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Suggested Accommodations

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For short stay accommodation in Depok, we suggest two on-campus guesthouses. The details of each guesthouse are provided below for your consideration. We will make a reservation at one of these guesthouses as soon as we receive confirmation.

Center for Japanese Studies Building (PSJ)

Located in the area of Faculty of Humanities (next to Faculty of Social & Political Sciences), It has 25 rooms with lake-view private terrace and cafeteria.

Prices:
– Single room : Rp 300.000/night
– VIP : Rp 575.000/night
Tel: 62 21 786 3547, Fax: 62 21 786 3548

 

Wisma Makara

Located next to the university dormitory, about the 5-to-10-minute bus ride to the faculty areas.

Facilities: Air conditioner, TV, Refrigerator, Conference room, Plenary Hall, Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Telephone and Internet center, Photocopy, Large parking area

Prices:
– Standard: Rp 355,000/night
– Superior: Rp 375,000/night
Tel: 62 21 7888 3670-1
Reservation: 62 21 7888 3672
Fax: 62 21 7888 3673
www.wismamakara.ui.ac.id

 

Off-campus Accommodation

The off-campus accommodation offers easy access to the campus, city, and other facilities.

Margo Hotel

The MARGO Hotel is located on Margonda Street Depok, another landmark of Depok City, the Southern Jakarta’s premier choice for business travellers on short and long term assignments and the very best meetings and events location in the area.
Phone             : +6221 – 29 515 888
Fax                 : +6221 – 29 515 889
Email              : info@themargohotel.com

Website          : http://themargohotel.com/

Santika Hotel

The three-star, 122-room Hotel Santika Depok is strategically located close to Margonda City Mall and Plaza Depok, as well as Indonesia’s leading university, Universitas Indonesia.

Jl. Margonda Raya Kav.88, Depok 16423
Phone : (62-21) 7721 9291
Fax : (62-21) 7721 9290
E-mail: e-commerce@depok.santika.com

Website          : http://www.santika.com/santika-depok

Bumi Wiyata Hotel
Located in the heart of Depok and housing a restaurant, Hotel Bumi Wiyata features a gym, spa and and an outdoor pool. Depok City Centre is reachable within a 10-minute drive, and University of Indonesia is only a 15-minute drive away. Getting to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport will take around 1.5 hours by car.
Jl. Margonda Raya Depok 16423
Kota Depok – Jawa Barat

Phone: +62-21-7778040 /47 Whatsapp: +628111132218
Email: bmwiyata@hotelbumiwiyata.com
Website: http://hotelbumiwiyata.com

 

Other Off-campus Accommodations

  1. Sifaana Hotel, http://sifaanahotel.com/index.php/en
  2. Fave Hotel Depok, https://www.favehotels.com/hotellist/ind/120/favehotel-margonda—jakarta

 

How to Get There

Getting to Depok

The city of Depok lies in the south of Jakarta, approximately a two-hour drive from the Chengkareng International Airport. Depok may be reached by car, taxi, service bus or train. Cars for rental are available from the major firms at the airport. Airport buses (Damri) operate regularly from 7 am to 8 pm stationed in Terminal 2 Gate F. If you’re going to Depok, pick the bus with destination to Depok or alternately to Pasar Minggu. From Pasar Minggu, you can proceed by bus, train or simply a taxi. It takes about fifteen minutes to half an hour.

Taking a Taxi

Choosing a reputable taxi service would be the safest and most convenient way to get into town. Taxi firms licensed to operate transportation services (taxi or limousine) have counters inside the arrival terminals. You can easily identify their representatives by their formal uniforms and ID. Beware with taxis that refuse to use the meter (argo). Don’t tip the person who tries to act as a broker for the taxi. When you get into the taxi, always note the taxi firms and the code number displayed on the dashboard or passenger doors, the driver’s name and ID. This information will help you to report to the taxi company in case problems have occurred. Accepting an offer from someone who approaches you as you exit customs to drive you into town can be risky.