The Phoenix Hotel is a well-presented heritage hotel in central Yogyakarta with timeless style and modern facilities. The rooms are chic, understated and cosy, the central courtyard is striking, and the interiors are decorated with Javanese antiques and artwork. It can be a little noisy at times, but that's the compromise for the great central location.
The deluxe rooms and suites are our favourites - their balconies overlook the sunny central pool and courtyard, providing the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast before heading off to explore the city’s splendours. The open-air restaurant is a calm alternative to the plethora of dining options on your doorstep, serving a selection of Indonesian, Chinese and Western dishes. Two chic bars, a beautiful spa, and a well-equipped gym complete the offering at this comfortable hideaway in the city.
In central Yogyakarta, close to restaurants and cultural highlights, this elegant hotel combines a convenient location with a sense of hideaway tranquility.
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A slice of Java’s history with bags of character and beautiful rooms to match.
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This is one of those hotels that does the basics really well. It has an interesting sense of character, without any particularly quirky features, and it ticks a lot of boxes that make a stay rewarding. It’s central location is key, allowing you to wander out of the door and be in amongst the bustle of Yogyakarta straight away. The rooms are bright, spacious and comfortable, the restaurant serves great food, the spa offers a range of blissful treatments and the ambiance is truly relaxing. A solid choice for a city stay.
Explore the sights of Yogyakarta, including Borobudur Temple, have a treatment at the spa, and enjoy the cloistered feel of the hotel’s inner courtyards.
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