About This Listing
We are a family owned brand new guesthouse in Central Jakarta.
Convenient location near Gajah Mada Plaza.
Easily accessible by mass public transport.
Public Transport :
Nearest Train Station are Kota & Gambir ((website hidden))
distance from Gambir to cazaH approx. 4 km (10-12 minutes by driving)
Nearest Busway Station is Gajah Mada (Transjakarta -(website hidden))
distance from Gajah Mada busway station to cazaH approx. 900 m (10-12 minutes by walk)
Attractions at surrounding area:
- Chinatown (2,8 km)
- Monas, the National Monument (4,4 km)
- Museum Gajah, the National Museum (4 km)
- Batavia, the Jakarta old town heritage buildings complex with Deutch Museum, Puppet Museum, Bank Museum, and infamous Batavia Cafe (3,6 km)
- Ancol Theme-park complex near beach (8,4 km)
- Sunda Kelapa Port.(5,5 km)
- Local culinary along roads of Hayam Wuruk- Gajah Mada, Mangga Besar and Pasar Baroe (1-2 km)
types of room:
- room with single bed (100 x 200 cm) with shared bathroom, accommodates 1 person only.
Available: 6 rooms
All rooms are provided with air con, comfy bed-mattress and pillows to keep you cozy through your night's rest.
- Free WiFi
- Free house-keeping service
- Common Bathroom provided with water heater and 3 individual closed-cubicles of shower and toilet.
- Common Area equipped with TV, water dispenser and seats
- All rooms are located at 2nd floor, accessible via exclusive stairs-entrance.
Please check our calendar for available dates.
We will require you a copy of your passport or equivalent identity card upon check-in.
ROOM RATE PER NIGHT:
- Single Room - nett 15 USD (for 1 guest)
Attractive discount rate given for booking of 7 nights and more.
Feel free to drop us email for further queries.
Thank you for your interest to book your accommodation with us.
Make appointment upon arrival.
Registration forms must be signed on arrivals, a copy of your passport equivalent identity card is needed upon check-in.
Pets are not allowed.
Bringing goods and / or storing / or consuming drugs and alcohol is prohibited.
Bringing goods and / or storing / of hazardous nature (weapon) and prohibited goods is prohibited
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About the Host, Caza
I enjoy travelling and meeting people from all over the world, culture exchange.
“Don't walk behind me; I may not lead. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend.”― Albert Camus
In 1778, the Batavia Society for Arts and Science established what would become, after many expansions and name changes, the world-famous National Museum.
Once the first banks of Indonesia, now a museum of banking in Indonesia, located opposite the Jakarta Kota Station. Interesting colonial history building.
Built to commemorate Indonesia's independence, National Monument dominates Medan Merdeka.
Fatahillah Square, also known as Old Batavia, is the historical district of Jakarta located in Kotas. This area fills up with artisans, jugglers, and tourists on the weekends
This museum exhibits a great many wayang kulit, two-dimensional puppets used in the ancient art of Javanese storytelling.
wide variety, from F&B outlets, shoe, bags, accessories, gadget, electronics, stationary, etc You just have to know how to bargain to get a lot of things at good price.
The biggest mall with five star hotel and office building. A very good selection of medium to hi end shops.
There is a themed world district with several unique restaurants & cafe.
Scattered through Jakarta Bay are the 1000 Islands, Palau Seribu. Known for great beaches, diving, and holiday travel, these make a great day trip or weekend getaway.
complex of amusement/ theme parks
Dunia Fantasi means Dreamland in Indonesian. It is a part (but a seperate attraction) of the massive Taman Impian Jaya Ancol complex.
Once known as Pasar Ikan (Fish Market), Sunda Kelapa was the early 16th-century trading post from which the Dutch domination of Indonesia began and flourished
It is a big open air seafood restaurant with view to the lake. the fresh sea food and cooked according to your preference. The price is very reasonable and affordable.
Flea Market at Jalan Surabaya is the place to find antiques, rare finds, and other oddities.
Indonesian Cuisine in a westernized standard of food presentation, hospitality services.