Wisma Gajah Guest House

Address: Jl. Prawirotaman No.4, Yogyakarta, Java, 55153, Indonesia | Inn
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this inn rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This inn, located on Jl. Prawirotaman No.4, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
Map this inn

    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.

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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Wisma Gajah Guest House Yogyakarta

    2.50 of 5 stars Fair

    Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

    Viva le Via Via!

    A travel blog entry by jean-pascal on May 12, 2015

    4 photos

    Une journee relaxe en perspective, apres le PT de JP et un autre succulent dejeuner (en notant que la majorite des internationaux mangent des toasts et des patisseries et que les asiatiques mangent du riz et des nouilles... Incluant JP), nous relaxons ensuite a la piscine pendant qu'aucun touriste n'y est. Christine se fait faire une pedicure (75min pour 23$).

    Dans l'apres-midi, on part en ville visiter le Tamansari - Chateau d'eau - construit au 18e siecle et servant ...

    The Carving is the Thing: Borobudur and Prambanan

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 08, 2015

    3 comments, 27 photos

    ... Athos monastery, and played the key role in the spread of esoteric Buddhism in Japan. In other words, the reason Mt. Koya in faraway Japan and Borobudur in Indonesia have this same esoteric Buddhist orientation is that the guys responsible for those places studied with the same monk in China at the same time, and then carried it home.

    There are 225 million Indonesians today, but only about 5 to 6 million are Buddhists. Stlll, the influence of Buddhism on ...

    Temples and Palaces

    A travel blog entry by maddyaw on Nov 04, 2014

    2 photos

    ... early, but being woken at 4.30am when all the mosques in the area started their chanting to call everyone to prayer was pushing it a little bit. Managed to sleep a bit longer but at 7am we finally got up and got ready. We got the public bus from the main road to Prambanan temple. A very big Hindu temple constructed in 800 AD. Again there is a lot of earthquake damage but here it's clear they have a government program ...

    Country life simple and good

    A travel blog entry by ennyv on Feb 15, 2014

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... hot shower is good everything gets totally wet when taking one, the toilet as well as the toilet paper. The light is really not visible but I did bring a flashlight to read and see my face if I really want to.

    The people I taught in the workweek were nervous when they started to teach but they did really well after some coaching, I am proud of them.

    I talked to one of the traditional birth attendants she not active any more. Most women go now to a ...

    City of arts and culture

    A travel blog entry by cata.san.martin on Aug 10, 2013

    22 photos

    ... them too. The cheapest bottle I bought (1.5 litres) was 2,500 rp, that's less than 50 cents! In general, you'll find them around the 5,000 rp.
    The city is crazy, full of tuk-tuks, horse-drawn carts, cars, motorbikes, pedestrians. But within that chaos, you'll find great markets and bazaars, full of local crafts, clothes, jewelry and home decoration. And everything is cheap, but, keep in mind this advice (the first one I got when I arrived to Australia): When an Indonesian ...