Vila, 2 quartos
Max. 4 adults and 3 children
Max. 2 adults and 1 child
Check-out ends at: 12:00
Yos Sudarso Street 28 - Banyuwangi, East Java - Indonesia - 68421
Check-out ends at: 12:00
Reviewed 29 june, 2022
Good service, clean room, so feel comfortable for vacation or working. The hotel provide delicious snack. Vary menu that deserve in restaurant, from indonesian to western food, and delicious The bed room also clean and comfort.
Cheap and Clean
Reviewed 17 june, 2021
I stayed at Mirah hotel just for 1 night, as a layover to Bali. We reached at night as we were driving all the way from JKT. The room was neat and clean, but there were many Mosquitoes. We were hungry and sleepy, so we ordered food the time we entered the property. The food came in no time, but it tasted like as if it had been cooked 3 days before serving. we ordered Spaghetti, and it tasted very bad. We were a group of 20 people, and our overall experience was fine, the staff was friendly and were very quick.
If there is no other choice, okay....
Reviewed 12 january, 2020
Old hotel, everything is slowly deteriorating. Staff is very friendly and tries hard to make a good job. The mosque next to the hotel has a very loud muezzin, once he calls for prayers, one can not understand his own words anymore, and he is going on for ever ! ... This hotel is only a second choice to us.
Enjoy Pool Villa
Reviewed 10 july, 2019
Good location only 500 meters from Ketapang Harbor. We booked villa 2 bedrooms with privated pool, 1 big room with sofa bed and 1 big room with doublebed ( kingsize 2 mtr ), very polite and helpfull staff..breakfast is good many choice mixed indonesian and western food
Only stay if you dont plan on sleeping
Reviewed 26 june, 2019
We stayed here for 2 nights with some friends before we went up to Ijen. Thankfully one of those nights we left the hotel at 00.30 and we checked out as soon as we got back as on the first night we got 0 sleep. Our room was situated right next to the entrance which cars drive past at all hours of the day and night. It's also next to the restaurant which is open 24 hours (although not sure why as we never saw anyone in there). People are coming and going all throughout the day and night and noone seems to control their screaming kids. But worst of all theres a mosque right next to the hotel which seems to go on all throughout the night. It's not just the call to prayer, it's almost constant noise pollution and we got pretty much sleep on the one night we needed it. We thought it was bad at our room but our friends were staying in one of the villas next to the pool and it was much worse there. The hotel does have a pool but I wasnt brave enough to go in. There was scum floating around on the top and I saw one guy spitting into it. Our friends kids were brave enough to go in and all 3 got sick the next day. Perhaps this was a coincidence. Food was ok at the restaurant when you eventually found something that was available. Most items were sold out each time we tried to eat and dont try to get any other alcoholic drink than a Bintang. No idea why they even advertise others as they clearly haven't been in stock for some time. In our room the toilet didnt flush at all. We spoke to reception who said they'd send someone but they didnt. We later called them and eventually sent someone 2 hours later who fixed it.The room itself I guess was ok but very basic and had no soap in the bathroom, standard hygiene standards in the hotel it seemed. Breakfast was pretty terrible. There were no plates or bowls when we got there after our return from Ijen at around 8.30am. When we asked for some it was a huge chore to get some and took about 10 minutes. Most of the food was sat open and not readily replenished so wasnt fresh at all. The floor was totally filthy looked like it hadn't been cleaned all morning with dirt and dropped food all over. There were many dishes but not really much for a western palate other than egg station and toast, it was more like a lunch buffet with pastas, lasagne etc. I dont think I'll be heading this way again, but if I was theres no way I'd stay at Hotel Mirah again.