Hotel Istana Batik Ratna
AddressJalan Pasar Kembang 29 YogyakartaSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Located at the heart of the city.
Built in one floor Javanese traditional architecture. All room equipped with individual air conditioning, cable TV, private bath or shower with hot and cold running water, free WiFi internet access at whole hotel areas.
Joglo Restaurant providing traditional Indonesian cuisine for dinning experience.
Guest can have relaxing time at Tirta Ratna Swimmingpool.
Yogyakarta or called JOGJA has long been known as the cradle of Javanese culture. The most interesting tourist attraction in Jogja such as cultural heritage, cultural attraction, art performance and art activities have attracted more visitor.
The various kind of traditions such as traditional ritual ceremonies, customs and way of life even traditional architectures still flourish here and colouring the daily activities of live and behaviour of the local inhabitans, particularly the Javanese community. In this case, ISTANA BATIK RATNA Hotel Yogyakarta Indonesia with its Javanese atmosphere is a traditional hotel that you can find in Jogja.
It was famous with name HOTEL BATIK PALACE, the location just five minutes on foot from Railways Station, 15 minutes drive from Airport and 10 minutes just walk to Malioboro street (the heart of the city) for shopping and sightseeing.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Breakfast Included
- Cable TV
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Free Parking
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Swimming Pool
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