Virtual 360 Degree Tours Adimulia Hotel Medan
What is the first thing you do when you want to stay at a hotel? Of course, visiting the hotel's official website is a must. From the official website, we can have a glimpse of whether the hotel is suitable for a place to stay according to one's condition.
I have a plan for a staycation at a hotel for my birthday this month, then I compare several hotels in the city of Medan through their official website first, before I look for price promos with a hotel booking application.
I found that there is one hotel in the city of Medan, Indonesia, which provides the “Virtual 360 Degree Tours” feature on their official website. Adimulia Hotel Medan is the first hotel I've seen that has this feature after I compared it with other star hotels.
I was amazed by the “Virtual 360 Degree Tours” feature. And this is the first time I've used the feature to have a quick look at a hotel I want to visit. So I decided to share my “Virtual 360 Degree Tours” experience with you guys. Hope you guys enjoy it, stay tuned!
About Adimulia Hotel Medan
Carrying a classic concept, Adimulia Hotel Medan offers a first-class visit experience with an elegant touch in the heart of Medan city.
A four-star hotel that is suitable for people who still want to be connected quickly to the center of Medan city. Adimulia Hotel Medan is conveniently accessible for leisure and business, 6 minutes drive from Medan Railink Station and an approximately 60 minutes drive from Kualanamu International Airport.
There is one thing that may also be the dream of many people including me, is the Infinity Pool which has a classy, classic, and luxurious architecture.
Let's start the “Virtual 360 Degree Tours” by browsing the hotel lobby. You can access these virtual tours through their official website, (desktop only) at the link: http://www.adimuliahotel.com/virtual360/
A touch of gold and white dominates the appearance in the lobby area. Luxurious sofas, but still designed minimalist and elegant.
To give a "bold" touch, a few touches of red were given to some of the sofas in the area.
The roof of the building looks so high, with large pillars. I'm really amazed I can also see the view on the height of the ceiling with maximum zoom out.
Looking at the roof, it also has details that still maintain a minimalist elegant element.
At the end of the lobby, we can see a black piano, which is in the middle of the location of the two sides of the stairs.
To continue accessing "Virtual 360 Degree Tours" in this lobby view, we can see 4 location menu options provided, which we can click on and we will be escorted to the location we clicked on.
There is a choice of 3 room locations and one cafe. Let's see!
Room with standard class. Gold and red colors dominate, maintaining the impression we see in the lobby.
Unfortunately, in this virtual tour version of the deluxe room, we cannot access the bathroom area. Only bedroom.
EXECUTIVE DELUXE ROOM
Slightly different from the deluxe room, the executive deluxe looks a little more spacious. It's just that I see no significant difference.
For design, everything is the same as in the previous room. Still maintaining the dominance of gold and red.
Just like the virtual tour in the deluxe room area, we are not given access to visit the bathroom area.
Visiting the area, the suite room, it looks very clear the spacious room. In fact, we have access to virtual tours to the Living Room and Bathroom.
In the living room, there are two types of chairs: in the dining table area and a family sofa in front of the TV cabinet.
We can also see a small bathroom for a different living room in the main bathroom in the suite.
The bedroom looks the same as the other room types, but there is no corner sofa. There is only a work desk next to the TV area.
I always like to see hotel bathrooms that have a bathtub. The main reason is that my bathroom doesn't have a bathtub. That's the point. LOL.
The bathroom looks spacious and still maintains the same design and color as the other rooms.
Let's enjoy the last part of the virtual tour provided by Adimulia Hotel Medan.
We visit "Cafe De Palmo" which is also filled with the dominance of the classic and luxurious gold color.
On “Virtual 360 Degree Tours Adimulia Hotel Medan” does not provide access to the popular infinity pool area!
So as a bonus for this content, I added a photo of the infinity pool that I took from the hotel's official website. So beautiful!
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