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Surin, Thailand
Reviewed 25 January 2017

This a older hotel in the central part of rundown area, walking distance from Gambir station where the Damri airport bus terminates. walking 20 minutes, Staff average place is in need of modernisation .Price not bad in comparison to most others

Thank thaikwai
Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
Reviewed 28 February 2016

This non-stars hotel located in the area very near the heart of the capital Jakarta that almost all day crowd with local inhabitants, locals and foreign tourists. Within a radius of 10 - 500 meters from the hotel, there are dozens of places to eat varies food, cafes, minimarkets and ATM. In term of location, the hotel is very strategic....

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Kuching, Malaysia
Reviewed 5 September 2015 via mobile

Stayed here because I turned up to Jalan Jaksa at 2am and everywhere else was closed. For nearly $30 a night I was treated to broken wifi, bombarded with Mosquitos and bedbugs, and got to shower in brown water. 'Breakfast'( if you could call it that) was 2 pieces of toast with a smear of jam and a lukewarm tasteless...

Thank KatBekantan
Reviewed 26 September 2014 via mobile

The best hotel in town with professional staff, same level as Hilton or Hyatt in comparison, the foods fantastic many celebrity from hollywood everything was so 👌 Belisimo. cucok marucok. also they provide dayang dayang, the area surrounding reminds mebof Beverlyhills so fantastic glamour and sophisticated aje gile

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Zurich, Switzerland
Reviewed 12 September 2014 via mobile

Not nearly worth the money. Very dirty and dodgy hotel, uncleaned old carpets all over, stains on the bed sheet and dirty bathroom with brownish water. Reception wants to sellnyou prostitutes all the time. Worst of all: eating at the attached restaurant both my friend and i got food poisoning. There are many better and very charming options in the...

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Munich, Germany
Reviewed 2 August 2014 via mobile

We stayed at Margot Hotel in Jakarta, but it was terrible. The AC smelled and the room was really musty. Unfortunately, we arrived too late to change the hotel... The 'restaurant' can't be called a restaurant, it's more like a dark and dirty bar. The breakfast was nothing, plus we were bothered by locals trying to sell stuff at our...

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Biel, Switzerland
Reviewed 22 June 2014

After having a couple of exhausting days and nights and being extremely tired, all we wanted was a decent bed for the night, and Le Margot was the first place that seemed to suit our needs. The bed was comfortable indeed, and having a TV with HBO was quiet nice to relax before sleeping. The staff was moreover really friendly,...

Thank Street_Spirit85
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 December 2013

The staff were great but sadly the room was very tired looking and we had a few cockroaches. The room was very small and there seemed to be a lot of mozzies in hotel and restaurant. At 300 000 IDR it was overpriced.

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Den bosch
Reviewed 30 November 2013

The staff is really nice and helpfull! The hotel is located in a nice street with several pubs with daily live music. That`s nice, but also anoying if you want to sleep because they don`t stop at 10:00 p.m. The breakfast is really bad, we went out for a serious breakfast. We think the 300.000 we`ve paid is to much...

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Moss Vale
Reviewed 18 February 2013

Centre of Jalan Jaksa, so there are live bands in a number of venues, internet cafes etc. It's three stories of small rooms with basic nasi goreng breakfasts. At 180,000 Rp it's an upmarket backpackers place. You can still get accom nearby for 50,000 but you get what you pay for.

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Address: Jln. Jaksa no. 15C, Jakarta 10340, Indonesia
Region: Indonesia > Java > Jakarta
Number of rooms: 34
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“take mosquito spray or coils they are needed”
thaikwai, 25 Jan 2017 | Read review
“In term of location, the hotel is very strategic. In terms of cleanliness, comfort and service are pretty good.”
ysoleman, 28 Feb 2016 | Read review
“Try Formule 1 hotel in Menteng - just 30% more expensive, but 500% better!”
  • Dirty
  • cockroaches
  • Full of cockroaches, even in bed!
  • cockroaches-not 2 or 3 cockroaches - A LOT!!!
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Miculis, 7 Jun 2012 | Read review
“I tried to choose a room close to the cafe so I had internet access at night. The closest room doesn't and I ended up in the room next to the stairwell, which was a poor decision.”
sabai24, 4 Oct 2011 | Read review
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