Service & Facilities

The Bintang Flores Hotel offers all of the standard services and facilities of a four-star hotel. Affiliated with Ramada Bintang Bali Resort in Tuban, Kuta – Bali and Bintang Kuta Hotel Bali in Tuban area, The Bintang Flores Hotel is able to draw on the facilities of this leading hotel for logistic support and staff training. Labuan Bajo is the transportation hub for western Flores, providing full banking and communications services.

MEETING PACKAGE

Meeting Room3

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Kelimutu Restaurant2

Half Day Meeting Package (4 hours max.)

IDR 275.000++/person
Price include;

    • 1 x coffee/tea break
    • 1 x lunch

Full Day Meeting Package (8 hours max.)

IDR 375.000++/person
Price include;

    • 2 x coffee/tea break
    • 1 x lunch

Meeting facilities;

  • LCD Projector
  • Flip chart
  • Whiteboard
  • Marker
  • Mineral water and sweet candy
  • Pencil
  • Free Wi-fi

Terms and conditions

Price above are valid for minimum 20 pax per group
Price above are subject 21% government tax and service
Valid until December 31, 2016
Extra charge IDR 100.000++/hour for an extra time
Valid only for Indonesian citizen and/or KITAS holder

Water Sport

The clean, sheltered waters around Labuan Bajo are ideal for water sports. Fronted by a private, white-sand beach, The Bintang Flores Hotel offers complete facilities for family friendly water sports activities.

Diving

The nearby islands of Komodo and Rinca offers some of the best diving opportunities in the world. A fortunate coincidence of ocean currents and underwater topography has created an exceptional degree of marine biodiversity: more species of fish than can be found in all the rivers and lakes of Europe. The Bintang Flores Hotel provides a convenient base for diving expeditions, and can arrange equipment, transportation to diving venues and diving lessons with PADI accredited instructors. Other dives sites such Riung and Maumere lie a few hours’ drive away.

Explorations

Until recently one of the most remote and seldom-visited regions of the Indonesian archipelago, improved air and sea transportation have opened Flores and adjacent islands to the world. Named Cabo da Flores,“Cape of Flowers” by 17th century Portuguese sailors, referring to the spectacular coral gardens visible under the surface of coastal waters, the mountainous topography of Flores has led to the development of numerous distinct traditions and languages, all overlaid by intriguing aspects of Portuguese culture.

Other facilities of the Bintang Flores Hotel include a dive shop, convenience store, an Internet connection, laundry and room service.