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Terletak di kawasan bersejarah Pelabuhan Sunda Kelapa di lingkungan Kota Tua Jakarta, Batavia Sunda Kelapa Marina (Batavia Marina) adalah fasilitas Marina terpadu bertaraf Internasional yang pertama dan terbaru di Jakarta, dengan gedung ber-arsitektur gaya kolonial yang menyatu dengan wilayah kota Tua sekitarnya, dipadu dengan hamparan luasnya pemandangan laut lepas Teluk Jakarta. Batavia Marina menawarkan suasana unik yang tidak dapat ditemukan di tempat lain. Disini tersedia pula berbagai fasilitas seperti Dining Hall yang luas, private dining-rooms, serta Banquet Hall untuk berbagai acara. Tersedia pula fasilitas Bar & Pool-table, Cigar & Wine Lounge, Coffee-shop, business/internet room, serta ruang-rapat pribadi. Menghadap ke laut terdapat pula area taman di tepi laut bernuansa tropis, yang dapat dipergunakan untuk berbagai acara di luar-ruang (outdoor). Sebagai suatu Marina terpadu bertaraf Internasional, juga tersedia fasilitas lengkap untuk penambatan kapal-kapal pesiar pribadi, termasuk pasokan air, listrik, keamanan, serta berbagai fasilitas pendukung lainnya dengan standar Internasional. Kami nantikan kunjungan Anda, Selamat Datang!
Copyright: Exist.Inc Indonesia
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7998x3999
Taken: 19/11/2012
Hochgeladen: 19/11/2012
Aktualisiert: 03/04/2015


Tags: marina batavia; hotel; restaurant; beach
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