Gateway to The East
First settled by the Portuguese in the 16th century, Makassar grew rapidly from its early origins as a spice trading centre to become one of Southeast Asia's most important cities and the dominant trading centre of Eastern Indonesia, a position it still holds today.
With its multicultural and multi-religious atmosphere, tolerant attitudes and 'open-for-all' approach to business and trade, Makassar remains a major crossroads for shipping and trade, and a vibrant home to over one million people.
Strategically located in Makassar's Prime Time area on Jl Panakukang, at the heart of the city's business district and close to Punakukang Trade Center, one of the city's largest shopping and entertainment complexes featuring major retail stores and outlets, a modern Cinema 21 and an expansive food court, Amaris Hotel Makassar is within easy reach of the best that the city has to offer.
At Amaris hotels, our guests enjoy the comfort of a clean, crisp, Smart room with ultra-stylish design and cutting-edge LCD TV - all without having to pay more for the privilege.
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