This modern hotel is located a short walk from Macassar boardwalk.
The hotel has a large and helpful reception though English is limited. Elevators lead to the rooms. The first room they showed me was a box with no windows that reeked of smoke. I asked for a sea view and was shown a bigger, non-smoking room with a large window with a sea view. The view was partially obstructed by another hotel but still it was a great view. The room was aircon, very clean and had a nice large bed.
On the roof of the hotel was a restaurant/bar with a cool evening breeze and a 360 degree view of the city.
Besides eating in the hotel there was only a few nearby eating places.
Overall, it was a comfortable place with easy access to the waterfront.
I had planned to stay multiple days in this place but checked out into another hotel after the first night. The pictures on the website of the rooms are NOT as advertised. For 500,000 it was not worth it. Room was NOT clean - floor had something like powder on it and looked like it hadn't been vacuumed in awhile. I was frankly leery of going barefoot. There was lots of mold on the walls, shades and windows. The window's were not solid and had to squeeze tissue in them so they wouldn't rattle. The room was very small, esp. for the price. There was no safe, despite their advertisement of having them. The bathroom was VERY small, the fan was very loud and there were wires sticking out above the sink (perhaps there used to be an outlet there??). Internet service was just so-so. The breakfast was very basic, mostly Indonesian, o.k. but nothing special. The room card key did not work, had to go down to the desk to get help to get into my room multiple times. Staff were o.k., helpful. The hotel is also located near two mosques' so morning call to prayer is particularly loud here, even w/ ear plugs. I moved to another hotel (Clarion) which was having a special so room cost 475,000 night FAR superior - very clean, spacious rooms, with huge breakfast - so glad I did!