- Reviews: 278
Renting a villa
If you visit Puncak, I think it's better to rent a villa than to stay in a hotel.
I cannot recommend which villa you should rent because I stayed in a villa belonged to my friend's family.
You can check with travel agents about the villas in Puncak.
- Reviews: 4
Wisma Pertamina Villa: Serene location in Puncak Pass
There are 5 villas by Pertamina, Indonesia's large oil & gas giant. The price ranges from 240,000 RP to over 400,000. I stayed at the low-end villa.
The private road from the villas goes down to meet the main road from Bogor to Cipanas. The landmark is a small white hotel by the name Bukit Indah on the opposite side of the main road.
Set in quiet and tranquil private mountain landscape with winding roads, tall trees and dim street lamps, the villa I stayed had 2 clean bedrooms, two beds & attached bath each, living, dining & kitchen, color TV, fire place, veranda, spacious well-kept garden and garage.
The courteous caretaker visited at 7:30am and made toast and tea each morning.
My only complaint: The hot water in the bath did not work well. I had to heat water in kitchen utensils.
Price is per day, irrespective of number of persons.
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