Book cheap hotels in Indonesia

Likened to emeralds floating on the ocean, the Indonesian archipelago is known for many things: mountainous and volcanic landscapes, spectacular beaches, and their Bali Hai lifestyle, to name a few. It attracts a diverse range of people-from backpackers to missionaries- there is something for everyone in this mystic land. The Republic of Indonesia spans a total of 1,919,440 square kilometers, or roughly 741,096 square miles. It is populated by an enormous number of people, 275.500.000 as of the latest count, with 10,56 million residents staying in its capital, Jakarta. The main Indonesia dialect used is Bahasa Indonesian, with 365 other dialects used by different groups. Other languages include Sundanese, Javanese and English.

More information about this destination
Are you looking for the best hotels in Indonesia? Enjoy a versatile holiday destination! This country has a lot to offer: a beautiful nature, a delicious local cuisine, old churches and buildings and a surprising culture. There is a suitable hotel for every budget. The most affordable budget hotels are available from €20,00 per overnight stay. Do you want a more luxurious room? Then you have to count on an average of €109,00 per overnight stay. A holiday in the sun is very pleasant here. You can also enjoy a great holiday here in winter. Book your conveniently located hotel room in Indonesia easily online. Compare our favorite hotel websites below and book your accommodation online.

CountryIndonesia
Capital cityJakarta
Average hotel price€91,00
Spoken languageIndonesian, Javanese
CurrencyIndonesian rupiah (IDR)
Best time to visitMay to September
Number of inhabitants275.501.339
Surface area1919440 km2
Time zoneUTC+07:00-UTC+09:00
Leading carrierGaruda Indonesia
Central Airport Soekarno–Hatta International Airport (IATA:CGK)
Government websitewww.indonesia.go.id

Useful travel information
Are you going on holiday to Indonesia? Make sure you are well prepared. The capital of the country is Jakarta. The national currency is Indonesian rupiah (IDR). The Indonesian time zone is UTC+07:00-UTC+09:00. The official language: Indonesian, Javanese. The current population is about 275.501.339 inhabitants. The country’s total land area is 1919440 km2. Some additional practical info: the default voltage is 230 V, 50 Hz and the socket type is C / F. The country code is +62.

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Special regions for your hotel stay in Indonesia

Indonesia has versatile holiday areas. Choose from the available regions in the list below. You will find more information and view the available hotel offer. Advice: also ask about hotel accommodations in Martinique and Kuwait.

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Details on public transportation in Indonesia

Indonesia has an excellent public transport system. A popular airport in this area is Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. Good transfers are available. The national airline company is Garuda Indonesia. They offer good conditions. Possibly you can find a last-minute deal. On www.indonesia.go.id you can read extra details regarding: tourism, tax, police and emergency services and visas & passports.

Regular hotel prices

Indonesian hotel prices can be different every day. You can view the expected rates in the next figure.

Type of overnight stayPrices
Cheap accommodation€20,00
Normal room€91,00
Premium lodging€109,00
Weekend trip€273,00
Meal (per person)€12,00
Basic rates for an hotel stay in Indonesia

Climate & Weather Forecasts June 2024

Indonesia is a versatile country. The country has a Wet equatorial climate. The standard annual temp. is 26,1 degrees Celsius. In the winter months it is slightly colder. Take into account about 25,4 degrees Celsius. In the summer it is warmer. About 26,9 degrees Celsius °C. In the widget below you get an impression of the weather of the coming days.


What are points of attention when traveling to Indonesia?

Careful consideration should be taken, when traveling to this destination, as beneath the picturesque surroundings lie political unrest, racial divide, religious conflict, and government corruption. Such conditions have made it risky for Western travelers to vacation in these parts. Tourists are advised from going to Central Sulawesi, Aceh, Papua and Maluku. Kalimantan and West Timor are experiencing security risks. Keep abreast of the latest news before planning a trip to Indonesia.