D'bee House Bandung
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Berapakah harga sewa kamar di D'bee?

Kamar Mahasiswa
Lantai Dasar Rp.1.500.000,-/bulan
Lantai Paling Atas Rp.1.700.000/bulan
Lantai Lainnya Rp.1.600.000,-/bulan
 
Kamar Mahasiswi Rp.1.600.000,-/bulan

Apakah D'bee hanya khusus untuk mahasiswa/i, bolehkah untuk karyawan/wati?

Ya, D'bee hanya menerima mahasiswa dan mahasiswi untuk menyewa kamar.

Bagaimana cara pembayarannya ?

Menyerahkan deposit senilai 1 bulan sewa, minimum lama sewa pertama kali 3 bulan, dibayarkan dimuka sekaligus, selanjutnya dapat dibayar secara bulanan paling lambat tanggal 5.

Fasilitas apa saja yang saya dapatkan secara FREE?

Kamar 3,5 x 4 m2 single bed fully furnished, private bath room, water heated, wifi internet, cable tv, laundry & cleaning service.

Bagaimana caranya untuk reservasi kamar?

Reservasi :
Windu Pramono
Tel : 022 - 2034827
08889926600

Apakah ada discount untuk pembayaran sekaligus setahun?

Untuk pembayaran sekaligus setahun diberikan discount senilai 1 bulan sewa.

Apakah D'bee menerima sewa kamar harian?

Tidak

Berapakah ukuran kamar di D'bee?

3,5 x 4 m2
 
 
 
Bandung (pronounced [bʌndʊŋ]) is the capital of West Java province in Indonesia, and the country's third largest city. Located 768 m (2,520 ft) above sea level, Bandung has relatively year-around cooler temperature than most other Indonesian cities. The city lies on a river basin and surrounded by volcanic mountains. This topography provides the city with a good natural defense system, which was the primary reason of Dutch East Indies government's plan to move the colony capital from Batavia to Bandung. The Dutch colonials first opened tea plantations around the mountains in the eighteenth century, followed by a road construction connecting the plantation area to the capital (180 km or 112 miles to the northwest). The European inhabitants of the city demanded the establishment of a municipality (gemeente), which was granted in 1906 and Bandung gradually developed itself into a resort city for the plantation owners. Luxurious hotels, restaurants, cafes and European boutiques were opened of which the city was dubbed as Parijs van Java. After Indonesian independence, the city experienced a rapid development and urbanization that has transformed Bandung from idyllic town into a dense 15,000 people/kmē metropolitan area, a living space for over 2 million people. Natural resources have been exploited excessively, particularly in the conversions of protected upland area into highland villa and real estates. Although the city has encountered many problems, ranging from waste disposal, floods to chaotic traffic system, Bandung however still has its charm to attract people flocking into the city, either as weekend travellers or living in. There are hundreds of public and private schools in Bandung. Like in other Indonesian cities, Bandung has several state-funded and administered junior high and high schools, called State Junior High Schools (SMP Negeri) and State High Schools (SMA Negeri), respectively. At least sixteen universities — three of which are state-owned universities — and 45 professional schools are scattered throughout the city. Education from social sciences, technology until tourism education can be found in one of those universities. Among the several state universities located in Bandung, Institut Teknologi Bandung (Bandung Institute of Technology), Universitas Padjadjaran (University of Padjadjaran), and Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (Indonesia University of Education) also Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Gunung Djati (Sunan Gunung Djati Islamic State University), Politeknik Negeri Bandung (Bandung State Polytechnic) and Politeknik Manufaktur Bandung (Bandung Manufacture Polytechnic) are considered among the best universities in their respective fields of specialty in Indonesia. Established 1920, Institut Teknologi Bandung is Indonesia's oldest and most prestigious technical university. Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (formerly IKIP Bandung, established in 1954) is one of the first institutions of higher education established after Indonesian independence and is currently a leading education university in the country. Universitas Padjadjaran (established in 1956) is considered to be one of the best universities in the country in the fields of medical, law, communication, and economic studies. In the north of Bandung, Bosscha Observatory is the only observatory in Indonesia. Construction of the observatory began in 1923 and was completed in 1928. In 1922, the first international publication from Bosscha Observatory was published and in 1959, the observatory was included as a part of the department of astronomy in the Institut Teknologi Bandung (Bandung Institute of Technology).


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