Hotel New Saphir Yogyakarta
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Hotel New Saphir Yogyakarta
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel New Saphir Yogyakarta
Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta
... again the only westerners! We pushed our way through to use the bathroom and upon me trying to leave the cubicle I had occupied, I opened the door and 3 school girls barged in and didn't give me a change to get out! Maybe they were in a rush but I'm not a fan of seeing strangers pee..especially in such small quarters! The most unusual toilet situation I've seen so far was in Vietnam or Cambodia and this little old lady literally got off our bus, and just went for a wee ...
... to be a mini hub of activity with plenty of other guesthouses, restaurants and travel agencies. Vicky was able to nod off which gave me time to check us in following an e-mail from Lion Air (with great relief) and bob down the road to print them off. Now definitively knowing we would be in Bali and its surrounding islands for the last 9 nights of our trip we started to research movements between islands and airports etc, looking at hotels for Kuta as well. Agreeing to spend our ...
... the best deal to Borobudur and Dieng plateau. It started
at 275000-300000pp and after a few hours was 200000. We were told if we could
get another 2ppl we could have it for 150000pp. The hunt for bouley (white)
began. To be fair bouley was easy to find, once a couple was identified I went
over and tried to sell the tour. Its easy for me to approach tourists as I am
also white so there is a trust there. Much of the bouley we found had ...
... before sunset to get ready to break the fast. The city jumps to life in anticipation. I've also been intrigued by the clothing styles displayed at the market, and how women find a way to make a fashion statement within pretty strict religious / ("ugly?") confines. I've included some merchandise display pictures below!
I've found the people to be incredibly helpful and friendly. For example, when I needed to go to a doctor, a random guy who I happened to ask ...
... to mention, my mom and sis decided to tag along too. Just 3 weeks before our departure, Mt Kelud erupted sending the volcano ashes all the way to Jogja. Luckily, they have manage to clear the ashes. Phew... Lucky us.
Upon arriving at Jogja, we checked into Sheraton Hotel which is 10 mins drive away from the airport but quite far away from Malioboro Street. After settling our luggage, we make our ...