While Bali has established itself as one of the world’s major tourist destinations, other parts of Indonesia are still opening up to foreign tourists — and about time, too. Marriott International’s entry into the Indonesian market comes at an ideal time with the opening of Yogyakarta Marriott Hotel
Yogyakarta Marriott Hotel is not only the newest hotel in the historic city, but is also leading the pack in terms of innovative meeting facilities for business travelers as well as easy access to all of the city’s tourist attractions.
The 347-room hotel, with its various business facilities and proximity to some of Yogyakarta’s (Jogja’s) attractions, cleverly blends business and leisure in the cultural capital of Indonesia. With three dining venues, the all-day dining Yogyakarta Kitchen boasts a modern design with an interactive open-kitchen buffet concept, while the Taman Sari Bar & Grill specialty restaurant is a fine choice to unwind with a view of the swimming pool. The Lounge on the lobby offers a convenient atmosphere for casual meetings.
Besides the three dining establishments, Yogyakarta Marriott Hotel also boasts a modern gym, a serene day spa, an outdoor pool, a boardroom, seven meeting rooms, and several pre-function areas to host various business meetings and intimate events. Its 1,870-square-metre pillar-less ballroom is also the largest in Yogyakarta, making it the grandest venue in town for special celebrations.
Another facilities includes the largest club lounge in town, the M-Club makes an exclusive place to indulge in some drinks over a small talk. The holistic sanctuary Quan Spa will pamper guests with selections of beauty rituals, while the Exercise Room will keep everyone fit with cutting-edge workout machines. Guests can also simply plunge into the outdoor swimming pool to refresh and relax. If you’re looking to indulge in retail therapy, the hotel is also connected to the new Hartono Mall, which has everything from homeware stores, to a large supermarket, as well as various international and regional clothing brands.
Additionally, the hotel also boasts a prime location for those hoping to immerse in Jogja’s tradition and culture, as the 18th-century historical Keraton Royal Palace and the UNESCO-listed Borobudur Temple, one of the world’s largest Buddhist temples, are only an hour’s drive away.
The hotel is located 20 minutes away from Adi Sutjipto International Airport.
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