Hotel Emerald Gardenia is located on Jalan Sisingamangaraja no. 18 Medan, North Sumatra. Jalan Sisingamangaraja is one of the most bustling centers of Medan city, the third biggest city in Indonesia. The development of Medan city was very fast since the colonization of the Dutch due to the big estates of coffee, cacao, spices, and rubber which North Sumatra was one of the biggest yielder of the agricultural Product. Now the city of Medan as the capital city of North Sumatra province is the most bustiling city in the island of Sumatra. Garuda Plaza Hotel offers setragic location for both travelers in Business and leisure.
Hotel offers beautiful guest rooms in some choices from standard rooms, superior rooms, deluxe rooms and executive rooms. Each guest room is equipped with air conditioning, private bathroom with hot and cold running water, sitting facilities, and storing facilities for belongings.
Business Center, Grand Ballroom, 24 Hours Meranti Coffee House, Executive Club Lounge, Ho Phin Court Chinese Restaurant, Fitness Centre & Gymnasium, Ebony Karaoke Lounge, 24 Hours Room Service, Travel Agent Office, Save Deposit Box, Lobby Lounge, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court, Ample Parking, Car Rental, Golf Course, Florist, and Drug Store.
Hotel Emerald Garden is located close to the shopping areas along the left and right sides of Jalan Sisingamangaraja, so the guests would not be worry about the daily need which is probably not available at the hotel counters or hotel arcades. The location of various shops are within the walking distance from Emeral Garden Hotel. The most interesting places of sightseeing in North Sumatra are the Orangutan Rehabilitation Center at Bohorok, natural beauty of the Batak Land Lake Toba and the island of Samosir.
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Sumatra island offers great choice of sightseeing such as orangutans, lake Toba, traditional Batak village, water fall, and various wild life farming and plantations. Lake Toba is the most beautiful scenery in Indonesia with Samosir island on it, creation of natural disaster 70.000 years ago Lake Toba Samosir