Wisma Gajah Guest House

Address: Jl. Prawirotaman No.4, Yogyakarta, Java, 55153, Indonesia | Inn
 
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This inn, located on Jl. Prawirotaman No.4, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsWisma Gajah Guest House Yogyakarta

      Reviewed by shyoungstr

      Par for the course

      Reviewed Jul 31, 2011
      by (30 reviews) Los Angeles , United States Flag of United States

      All I really wanted was to get back and crash so I made sure to book a room the night before, Meanwhile after three tries they finally put me in an upgraded room. The first the door didn't lock, the second the A/C didn't work, the next the bath was so black from mildew.
      Pass!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Wisma Gajah Guest House Yogyakarta

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