Spotlight: InterContinental Bandung Dago Pakar

Serenity meets luxury in the Sundanese Highlands of Indonesia’s West Java province.

Inside a 46-square-meter Premium room with Club Lounge access.


Opened in 2015, this five-star international hotel has 206 rooms and suites across a variety of categories, all with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out to the Bandung skyline or the lush greenery of the adjacent Mountain View Golf Course. The design is sleek and contemporary, with suites benefiting from wood floors, more spacious layouts, and Club InterContinental lounge access.


Overlooking the city, all-day Damai Restaurant serves a combination of buffet and à la carte menus both indoors and on its sprawling terrace. Up on the 18th floor is the hotel’s signature Chinese dining room, Tian Jing Lou, where Beijing-trained chef Xianchun Meng dishes up Middle Kingdom classics like Beijing Roasted Duck, Double Boiled Whole Superior Soup with Abalone Sauce, and Stir-fried Scallop with XO Sauce. The Lobby Lounge is the place to enjoy indulgent afternoon tea or a relaxing evening over wines or cognacs, while Deli8 offers a selection of breads and pastries.

The infinity-edge pool at InterContinental Bandung Dago Pakar.


Besides a heated outdoor infinity pool and pampering spa, the hotel provides guests with a range of recreational facilities that include a fully equipped fitness center as well as ATVs and e-bikes for those looking to explore the surrounding area. Children are well catered for with a range of activities, from horse riding and feeding rabbits to cooking classes in the Kids Club; PlayStation consoles and a bouncy castle are also available. Meeting and events facilities are highlighted by the Grand Ballroom, a 1,920-square-meter space with a capacity of up to 3,000 guests and the largest LED screen in Indonesia. And for those looking to tie the knot, there’s The Diamond, a unique semi-outdoor wedding venue with a chapel made of glass.


InterContinental Bandung Dago Pakar is situated in the northern part of Bandung, the capital of Indonesia’s West Java province. Within easy reach of the city’s various dining and shopping attractions, the property is also on nature’s doorstep, with fresh air and mountain views to spare. The concierge team can arrange visits to nearby waterfalls, tea plantations, and hot springs.

A bird’s-eye view of the five-star property.

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