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Published on December 15, 2014

The city of Bandung, the cool capital city of West Java Province, nestled among green mountains, has just expanded its inventory of convention facilities.  With the opening of Mercure Bandung Setiabudi on  1 December 2014,  Bandung now has additional large Convention Facilities, a  Ballroom that can seat 1,250 people theatre style or 1,700 guests for receptions.

Located on Setiabudi Road on the way to the mountain resort of Lembang, Mercure Bandung Setiabudi  boasts a Grand Ballroom  that can be divided into three sections each able to accommodate 240 participants classroom style or 200 guests each at round tables, In addition, it has  6 smaller meeting rooms for breakout sessions. All provided with high speed Wifi, video and soundsystem. 

For meetings and conventions the Hotel offers meeting packages ranging from Half Day package, Full Day to Full Board.

The hotel has 205 modern-designed rooms with a touch of the traditional Sunda culture with rooms overlooking the city of Bandung.

Among its Holiday offerings, the Hotel will be staging the “Mercure Frozen Castle with Andien” on New Year’s Eve,  while its Jing Paradise Restaurant offers special family menus for  Chinese New Year on 19 February 2015.

Bandung now has a number of four to five starred hotels that also offer large Conventions and receptions facilities, including the Trans Luxury Hotel, the Savoy Homann, the Grand Royal Panghegar, Hilton Bandung and many more.

Best known for the Asian-African Conference held here, – better known as the Bandung Conference, – the city of Bandung is lately more popular as a shopping haven with its numerous factory outlets offering latest trendy clothes at factory prices. 

As a Cultural and Education Center Bandung has the Mang Udjo village for Angklung, the melodious bamboo musical instruments from West Java that have conquered the world, In Lembang is the Lembang Observatory, the only one in Indonesia, and there is also a Geology Museum. Architects can not but help notice the many Art Deco buildings that dot the city of Bandung.  

Nature lovers should not miss a trip to get up close to the  volcanic  walk-in crater of Mt  Tangkuban Perahu, a short drive from the center of Bandung. 

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