The Ultimate Gay Travel Guide
The Gay Passport is your complete Gay Travel Guide. Looking to Drink, Play or Sleep we have reviews to help. Award-winning & Updated 2021.
Millennium Sirih Jakarta offers incredible value in the heart of the city, with 5-star amenities available for as little as $45 a night. The hotel's design may be on the old-fashioned side, but the quality of service and standard of upkeep make this an excellent choice for travelers who aren't too focused on ultra-modern design.
Rooms are supremely comfortable, offering plush beds, elegant marble bathrooms, and large bathtubs. Given the hotel's affordable rates, it is worth upgrading to a Club Room, which comes with access to the Club Lounge for breakfast, daily treats, and evening cocktails. If you really want to treat yourself, you could even splurge on one of the spacious suites.
The hotel has a lovely bakery and snack bar as well as a cozy restaurant serving both Indonesian and international cuisines. There is also a spa, a pleasant outdoor pool, and a well-equipped gym. The hotel sauna is one of the city's covert gay spots, often frequented by gay men.
Millennium Sirih Jakarta is located right at the heart of the city center, a 10-minute walk from Jalan M.H. Thamrin and a 20-minute walk from Merdeka Square and the National Monument. It is also walking distance from Stasiun Tanahabang, which provides useful connections to the rest of the city through the Loop and Serpong Line.
♥ Good-quality sauna frequented by gay men
♥ 5-star service at budget prices
♥ Excellent central location for shopping eating and sightseeing