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Abu Pensione

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Reviewed 9 March 2016

great stay, as usual! Only 100 meters away from the recently renovated train station exit. Free tea/coffee/water and wifi too, breakfast choice of local both western. Excursions & guided tours available, they can assist on transportation as well.

Thank lefebo
Perth, Australia
Reviewed 4 December 2015

This hotel, if correctly priced could be considered ok but the cheapest double room is 150,000rp and it certainly isn't worth that. At most i would pay would be 50,000 for the cheapest room. The facilities are pretty bad with the common bathroom and shower a but dingy and not well looked after. The more expensive rooms out the back...

Thank scottplume
Zurich, Switzerland
Reviewed 28 August 2015 via mobile

There were different types of rooms and it seems that only the most expensive ones were nice (300,000 Rp.) The state of the rest was horrible. That there were no toilet flush and only warm water, but we expected so much and we can live with that (two backpackers). But the worst was that there was no mosquito net and...

Thank Bubble1628
Sukabumi, Indonesia
Reviewed 26 July 2014

The Fascilities are not clean, the is only a Toilet without flush and without Paper (You have to buy it in the supermarket) and the washbasin looks like it would make your dirty clothes dirtyer while washing. Because there was the idul fidri I heard almost evrything of the prayers because is as almost non isolation and when someone else...

2Thank Christian G
Novi Sad, Serbia
Reviewed 21 June 2014

This place have amazing garden. Rooms are clean, with big bed. There are different kinds of rooms-with Ac, with Fan, with warm water....Prices are reasonable, and staff was nice. In chaotic Bogor this place is like small paradise.

2Thank Majci_icjaM
Vancouver, Canada
Reviewed 10 August 2013

The place is close to the train station. That's one of its assets. It’s far too expensive for what it is, and you get nailed with 10% tax on checkout. The advertised breakfast for 35,000 is a joke, so stick to what’s on the regular menu. There was no toilet paper. We were advised to buy some in the supermarket,...

4Thank Kevin B
Reviewed 17 February 2013 via mobile

Abu pension gives you a big room with, twinbed, tv, fan, bathroom with cold shower and Western toilet. Also you have a little terrace. We didn't like the neighbourhood, lots of warung,motorbikes (parking), sellsmen. They're are no restaurants in the earia. So you need to go far away to get something to eat. Maybe it was because of the rain,...

8Thank Patriesh
Vero Beach, Florida
Reviewed 30 January 2013

Doesn't accept credit cards. I paid 300,000 rupiah for a deluxe room. Has large, clean, comfortable, air-conditioned, quiet rooms which are a hair overpriced. Good, cheap cafe on-site--offers unlimited free, ice-cold purified water. No close, convenient internet cafe. Excellent hot-water showers in spacious bathrooms. Right next to the train station (which has an Indomaret and a Dunkin' Donuts). The town...

5Thank CBrandt77
Zaandam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 17 November 2012

Selfi is the owner of this place. She welcoms you very warm, but then... You are a little tired and overwhelmed and she keeps on talking about herself and her TOURS. The tours are overpriced, but there is nothing in the neighberhood who's offering cheaper tours. The guesthouse is good, but also pricey. We stayed here three nights and the...

10Thank tilliedwars
Zeist, The Netherlands
Reviewed 24 September 2012

On our journey over Java and Bali we visited Bogor to experience the former 'Buitenzorg', which was home to the old Dutch, working in Jakarta. Unfortunately little is left of the old days. Bogor is exceptionally crowded, poluted and dirty. To be honest, even worse than Jakarta's ambassy district. We visited in August, which means the Kebun Raya (botanical gardens...

3Thank Sander D

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Address: Jln. Mayor Oking Jayaatmaja No. 15, Bogor 16124, Indonesia
Region: Indonesia > Java > West Java > Bogor
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“just call them by Phone: 0251-8322893, no reservations online”
lefebo, 8 Mar 2016 | Read review
“Choose the more expensive room at the back, they are very nice and tranquil.”
scottplume, 3 Dec 2015 | Read review
“If you travel with the train its is a goo place to be because its very near! When your come with the bus you have to take another bus oder Taxi (10$) to get to the Hotel, Walking to the hotel takes a lot of time!”
940christiang, 25 Jul 2014 | Read review
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