Puri Artha Hotel

Address: Jln. Cendrawasih 36, Yogyakarta, Java, 55281, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Jln. Cendrawasih 36, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsPuri Artha Hotel Yogyakarta

          Reviewed by travelingnomad

          Get the local feel in luxury

          Reviewed Jul 1, 2016
          by (4 reviews) Westport, MA USA , United States Flag of United States

          Puri Artha Hotel has a lot of local character and charm compared with all the new, modern high rise hotels along Malioboro Street. It is slightly away from the center, but within 5 minutes of Malioboro, the main shopping district many come for. It is a peaceful sanctuary in a bustling city. The grounds are absolutely beautiful with large and small gardens, which look more like works of art. We were upgraded to a huge room with a 4 poster bamboo bed and marble floors. It is well kept and clean.. Rooms have all the modern comforts,fridge, hot water pot, flat screen TV, good wi-fi. All have a balcony or terrace where you sit out in leather Queen Anne chairs, like royalty, to enjoy the views of the garden or pool. Breakfast buffet was excellent, as was the restaurant with very reasonable prices, Highly recommended.

          Puri Artha Hotel Gardens
          Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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          A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Aug 22, 2015

          2 comments, 36 photos

          ... buses all over the city for the one fixed price. We jumped off the bus at a landmark given to us by the homestay owner, and walked about 10 minutes to reach ‘Omar Sabah homestay’, hidden amongst the midst of locals. We looked very out of place wandering the streets with our backpacks, and when we approached a street vendor to order some nasi goreng for dinner, they were very shy and embarrassed to communicate with us. Thankfully during our time in Indonesia we ...

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          A travel blog entry by mandeep.mohan on Aug 16, 2015

          ... Decided against taxi and private driver and caught a local bus to Borobudur. Bus was actually sick. It doesn't really stop and people just hop on. Way better than UK. Fun way to travel. Bus driver was a sick driver and floored it. Arrived in Borobudur in late afternoon and checked into hotel. Hotel was super nice. Then decided to rent some mountain bikes and try and watch the sunset. Obviously we flopped it and missed ...

          The Carving is the Thing: Borobudur and Prambanan

          A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 08, 2015

          3 comments, 27 photos

          ... but it’s also Hindu, not Buddhist at all, and Borobudur is the largest and one of the most important Buddhist sites on earth. I’m not really sure what the Indonesian government, which is dominated by Muslims as is the overall population of Indonesia, is trying to accomplish with this requirement.

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          Puri Artha Hotel Gardens
          Yogyakarta, Indonesia