5 Capsule Hotels In Jakarta, Indonesia - Updated 2024

Capsule Hotels In Jakarta
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Jakarta is the capital of Indonesia and is renowned for a mix of different cultures. In the city, evidence of its Javanese, Chinese, Malay, Indian, Arab, and European culture can be found in the diverse cuisine of the city and its fascinating architecture. Head to Kota Tua, the old town of the city, which is home to Dutch colonial buildings. Also enjoy Jakarta’s Chinatown, Glodok with its quaint restaurants and Sunda Kelapa, the old port of the city, where traditional wooden schooners can be seen. Families will love Dunia Fantasi, an amusement park with an international theme, where roller coasts, flues, interactive slides, and shows can be enjoyed.

Visit Ancol Dreamland, set right on the beach and with many hotels, a theme park, golf course, and water-based rides. One of the most popular attractions in Jakarta is the Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park) which brings to life miniature replicas of famed architecture in the city, as well as museums about Indonesian culture and beautiful gardens. The Jakarta History Museum, or Batavia Museum, can be visited in the Old Town of the city and has exhibits relating to the history of Jakarta. Also of interest is the National Museum of Indonesia, with its archaeological displays, including statues, coins, and ceramics. While in the city, stay in comfort and affordability in one of the capsule hotels in Jakarta. Enjoy viewing a selection of these hotels below.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on May 18, 2024.

1. Wonderloft Hostel (from USD 8)

Wonderloft Hostel is located just 2 km (1.2 miles) from Mangga Dua Square and a 2.4 km (1.5-mile) drive from Dunia Fantasi Amusement Park. The closest airport is Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, a 16 km (10-mile) drive from the hostel. A free tour bus takes guests into the nearby city center to enjoy the sights of the city. All rooms in the hostel share bathrooms and a shared kitchen are available for cooking simple daily meals. There is also a rooftop terrace where guests can relax and socialize and can also enjoy a game on the billiard table available to guests. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hostel.

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Wonderloft Hostel Kota Tua

8.3 User Rating Wifi Available

Address: Jl. Bank No 6 & 8

Meeting/banquet facilities Terrace Non-smoking rooms Airport shuttle Business centre Laundry Dry cleaning Games room

2. The Packer Lodge (from USD 8)

The Packer Lodge is located a 15-minute drive from Mangga Dua Square, a 45-minute drive from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and only a 15-minute stroll from Kuta Tua. All rooms come with air-conditioning and dormitories feature shared bathrooms. There are also regular guest rooms available in the hotel. There is a terrace for outdoor relaxation and a shared kitchen for basic daily cooking.

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SPOT ON 91821 The Packer Lodge Jakarta

Wifi Available

Address: Jl. Kemurnian IV No. 20-22, Gang. Mangga

Parking Room service Non-smoking rooms Free parking Internet services Express check-in/check-out Safety deposit box WiFi Available

3. Teduh Hostel

Teduh Hostel is located just a five-minute walk from Kota Railway Station, a three-minute walk to the historic Old Town and a 45-minute drive from Soekarno Hatta International Airport. Free wireless Internet is provided throughout the property. Rooms are air-conditioned and they share a bathroom with a shower. There are a snack bar and a bar on the property serving light meals and refreshing drinks. There is also a minimarket just a three-minute walk from the hostel for daily requirements.

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Kota Tua Jakarta is full of museums with Dutch colonial architecture and history. Museum Bank Mandiri was formerly Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschapij (BHM) before it was nationalized in 1960, and Bank Exim merged with Bank Dagang Negara and Bank Bumi Daya in 1968. Museum Fatahillah also known as Jakarta History Museum was built around 1707-1710. 

Today, tourists' favorite activities in Kota Tua Jakarta include cycling around Fatahillah and taking photos. Indeed, these ancient and history-rich architectures make great backgrounds for photography purposes.

Kota Tua Jakarta has a bus stop named Kota (Route Number 1, which belongs to one of Jakarta's 24-hour buses). It also has a railway station named Stasiun Jakarta Kota that connects with other railway lines around the Jabodetabek area.

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4. HomieStay, Jakarta (from USD 6)

HomieStay is located in Pantal Indah Kapuk, with many restaurants and cafes in its surrounds. It is a 10 km (6-mile) drive from Dunia Fantasi Amusement Park, Mangga Dua Square, and Soekarno Hatta Airport. The National Museum of Indonesia is an 11 km (7-mile) drive away. The hotel offers capsule-style accommodation with comfortable beds. Some rooms feature a balcony or terrace. Breakfast is included in the stay and a shared kitchen is available for simple cooking. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

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Jakarta Tour Guide

Emir Yamin

Emir Yamin

When it comes to travel, the journey isn't just about reaching a destination; it's about the experiences you gather along the way. While big group tours might be the conventional choice, opting for a local guide can elevate your travel adventure to new heights. That's why I've decided to become a tour guide.During my tenure as the Chief of Media Relations, I had the opportunity to travel extens... Read more

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toni kenpachi

Toni Kenpachi

Hello my name is Toni and I live in Jakarta- Indonesia, I've been working as a Tour Guide since 2008, I have licensed from Jakarta City Government Tourism Office, I choose to be a Tourist guide due to my background education because I graduated from Tourism Academy, I'll be glad to assist your trip in Indonesia especially in Jakarta and surrounding areas also if you would like to do overland t... Read more

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Dori Januhari

Dori Januhari

I am a legal and licensed tourist guide from Indonesia. I have been guiding for 20 years. I live in Jakarta, Indonesia, but I have traveled to many places in the country. My guiding areas are Java, Bali, and Lombok Island. I obtained my license from the Indonesia Tourism Ministry. On days when there is no tour, I work as an English and German private teacher, teaching mathematics and science ph... Read more

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5. Capsule Hotel Old Batavia

Capsule Hotel Old Batavia is conveniently located in the center of Jakarta, a two-minute drive from Cikini Station. The hotel is a 10-minute drive from the Grand Indonesia Shopping Mall, Gambir Station and Plaza Indonesia. One hour’s drive away is the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. This hotel offers windowless capsule pods with air conditioning and shared bathrooms. There are also regular rooms with en-suite bathrooms and flat-screen cable TV. Enjoy traditional Indonesian cuisine in the Old Batavia Café. The hotel also offers a terrace and a guest lounge.

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Capsule Hostel Old Batavia

Address: Jalan Cikini Raya No. 60Z-AA

Enjoy exploring historic Jakarta

With its mix of cultures and fascinating architecture and tasty cuisine, visitors can enjoy a comfortable and affordable stay in the many capsule hotels​ in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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