Hotel Aloha

Address: Jl. Gajahmada No. 7, East Java, Malang, Java, Indonesia | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Jl. Gajahmada No. 7, East Java, Malang.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aloha Malang

Reviewed by chilliginger

simply wonderful

Reviewed Aug 20, 2015
by (29 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

oh my goodness, one of the nicest, loveliest places we have stayed in!
We absolutely loved this hotel, the owner loves Yogyakarta and will tell you all the best places to go to, he told us about a wonderful restaurant just a five minute walk from the hotel and it was brilliant. The rest of the staff are lovely, there is tea and coffee available all day, the rooms are spotless and very comfortable. The rooms all look out onto a central area which is flooded with natural light, we were concerned that the rooms would be dark but not at all.
The breakfast is wonderful, try the local breakfast, it is beautiful. We loved the atmosphere here, we got chatting to other guests over breakfast and we were waved off by the owner, staff and other guests when we left, and we didn't want to leave, if we hadn't booked flights to leave Java I think we would have stayed a few more days.
Great memories of a wonderful place, thank you for having us.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aloha Malang

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