If you stay at Harris Suites FX Sudirman, you can walk there in 2 minutes. It's closer to South Jakarta than North Jakarta, but you will likely fall in love the first night at DeLeila and not need to travel elsewhere.
    If it's still there, Tiga Kuda bar at Hotel Menteng 2, could be a destination for him too. BTW, I still can't get used to seeing two guys dancing with each other in a place where ISG members would go.

  2. #1790
    Quote Originally Posted by OldSnake  [View Original Post]
    Hi all,

    Any one know of options in the ibis range and girl friendly? I would like it at the border of north and south Jakarta.

    Thanks in advance.

    OS.
    You obviously didn't spend 5 minutes reading the forum because it's stated over and over and over again here that all hotels in Jakarta are girl friendly. So a RTFF comment is in order. You may still want to do that. However, since the honorable Mr. Menteng was nice enough to reply with a very fine suggestion, I will offer up another alternative. Indian guys normally prefer bigger women with whiter skin and bigger noses, so you may want to check out the girls at DeLeila in FX Sudirman 8th floor. The women there are exactly the type of girls Indian and Arabic men go for. Especially if you like Moroccan women. If you stay at Harris Suites FX Sudirman, you can walk there in 2 minutes. It's closer to South Jakarta than North Jakarta, but you will likely fall in love the first night at DeLeila and not need to travel elsewhere.

  3. #1789
    Quote Originally Posted by OldSnake  [View Original Post]
    Hi all,

    Any one know of options in the ibis range and girl friendly? I would like it at the border of north and south Jakarta.

    Thanks in advance.

    OS.
    It is not that north and south Jakarta are bordering each other. In between is Jakarta pusat (centre). I would opt for Ibis Tamarin and others nearby. (Google it).

  4. #1788

    Need hotels of the IBIS range girl friendly

    Hi all,

    Any one know of options in the ibis range and girl friendly? I would like it at the border of north and south Jakarta.

    Thanks in advance.

    OS.

  5. #1787
    A good recounting of days gone by Smoothy. I wish I had visited Jakarta and Phnom Penh back in the early to mid 90's, but I was having my fun back then in Rio, Sao Paulo, Medelln, Bogota & BKK. I don't know of any place that is better now than it used to be 20 years ago. The internet has fucked things up. But things are still pretty good in BKK and Jakarta if you ask me. I hate to think where the trend lines are pointing 15 to 20 years from now, but by then I will probably need a cane to get around and the aid of one or two sexy 30 something Asian girls to look after me and pour me drinks, so I won't care. 555.

    In April I returned late one night to the Grand Hyatt. I was hungry, but all the hotel restaurants were closed, so I wandered up to the top level of the lobby where the Hyatt Bar is located. I forget the name. No food there either and the bar was in the process of closing, but I met 3 FL's sitting on a leather couch directly opposite the bar. They looked to be somewhere in their 30's, but one of them was very thin and tall with a sexy, exotic smile, so I stopped and chatted with the girls. They were very friendly. They were older than what I usually go for, but nicely coiffed and well dressed. Good atititudes. The tall thin one was more than ready and willing to go upstairs with me and little Natty was tempted, but reason prevailed and I said good night to the girls after taking the taller one's cell number. Ha Ha. But I never called her. I only mention this little interlude because 1) this is the hotel thread and 2) by way of a comparison to your description of the Tavern Bar in the old Hyatt. The times have changed.

  6. #1786
    Quote Originally Posted by RyoSaeba  [View Original Post]
    For my 3 nights stay, after some research and an e-mail to make sure it was girlfriendly, I opted for hotel Aryaduta Jakarta, just South-East of Monumen Nasional, which I felt was quite strategically placed relative to the brothels, bars and restaurants I meant to visit.
    I was proven right, since despite the horrific city traffic it took me a relatively short time to get everywhere.
    Also, the wi-fi was reliable and the staff polite and helpful.
    To top it off, for those who like me want to get a local sim card, a Telkomsel center is right behind the corner.
    I would repeat.

    http://www.aryaduta.com/jakarta/default-en.html
    I loved that hotel bar back in the day when free lancers were rife in Jakarta. When I first arrived in Jakarta in the late 90's, the Aryaduta had one of the best bars in Jakarta downstairs in The Tavern. Although they also had pop bands, they had a rock band there that played stuff like Deep Purple that was awesome. We used to go there special just to see them (And to bring home a nice lady for the night). The guys in that rock band were older guys even back then, so I seriously doubt they are still playing around town, but that's the best true rock cover band I've seen in Jakarta. The bar was always packed with female talent similar to what you find these days at BATS. I have many good memories with the girls from Tavern. Although I will say that Tavern was part of the "rotation". You would see the same girls from BATS, Le Meridien, CJs, etc at The Tavern back then. We definitely had some fun nights there. During Oktoberfest, they used to have a special week for that and the place was packed with Germans and a had a German band wearing Lederhosen and playing instruments like the Tuba. It was good fun. The hot stone steak there was a unique dish that never failed to be quite tasty.

