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Walk with him in Bandung

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Walk with him in Bandung

The Stevie G Hotel in the town of Bandung boasts 24 individually designed 24 rooms, with such intriguing names as Wooden Vibrancy, Alice is Lost, the Deer Hunter, What is Pop Art, and - of particular interest to Reds fans - the Anfield Room.

It features large portraits of such club legends as Robbie Fowler, Ian Rush Kenny Dalglish and of course Gerrard, and details of great moments in the club's history.

Its Facebook page says: 'Our hotel offer you the striking blend of architecture and natural surroundings, with the state of the art facilities presented here.

You'll never snore alone: The Anfield room at Stevie G Hotel (Picture: Facebook)

'Stevie G Hotel has 24 executive rooms and every room features a uniqueness of the interior design to match your vibrant lifestyle.'

The Liverpool club website does not make any reference to the hotel, but it does have a page for the club's Indonesian fans.

Last summer, former club captain Phil Neal, who played for the club 650 times, visited the country to help launch plans for official club soccer schools and an international academy.

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