Omah Pari Boutique Hotel

Address: Jl. Nakulo no 34, Kapten Piere Tendean, Wirobrajan. ( 1,5 miles from Shopping Malioboro and Sultan palace), Yogyakarta, Java, 55111, Indonesia | Condo
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The charming Omah Pari Boutique Hotel is tucked away in a residential area, making it tough to find, but it's worth the hunt. This small residence retains classic, exterior architecture that spills into the condos and guest rooms, which are very simply designed yet elegant and spacious. There are a couple of dining options within Omah Pari, but the hotel also offers a transportation service for guests who would like to get out and see the bustling city of Yogyakarta. Guests enjoy the friendly, accommodating staff and serviced apartments, but tend to feel cut off from the surrounding area. Omah Pari is a nice, quiet reprieve from city life, but it is perhaps better enjoyed if you have your own vehicle.


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This condo, located on Jl. Nakulo no 34, Kapten Piere Tendean, Wirobrajan. ( 1,5 miles from Shopping Malioboro and Sultan palace), Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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    The tip of the iceberg

    A travel blog entry by kepst on Jul 19, 2014

    6 comments, 7 photos

    ... insisted on taking me on his motorcycle and refused to accept any money. That would never happen in America!

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    A travel blog entry by jamz80 on Mar 14, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Armed with the usual travel stuff (camera, hat, sunblock, sunglasses, umbrella), off to our first destination. Our driver arrived earlier than expected to pick us up at our hotel Lobby. Echo, our driver can speak limited English but its okay we still manage to communicate with actions, some Bahasa and English.

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    A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome on Jan 05, 2014

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    ... its a shame that we didn't get to hang out for more than one evening.

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    Day of Travel

    A travel blog entry by ironinkent on Aug 01, 2013

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    An early start in order to get to the station to catch the train to Yogjakarta.

    Our first experience of Kereta Api, Indonesian Railways, and the Argo Wilis Bandung to Surubaya express.

    Entry to the platforms necessitated passing through fairly strict security, which was reassuring given recent bombings, and helpful railway employees directed us to our carriage and seats.

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