    Although I believe that bar is still open, I don't think girls go there anymore, so it's basically dead (similar to the disco at LE Meridien which used to be the number one free lance spot in Jakarta but is now dead). Back then, the Aryaduta Tavern, Hard Rock Cafe at Sarinah (now replaced in Sarinah by a worthless restaurant, and the Hard Rock moved to Pacific Place now and became a family restaurant rather than a wild pick up spot), Green Pub (Amigos restaurant) at Sarinah (now a Pizza Hut), Tanamur disco (now closed) and JJ's disco (now closed) were some of the absolute hot spots in town. They all had lots of available free lancers and they were all quite near each other so you didn't need to travel too far to hit a good number of great free lance night spots in one night. Now, not one of those places is still a hot spot. And they were NOT replaced around town by other places with free lancers, so the free lance scene is basically crap these days. Places like BATS and CJs were around back then as well, and they were popular, but there were so many other places back then.

    Back in those days, Blok M free lance bars were also thriving with lots of sexy girls and was far superior to now. You could go from Top Gun starting at 6 pm, to Oscars by 11, then to Lintas Melawai late at night and it was never disappointing at any of those places. I can't recall ever going home alone without a hot little chica as company. Now, if I go to the blok, the chances of finding a hotty are quite low and I am more than likely to leave there without a girl in tow. I still think it's because of the exit of a good majority of in town working western expats and the shift toward local and Chinese tastes as well as sex tourists interested in brothels. Places such as the nicer brothels like Hotel Classic and the various sex massage spots are popular now rather than free lance spots. We had the down market brothels like Bintang Mawar, Today's Country, Kartika, Kota Indah, Medika, etc back then (places I rarely visited because the free lance scene rocked), but the free lance scene did seem to die out when Hotel Classic and the various upscale massage places opened.

    However, I don't think it's any coincidence that the fact that the number of expats working in Jakarta also drastically decreased around the time that the free lance scene died out. When I first came to Jakarta, there was a huge number of expats working in the oil and gas industry. That's not the case anymore. Back in those days, you rarely met someone visiting Jakarta for a sex vacation. It was pretty much all guys there for work. Back then, we always used to say that Jakarta was the world's best kept secret. But the internet changed that and it's not true anymore. Then again, although it's not a secret anymore, it's nowhere close to as good as it was back in those days for free lance fun.

    Enough reminiscing about the good old days. Although there are no good free lance places anywhere near there anymore, yes, the Aryaduta is a decent location to stay if you are hitting the brothels up north. The Aryaduta is somewhat worn down these days and not as nice as it used to be, however, it used to be much more expensive to stay there as well. So it's much more economically feasible as a moderately priced hotel option these days.

  7. #1785
    Quote Originally Posted by RyoSaeba  [View Original Post]
    For my 3 nights stay, after some research and an e-mail to make sure it was girlfriendly, I opted for hotel Aryaduta Jakarta, just South-East of Monumen Nasional, which I felt was quite strategically placed relative to the brothels, bars and restaurants I meant to visit.
    I was proven right, since despite the horrific city traffic it took me a relatively short time to get everywhere.
    Also, the wi-fi was reliable and the staff polite and helpful.
    To top it off, for those who like me want to get a local sim card, a Telkomsel center is right behind the corner.
    I would repeat.

    http://www.aryaduta.com/jakarta/default-en.html
    FWIW, quite some time ago it was a Hyatt but no longer. I have heard stories about it having quite a scene in its basement bar back then but that is unfortunately history.

  8. #1784

    Aryaduta

    For my 3 nights stay, after some research and an e-mail to make sure it was girlfriendly, I opted for hotel Aryaduta Jakarta, just South-East of Monumen Nasional, which I felt was quite strategically placed relative to the brothels, bars and restaurants I meant to visit.
    I was proven right, since despite the horrific city traffic it took me a relatively short time to get everywhere.
    Also, the wi-fi was reliable and the staff polite and helpful.
    To top it off, for those who like me want to get a local sim card, a Telkomsel center is right behind the corner.
    I would repeat.

    http://www.aryaduta.com/jakarta/default-en.html

  9. #1783
    Oops, did not realize I was in the hotel forum, came in through the search function. If anybody would care to post in the main forum that would be great.

    I figure Smoothy would have a few ideas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ceegee  [View Original Post]
    While RTFF-ing, I came across this post below.

