PT INCO's Dormitory
PT INCO's Dormitory Soroako Reviews
Comfortable Place at a Deserted Area May 11, 2008
PT INCO’s Dormitory
Even it is called dormitory, but the rooms are just like in a hotel. The dormitory belongs to PT INCO (PT International Nickel Indonesia), a mining company from Brazil. It is a place to stay for the company’s guests and bachelor employees, and also for contractor’s employees. Currently, it is operated by Luciana Group.
The dormitory is more like a motel. The guests can park their cars in front of their rooms. The room is large enough with:
• a queen size bed with two side tables;
• a dresser that also can be used to work with a laptop;
• a coffee table with 2 armed chairs;
• a medium size television;
• a medium size refrigerator but empty (not even water);
• a three doors closet.
The bathroom is completed with hot and cold water. There is a terrace at the back of the room. But, the view is not too good. There is also a laundry service.
There is a restaurant that serves buffet three times a day. The food served is European and Indonesian, but European is more dominant. It is because the guests are more expatriates than Indonesians. Other facilities are a bar, billyard tables, and table tennis. The facilities are limited because the guests are there for work not for pleasure.
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