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Java [i.e. Jawa] - H[otel der] Nederlanden, 1910 - 1915

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y3011B(LS)/252

Scope and Contents

A view showing a courtyard and part of the hotel premises: 'The Hotel der Nederlanden, established since 1840, is another of the leading hotels in Jakarta. Centrally situated, fronting Rijswijk, it possesses every convenience calculated to ensure the comfort of visitors. Large airy rooms, lighted by electricity, an excellent cuisine, and a well-trained staff of Javanese servants, together with a courteous management combine to make this hotel a most comfortable place to stay at. Large bungalows (consisting of three rooms with private bathrooms attached), ensconsed amid waving palms, are at the disposal of family parties ... The grounds are laid out and the private drives and tasteful walks beautifully shaded. Several languages are spoken and runners from the hotel meet all trains and boats.' (??)

Dates

  • 1910 - 1915

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Language of Materials

English

Bibliography

? Lorck, W (ed) (1912) Isles of the East is noted as the source of the text but no further information is available. ?

General

SG.

Date information

DateText: The dates are approximate..

Finding aid date

2003-04-14 14:15:26+00:00

Includes index.

Repository Details

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