    Other than Jl. Jaksa, is there any fun to be had in walking distance from Jl. Wahid Haysim? A spa would be nice. I don't want to fight traffic and not in the mood for Jaksa.

  10. #1782
    While RTFF-ing, I came across this post below.

    Other than Jl. Jaksa, is there any fun to be had in walking distance from Jl. Wahid Haysim? A spa would be nice. I don't want to fight traffic and not in the mood for Jaksa.

    Quote Originally Posted by UsPete  [View Original Post]
    Hi.

    G7, It's a well known short-time hotel, near a workshop I used in the past, nobody ever stays more than 2 hours in it. Trust me, most online girls wouldn't be willing to stay or visit there.

    As a first timer you would probably enjoy staying in or near one of the budget hotels along Jl Wahid Hasyim, Thamrin which gives you easier access and transport to the tourist stuff, and certainly nearer the pickup malls.

    I would go for 8/9 night nears Sarinah Thamrin and 4 nights South in Blok M / Melawai.

    Booking.Com is more reliable than Agoda though they're owned by the same outfit.

  11. #1781
    Quote Originally Posted by Always09  [View Original Post]
    Hey guys. Last time I stayed at Kempiniski. Went to the sky bar there with girl I had picked up from BATS. However my question is does this bar have girls like CJ's or Bats.
    On your first question. The clientele at the sky bars is mainly overseas businessmen and rich locals, from what I saw when I went there. It's a pretty expensive place to drink and not many hobbyists are likely to go there due to this and that not many girls are there. Since mongers won't go there, neither will the girls. Bit of a chicken and egg situation. I also think that if lots of WG's went there then the locals would get them kicked out. It's just not that type of place.

  12. #1780

    Kempiniski

    Hey guys. Last time I stayed at Kempiniski. Went to the sky bar there with girl I had picked up from BATS. However my question is does this bar have girls like CJ's or Bats.

    Secondly my thought is I shouldn't have a problem getting a girl into the hotel. Any expertise please advise.

    Thanks.

  13. #1779
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]

    One last note: on this next trip, I have booked a different type of flight. Instead of my usual roundtrip from south Florida USA to pick one (MNL, BKK, or CGK) I have booked what they call a multi city flight and I will fly MIA to BKK with a plane change in Zurich going to Asia and I will fly HKG to Newark (nonstop) change planes and then on to PBI and home. The multi city flight costs one hundred dollars more than the round-trip flight, but it cuts 4 hours and 2nd change of planes out each way and in addition the flight times are much better too. I will arrive in BKK in the morning, not late at night and I will leave HKG in mid-morning so I can have one last night to party. This flight was not available on the United web site. I found it on Google Flights and then clicked on the link which took me back to United. Very tricky, but it worked! I can't wait for my next trip.
    I took that BKK to HKG to Newark United flight just recently. I won't do it again. They flew me on Hong Kong Airlines from BKK to HKG (3:30 am flight). That has to be one of the worst airlines I've ever flown. Then the flight to Newark out of Hong Kong was delayed 5 hours because they didn't have any pilots so I missed my connection in the US and had to spend the night in Newark. When I fly out of Miami to Asia, I like to fly Qatar airways. It's the quickest route and also reasonably priced.

  14. #1778

    Moved from the Jakarta Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by LAGuy5  [View Original Post]
    Just so no one gets mislead by false information earlier posted here, the one Sheraton in Jakarta is the Sheraton Gandaria, which is in South Jakarta. It has been open for close to two years.

    There is no Sheraton near the airport although there once was.
    Quote Originally Posted by NattyBumpo  [View Original Post]
    Currently there are 6 Starwood Hotels operating in Jakarta: The Sheraton Grand Jakarta Gandaria City, LE Meridien, Four Points by Sheraton, Keraton At the Plaza, The Hermitage, and The Westin. The Aloft Jakarta Wahid Hasyim is scheduled to open September 15 and two more hotels are slated to open in 2019: the Aloft Jakarta Simatupang, and The St. Regis Jakarta.
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoothy  [View Original Post]
    Hi Natty,

    Have you stayed at any of those? I've stayed at Le Meridien in the past, but wouldn't recommend it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Menteng  [View Original Post]
    I've stayed at Sheraton Gandaria City a couple of months ago and found it very convenient. Thanks to the mall. Heck, I even did some mall hunting there. But I wasn't very successful, unlike Mighty Spearsman some time ago.
    No Smoothy, I have never stayed at a Starwood Hotel in Jakarta. My favorite hotels in Jakarta are the Grand Hyatt and the Ayana (former Intercontinental).

    But I have stayed at the Sheraton Sukhumvit & BKK Weston and thought they were good, although I also thought the Sheraton Sukh seemed a little pricey. Additionally, I have stayed at the Macau Sheraton in Cotai and that was a nice and very reasonably priced and on my next trip I am booked for 4 nights at the Sheraton Singapore, again at a very reasonable price.

