It is with the first impressions on entering The Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta that one is immediately struck by the attractive eclecticism of the décor and the enchanting ambience of this historical building. The hotel was originally built in 1918 and as a perfect example of 19th century Indochina Architecture was acknowledged as a heritage building in 1996. Here a blend of European Art Nouveau is where archipelago interest together with Javanese and Chinese cultural elements combine.
Situated in the heart of Yogyakarta, The Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta is the second of the MGallery collection selected in Asia due to its history and splendid decor. The hotel boasts 143 exquisite rooms including 1 suite and 1 disabled room. All rooms have their own private balcony overlooking the urban landscape, maintained gardens or the swimming pool. Each room is tastefully designed using some of the hotels precious cultural heritage with of course the comfort of modern facilities and amenities.
One of the highlights of this hotel is the famous Paprika Restaurant serving a variety of delicious Indonesian, eastern and western dishes from an open kitchen, allowing guests to witness the bustling drama of the chef and kitchen staff in action. The 1918’s Terrace Bar overlooking an open-air courtyard with a classic statue water fountain is the place to enjoy relaxing drinks.
The MySpa offers a range of age old Javanese and contemporary treatments where one is pampered with services aimed at relaxing body and mind rejuvenation.
Other hotel facilities include Jamu Class, Cocktail Class, Yoga Class, Cooking Classes and an free informative in house tour explaining the history and artefacts of the hotel. The Phoenix Hotel is just an hour’s drive away from the world heritage sites of the Borobudur and Prambanan temples making it a practical, enchanting comfortable base from which to enjoy the sights of Yogyakarta.
The Phoenix hotel Yogyakarta
Jl. Jenderal Sudirman no. 9, Yogyakarta
Tel. +62 274 566617
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