Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta
Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta
... wiped out and thrown into the busy traffic behind- thankfully we were in a sturdy 4 x 4 that after some expletives from the driver carried on its merry way..
We took our first flight from Padang to Jakarta on Java island and then got a connecting flight to Yogyakarta. We had decided to give Jakarta a miss having seen a few big Indonesian cities and ...
... Temple. It was fantastic! Temples that were built in the 1700's. These temples had also suffered through an earthquake, and a lot of the smaller temples collapsed. The stones are still there, and I think slowly, they are working at putting the pieces back together - it'll take generations. When we got to the temple site, we met two lovely young ladies who walked around the temples with us, explaining some of the things we saw. ...
... At the homestay there has also been some aerobics classes, Indonesian stylee... A lot of thrusting, whooping and screeching (from the instructor at least). Overall its so much fun though... I do miss group exercise.
Last week me and Uki took a trip to Solo for a massage and a trip to the cinema... Unbelievably the ticket was equivalent to around 40p! We saw the woman in black 2 (it was OK) then had a pizza hut meal deal which was a ...
... everrrr) we go for dinner and later to Banana Leaf for drinks where we play drinking games and get a little tipsy.
Then we get a taxi to a club where its full of smoke! Personally i found it awful, I couldn't breath there and left without finishing my drink. My eyes were red when I got in :0(
Vanessa, Moni & Kati decide to do the bike tour separately to the one recommended by Todd as it's half the price, it's a ...
... was in a beautiful hotel in the mountains in a town called Baturaden. There was the predictable horrifically-steep climb up to the hotel for the final 10km of the day, which was just about the end of me. Baturaden is clearly a cooler-aired mountain summer retreat, and the hotel had fantastic views down into the valley. It was slightly reminiscent of the Overlook Hotel from The Shining in that it was a very large hotel with lots of rooms, polished marble hallways and a ...