A tropical garden hotel in Medan, North Sumatra
Surrounded by a lush tropical garden, Hotel Deli River offers a unique experience for your stay in the city of Medan.
Located 12 kilometers outside of the city centre, 1 hour drive from Kuala Namu Airport of Medan, our cottages are surrounded by a rich variety of fruits and plants native to North Sumatra, such as rambutan, jambu, sawo, mango, palm trees, banana trees, and a marvellous variety of tropical flowers.
Every room has hot water showers powered by solar energy, TV with international channels, complimentary water, coffee and tea, and free Wi-Fi access so you will stay connected with family and friends.
Our spacious open air Restaurant Omlandia serves a variety of traditional Indonesian and western dishes in a romantic and relaxing atmosphere.
The swimming pool is located at the edge of the valley facing the Deli River with the beautiful Sumatran jungle as its backdrop.
Relax, enjoy, and recharge in our swimming pool, on the veranda of your room, or on the terrace of Restaurant Omlandia. Hotel Deli River gives a personal touch to our service and atmosphere.
We are sure you will find your stay with us on Indonesia’s magnificent island of Sumatra, most memorable. Hotel Deli River, truly an Oasis in the city of Medan.
Features of Accommodation
shower and bath
balcony and terrace with jungle view
opposite the cottages
available with surcharge
English, Dutch, French, German & Indonesian
Rooms & Suites
Spacious and serene, this air-conditioned room is fitted with a flat screen TV, a private bathroom, and a private balcony overlooking our green tropical garden set amidst the Sumatran jungle.
Traditional Indonesian & Western Dishes
The restaurant Omlandia of Hotel Deli River serves the finest cuisines at friendly prices. The restaurant and the surrounding cottages are designed and built in traditional Batak Simalungun architecture with a colonial flavour. The name “Omlandia” derives from the student society “Omlandia”, established in 1837 in Groningen, the Netherlands. “Omlandia” refers to the countryside around a town, in this case the thousand years old Dutch city of Groningen.
Danau Toba in the Batak highlands, approximately five hours drive from Medan. There are two ways to go to Lake Toba from Medan. One way via Brastagi in the Karo highlands and the other way along the plantation route and Pematang Siantar.
Since 1973 exists in Bohorok / Bukit Lawang the orang utan rehabilitation centre where orang utans can be viewed in the jungle. Former captivated orang utans are here set free, back in their natural environment. As they were not used to find food on their own …
Medan is the third city of Indonesia and capital of North Sumatra province. The city has intense commercial contacts with Penang and Singapore as well as China. The city thanked it fast development to the plantation industry, first tobacco, later on rubber and palmoil.
It was in the province of West Java where Indonesia first made significant contact with the outside world, beginning with traders from India, later with Europeans. It was also from here that the Dutch started the colonization of Java in the sixteenth century …
In this impressive national parc are, besides still endless primary tropical rainforests, two major animal attractions to visit. These are Bohorok / Bukit Lawang where you can visit the orang utans and Tangkahan where you can ride elephants.
The journey to West Sumatra along Lake Toba is a lovely route. After leaving Prapat, the main harbor on Lake Toba, we proceed via terraced rice fields on the borders of the lake, while on our left hand the impressive Bukit Barisan mountain range rises up.