his hotel is really worth a visit just for the decor alone. It is a stunning building which is furnished with Indonesian antiques. We sat in the comfortable lounge area for drinks before dinner. The menu had a wide range of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks. They were served with complimentary nuts and krupuk. We moved to one of the several separate dining areas for our dinner. We shared Martabak for entree, although unlike street Martabak is was delicious. I had Nasi Goreng and my husband had Nasi Campur. Our friends had a salad and curry. All meals were served promptly and together. My husband who often orders the Campur said it was the best he had eaten. The other meals were also very tasty.