    On my last visit to Jakarta I spent 8 nights at the Hyatt and 6 nights at the Ayana. I was originally booked into the then Intercontinental Jakarta for 6 nights free using points and voucher nights. Then two nights before check-in, while I was staying at the Hyatt, Intercontinental notified me that my free points and vouchers were no longer acceptable at the Ayana due to the change in ownership. Obviously, I was pretty pissed off with Intercontinental and the way they were treating me so I called them long distance collect via Skype. The supervisor expressed how sorry she was concerning my Intercontinental reservation, but said she couldn't do anything about it.

    It was 2am, but the 1st thing I did after hanging up with Priority Club Intercontinental was make sure I could extend my stay at the Hyatt at a good rate if I wanted to. Then bright and early the next morning, I went over to the newly minted Ayana and talked to the manager there. She was very nice and also said she was sorry, but my Priority points and Intercontinental vouchers were no longer acceptable. She did, however, offer to upgrade my reservation to the exec suite at no additional cost and after she showed me the room I decided to accept her offer.

    Nothing much had changed since the change in ownership. The bountiful and tasty buffet breakfast was the same and the wait staff were just as friendly and helpful. There had been a fire or something at the apartment building next door to the Ayana swimming pool and some building material had fallen into the pool breaking some tile, so the Ayana pool was out of commission while repairs were being made. The manager arranged for a pool voucher at the nearby Shangri La pool as well as providing me with a hotel limousine ride to and back from the Shangri la any time I wanted so I spent every afternoon over at the Shangri la.

    I liked the Shangri La. The pool and garden grounds are just as nice and as large as the Hyatt Pool. I had lunch over at the Shangri La several times and the food was great. But on weekends the Shangri La pool is over run by Asian family guests and these Asian guests let their children run wild. So, I will never stay at the Shangri La Jakarta on a Saturday or Sunday. For some reason, the Hyatt attracts a different type of guest and its swimming pool is never crowded or overrun by Asian families. It is so much better, at least on weekends.

    Anyway, I have already booked 5 nights on my next trip at the Ayana at $100/ night which is a really good rate. As I noted above, nothing has changed since the buyout, but when Intercontinental ran the show the rate was $140. At check in I plan to remind the receptionist that I have stayed here before and would appreciate an upgrade to the suite if it is available. It does not matter, but if you don't ask you won't get, or something like that. I also plan to book 9 nights at the Hyatt as soon as they begin to offer the good rates. And because I have expiring points, a free night voucher, a free suite upgrade, not to forget $100 food and drink certificate, I will book 4 nights at the Fairmont Jakarta. I know the Fairmont is a great hotel chain. I like to stay at the Fairmont Manila, but this next trip I will not be visiting the PI and all these vouchers and certificates will expire worthless unless I stay at the Fairmont Jakarta. The location is a little out of the way, but I can live with that for 4 nights and it will give me an excuse to delve more into the attractions available in the south of Jakarta.

    And although I was really angry about the way Intercontinental treated me, leaving me high and dry with my reservation at their former Jakarta hotel, we have since made up. All my Priority points were restored to my account and I was able to use my 2017 free voucher night on a night in 2018 at their flagship Hong Kong Bay Intercontinental, a very swanky and upscale hotel. And in September or October Intercontinental will be sending me another free night voucher that I will apply to a 2nd night at the Hong Kong Intercontinental. Thus, I will be spending my last weekend of my 2018 trip in Kowloon at a $300 plus / night hotel gratis. So, things have worked out pretty good in the long run.

    One last note: on this next trip, I have booked a different type of flight. Instead of my usual roundtrip from south Florida USA to pick one (MNL, BKK, or CGK) I have booked what they call a multi city flight and I will fly MIA to BKK with a plane change in Zurich going to Asia and I will fly HKG to Newark (nonstop) change planes and then on to PBI and home. The multi city flight costs one hundred dollars more than the round-trip flight, but it cuts 4 hours and 2nd change of planes out each way and in addition the flight times are much better too. I will arrive in BKK in the morning, not late at night and I will leave HKG in mid-morning so I can have one last night to party. This flight was not available on the United web site. I found it on Google Flights and then clicked on the link which took me back to United. Very tricky, but it worked! I can't wait for my next trip.

  15. #1777

    Hotel near Malio

    Quote Originally Posted by Meteo  [View Original Post]
    I saw YELLO hotel in booking sites which is very near to Malioboro. Is there anybody who tried or know this hotel?
    I haven't seen this hotel but a good clean 3 star hotel I have found that is also nearby is the All Seasons next to the Gajah Mada shopping plaza.

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