0.21km from Sabar Menanti RestaurantThis capsule hotel is decent, although it is but a small subsidiary of it's larger cousins like Nuve Hotel, Nuve Heritage hotel and the likes. This capsule hotel doesn't have many beds, but it's price is decent and so definitely worth booking in advance for this place if you're on a tight budget. It is definitely worth the money. I commend the cleanliness of the toilet and pretty good capsule pods, large enough for stayers to hang out in their own capsules. I was lucky to have very considerate backpackers during my three night stay there, and everyone basically kept to themselves, which I was completely fine with. I was a little disappointed with it's communal area and what they had to offer. They have a small dart and target hanging on the wall, and a set of ping pong sets sitting around with no table tennis table to be seen. There was no water dispenser or fridge, which meant i had to go out and purchase water on my own. They did have a small water boiler for use though. Expecting that their communal area would be better provisioned, I was rather disappointed with the lack there of. The communal area was also accessible to public, and didn't feel at all homey or exclusive to patrons. Breakfast was also rather disappointing, there was only white bread, two to three kinds of spreads, packet coffee, teabags, one plain cereal option and UHT milk. And none of these items are available after breakfast. The internet is somewhat spotty during peak hours, the 5G is not reliable in the communal area and their regular wifi becomes rather slow during peak hours of the night; to say the least since everyone would probably be using the internet then as well. Front desk was amazing, checking in and out was very good. Staff were friendly, helpful and polite. Overall a good experience, and I'd definitely recommend Bond Boutique Capsule Hotel, so long as you aren't fussed about breakfast or an exclusive communal area.