these are the best hotels in yogyakarta, cultural capital of java
Are you looking for the best boutique hotels in Yogyakarta in Java? With tips from this Yogyakarta Travel Guide you’ll have an amazing time during your trip to Java. What I really like about Java is that you can stay in absolute palaces for relatively little money. From nice budget design hotels and poshtels to luxurious hotels where you’ll lack nothing. Are you staying in Yogyakarta for more than three days? If yes, then stay is several hotels so you can go out at night by foot to grab a bite. I’ve visited several nice design and boutique hotels during my trip in Yogyakarta and in this blog I’ll mention the best of them for you!
8 X the best hotels in Yogyakarta (Java, indonesia)
Phoenix: The Phoenix hotel is a beautiful hotel from the Mgallery collection. The colonial building from 1918 is absolutely stunning and surrounding the pool. The rooms are classic with Indonesian details. A great base to explore Yogyakarta from!
Jl. Jend. Sudirman No.9, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Hyatt Regency: When you’re staying at the Hyatt Regency in Yogyakarta you don’t feel like your in the city at all. Namely because this hotel is situated in a garden of 24 hectare! A lovely hotel to completely come at ease in full-on luxury.
Jalan Palagan Tentara Pelajar, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Gallery: Another hotel situated in a beautiful old premise. This hotel is perfectly situated in one of the most trendy neighbourhoods of Yogyakarta, just like the Greenhost Hotel and the Adhisthana hotel. During the day you can make some nice visits or lie by the pool and in the evening have some great dinner at one of the hotspots on the street Jl. Prawirotaman.
Jalan Prawirotaman II No. 839 B, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Grand Aston: The Grand Aston is a 5-star hotel in the centre of Yogyakarta, on walking distance of the Jl. Marioboro. It has a lovely pool and classic interiored rooms.
Gondokusuman, Jl. Urip Sumoharjo No.37, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Gaia Cosmo: You won’t lack modern hotels in Yogyakarta! When you’re in the lobby and restaurant of the Gaia Cosmo hotel you almost don’t feel like you’re in Indonesia. From the lobby you have a view over the pool where you can perfectly relax on one of the sunbeds after a day of visiting the tempels.
Jl. Ipda Tut Harsono No.16, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Greenhost Boutique Hotel: A great hotel in the area of Prawirotaman is the Greenhost Boutique Hotel. Relaxing by the pool, have some dinner in the Kitchen Gallery restaurant or do some shopping in the concept store at the hotel. The room are decorated with lots of natural colours and materials and they all have airoconditioning.
Jalan Prawirotaman II No. 629, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Adhisthana Hotel: I always love it when you discover a really cool design hotel in a city that’s also very affordable. You immediately feel at home at the Adhisthana Hotel. On the courtyard near the lobby you can relax for a bit, but it’s even better to go and relax by the pool. The whole hotel is interiored with locally made things. The next time I’m in Yogyakarta I’ll definitely stay here for a couple of nights!
Jl. Prawirotaman II No.613, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Inna Garuda: The Inna Garuda hotel used to be one of the most fancy hotels in the city. You still feel the grandeur when you walk through the corriders of the hotell. During my press trip through Java I stayed here at one of the suites and the rooms are interiored with authentic Indonesian furniture. This hotel is situated at the main street Jl. Malioboro which is convenient if you want to explore the city by foot or want to go for a bit of shopping.
Jalan Malioboro No.60, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Travel Tips YOGYAKARTA (JAVA, INDONESIa)
This is how you get there: There are several airlines that fly to Java daily. Of course you can fly directly to Yakarta and then on to Yogyakarta, but it’s also fun to do a stop-over in another cool city like Singapore or Hong Kong. In that case, fly with Singapore Airlines or with Cathay Pacific. They even often have a direct flight to Yogyakarta!
Looking for more tips on Indonesia? Check out Indonesia.travel!
Anne de Buck