JH is Jeruton Hotel
Found out that the JH that I blog about recently is not the ‘Jerudong Hotel’. Yes its JH but it stands for Jeruton Hotel. It opened on New Year’s Day. Hubby and I checked it out last weekend and found it’s a neat place with staff running here and there and one or two guests sitting in the lounge. Three staff were at one table, looking very busy or at least trying to look busy; it must been a busy time for them as the hotel have just opened.
Now the room rates. For both standard and deluxe room, it cost BND38 per night. A junior suite cost BND58 and its Executive Suite at BND78. Very cheap, yes?
What I found interesting is that the hotel’s restaurant has also the ‘J… H’ attached to it and some more words after them. Its call, ready for this – the Jeruton Hotel Restaurant Al-Amar Ma’aruf Catering Services. I don’t know why some businesses like to come up with long names.
Anyway, its buffet of Asean food cost BND4.80 per head. Will try this cheap buffet. Maybe there’s Ayam Penyet tuck somewhere in the chicken station.
The name of the restaurant sound familiar. Now I recall one with the same name in Jangsak, just across SMS School (formerly known as the famous PDS). It look like the owner is the same, one Mr Ali Rahman whose name also sound familiar to me.
The brochure says easy transportation but when I asked the Front Staff if they provide airport transfer for guests, she said ‘Nope. Sorry we don’t have that service.’ Yet? They should have, as Jerudong is about 15 minute drive from the airport. So I don’t quite understand what they mean by easy transportation there.
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