Names of hotels listed below are those of the star-hotels only, which in no way should be interpreted as the absence of starless hotels as there are quite a number of them all over the province. Some hotels and an amount for tax and service on the bill, then again some others don't. Hotel rates adjustments may take place from time to time depending on season, demand, exchange rate, and room availability. Thus, all information offered herein should be considered as unbinding and essentially basic.


Aryaduta Hotel
Boulevard Jend Sudirman Street Lippo Karawaci 1300
Phone: (021) 5460101

Chandra Hotel
A Damyati Street 19
Phone: (021) 5525932

FM 3 Transit Hotel
MH Thamrin Street 1
Phone: (021) 53121173

Imperial Aryaduta Hotel & Country Club
Boulevard Jend Sudirman Street 1300
Phone: (021) 5460101

Istana Nelayan Hotel
Jend Gatot Subroto Street Km 5/21
Phone: (021) 55654377

Mandala Hotel
Dr Sitanala Street 1
Phone: (021) 55791685

Permata Mulia Hotel
Syekh Maulana Yusuf Street 63
Phone: (021) 55790224

Tangerang Hotel
Otto Iskandardinata Street 47
Phone: (021) 5522960

Tanjung Kait Hotel
Raya Tj Kait Street
Phone: (021) 59330541

Villa Ungu
Raya Serang Street Km 9
Phone: (021) 5927773

Mentari Hotel
Raya Imam Bonjol Street 115
Phone: (021) 55793642

Merdeka Hotel
Merdeka Street 142
Phone: (021) 5522959


Abadi Hotel & Convention Center
Jend Sudirman Street 36-40
Phone: (0254) 203526

Mahadria Hotel
Ki Masjong Street 12
Phone: (0254) 200527

Pangestu Hotel
Jend A Yani Street 575
Phone: (0254) 200001

Taman Sari Hotel
Sultan Agung Tirtayasa Street 112
Phone: (0254) 204184

Wisata Baru Hotel
Maulana Yusuf Street 16
Phone: (0254) 200515

Kharisma Hotel
Raya Cikande Street 58
Phone: (0252) 201842

Kharisma Jujuluk Hotel
Raya Cikande Street 58
Phone: (0252) 201125

Ksatria Hotel
Kesatria Street 5
Phone: (0252) 201208

Wijaya Hotel
Ki Maklum Street 31
Phone: (0252) 201291


Feri Merak Hotel
Pelabuhan Street 30
Phone: (0254) 572081

Jayakarta Anyer Hotel
Raya Karang Bolong Street Km 17
Phone: (0254) 601781

Mambruk Anyer Hotel
Raya Karang Bolong Street
Phone: (0254) 601602

Merak Beach Hotel
Raya Pelabuhan Street 65
Phone: (0254) 571015

Permata Krakatau Hotel
KH Yasin Beji Street 4
Phone: (0254) 396807

Pesona Krakatau
Raya Karang Bolong Street Km 142
Phone: (0254) 651333

Sol Elite Marbella
Raya Karangbolong Street Km 135
Phone: (0254) 602345

Patra Anyer Beach Resort
Raya Bandulu Street
Phone: (0254) 602700

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