Close to Bandar Seri Begawan’s city centre the hotel is an affordable choice for explorers and has easy access to the largest mosque in Brunei the Kiarong Mosque, the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque and further afield the fascinating Kampong Ayer water village. As the majestic sun sets guests can return to relax in the air-conditioned comfort of their well-appointed room, enjoy a brew at the cafe or a treatment at the health and beauty centre before savouring an international meal at the on-site restaurant.
Why we recommend the Jubilee Hotel
- Comfortable hotel with affordable rooms
- Close to illustrious cultural sites
- Cafe and signature international restaurant
- Beauty and health centre
- Breakfast and airport transfers
Attractions near the Jubilee Hotel
The opulent Royal Regalia building
Opulence and enrichment collide in the Royal Regalia, just a short trip from the hotel. You can wander through rooms showcasing collections of discarded monuments to Brunei’s current Sultan and his successors, and unravel relics dripping in decadence, providing a snapshot into the history of royal Brunei.
Among the dazzling sights are replicas of the Sultan’s throne, an assortment of golden crowns, magnificent gowns, weapons and extravagant gifts of crystal, silver, jade and ivory. The space is practically oozing with regal decor and ornate accents.
Outstanding budget accommodation
This hotel’s magnificently central location allows for convenient exploration. The hotel is awash with old-world charm, featuring high ceilings and baroque decorations. Rooms range from standard to executive, through to the Super Deluxe Suite that boasts two spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining room and a fully-equipped kitchen.
You can wake up to a hearty breakfast in the morning that keeps everyone happy. All of this comes at a very affordable price and features additional perks such as a shuttle bus that can get you to wherever you need to go without any dramas.