Grand Mutiara Hotel Berastagi

Jalan Peceren No.168, Medan, 22156, Indonesia
Grand Mutiara Hotel Berastagi
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Polonia Hotel

by geraldineksk

Why I can't find any feedback or review on this hotel compare to other hotels in medan? Can only gather from the website that it is 5 mins away from the airport. Is it safe to stay there as we got worry when we will told by the travel agency in singapore that we may be staying there during our travel in medan. No one want to write about this hotel though Polonia Hotel should be around for quite some time. I not expecting fantastic feedback to ease my concern but at least this should be a safe, acceptable and comfortable hotel to stay to earn itself a 4-star status hotel in indonesia. Can anyone throw some light on this hotel. Honest and prompt feedback please as we are leaving soon for medan. Thanks

Re: Polonia Hotel

by leics

Do you mean on VT? If there is no review it just means no-one on VT has stayed there and/or wished to post a review/tip about it.

All VT content is written by members. VT is not a travel agency or specifically a hotel review website. It is a website where travellers share experinces and information.

You can find some reviews of this hotel here:

Re: Polonia Hotel

by geraldineksk

Thanks for furnishing the website about this hotel. Though the review range from one extreme to another thus can only gather that the plus pt about this hotel is the location to airport. Seem that it out of way from shopping and food is expensive. May write my own review after my stay in Polonia hotel. Hopefully mine is a plesant and memorable one not what was described by some as horrible and below sub-standard. Sound quite frightening if their review is true.

Re: Polonia Hotel

by leics

You should always take bad (and glowing) internet reviews with a very large pinch of salt. There are often many other agendae involved. Take note of the majority, and judge from those.

And do post a review on VT when you get back, whether tyour experience is good or not-so-good. :-)

Re: Polonia Hotel

by tanamay

Polonia is an old hotel, very near the airport but far from the center of Medan, far from eating places. If you just need to sleep its okay but going around is a differnt thing. Choose a hotel which is centrally located.

Re: Polonia Hotel

by kepitingrebus

Hotel Polonia really Near to Polonia Airport. You can walk, from airport to Polonia Hotel.

It's a 4-star hotel, but quite old, I would rather say it's a 3-star hotel. In my opinion, It's safe to stay there, because once a sent my guest to stay there for 1 night, and there's no problem.

But I don't know about the services there.

Usually I will sent my guest to stay in Hotel Tiara, it's 15 minutes far from Airport by Taxi. President of Indonesia once or twite stayed there, so it should be safe

Re: Polonia Hotel

by limkahwan

Since your Trip is arrange by the Travel agency, then the cost of food and travel should not be an issue. As far as safety is concern, do not worry. this hotel is very safe and quite hotel and own by a Indonesian Chinese. I have say there many times.

Travel Tips for Medan

Heritage buildings

by SLLiew

There are many beautiful heritage buildings of colonial administration and the prewar shops of Kesawan Square area.

While some are conserved and used as banks and musuems, many are neglected and hopefully UNESCO and other world wide agencies will help to restore them to their former glory.

I was impressed by giant Greek columns, delicate window frames and the Tjong A Fie Mansion.

Perhaps, tourism can be a driving force to avoid these heritage buildings from being torn down. So do visit Medan....

All inscriptions are in latin letters

by globetrott

It is really very helpful for the ordinary tourist, that all inscriptions in Indonesia are in latin letters, so you will be able to read street-names and directions etc. easily. In my photos : these seem to be advertisments that we saw, when passing by in the minibus. At first I had the feeling, these are made by colorful flowers, but now I rather think that this is some kind of plastic added that makes a 3-dimensional signpost.

Multi-cultural Medan

by SLLiew

In Medan, you can see mosques, churches, Chinese temples and Indian temples.

This is a reflection of the diversity of cultures and ethnic groups in Medan city.

Medan (meaning "battlefield "in Malay) was said to be fought between the Aceh sultanate and Deli sultanate. Later the Dutch arrived and set up tobacco plantation and got migrant laborers.

The local Bataks were said to be "head hunters" before. Today, they are mainly Christians and there are many beautiful Batak songs and wonderful Batak dances.

The earlier Chinese migrants were Hakka (Kejiaren) and later supplanted by the Hokkien (Fujianese) from Penang island.

You can hear the local Chinese speaking Hokkien dialect which is identical to that of Penang version with similar food like "Char Koay Teow".

Bahasa Indonesia

by SLLiew

If you know Malay, you will not have problem communicating with the locals.

Bahasa Indonesia uses latin alphabets. There are differences in pronounciation, choice of words and spellings between Bahasa Indonesia and Bahasa Malaysia. It is just like UK English and American English.

In Indonesia, you address someone older as "Pak" (short for father) or "Ibu". In Malaysia, it is "Tuan" or "Puan". In Malaysia, a car park is called "Tempat Letak Kereta" (a place to put your car literally". In Indonesia, it is "parkir".


by cekeysh

There is a particular special fruit product of the area. Small, yellow, juicy and sweet. They usually sell the manggo in a basket, but be careful, because the basket are shallow. Deep of it filled with papers, they only filled the half-up of it.


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