This hotel is the oldest hotel in Indonesia, of which building appears as a beautiful East Javanese mansion from the Dutch colonial times. Though located in the heart of town, the hotel's building blends into a large lawn of lush, hundreds-year-old tropical trees and are preceded by a long driveway well-shaded by tropical hanging plants. Hotel has services such as; dry cleaning / laundry services, safe deposit boxes, postal & shipping services, secretarial services and magnificent restaurants with authentic cuisine. (04/09CB).
This hotel is located at a 1.5 hour drive from Malang through picturesque natural landscapes of rice fields and East Javanese villages. Guests can take air-conditioned taxi from Surabaya Airport. The ride takes approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes along a beautiful scenic road from Surabaya city.
Rooms are spacious dominated by romantic colors, large canopied bed and authentic East Javanese flair, with a beautiful outdoor bath and old terrazzo tiles. The Tugu Suite rooms are located in the main colonial building from the 1850s. Rooms feature air-condition, mini bar, hair dryer, slippers, international channels, in-room safe & direct dial telephone.
This hotel used to be a house of colonial that was built since 1980s and used to belong to a distinguished family of Blitar. Being the oldest hotel in Indonesia, the hotel building appears as a beautiful East Javanese mansion from the Dutch colonial times with giant white-washed pillars, furniture from the late 19th century and the early 20th century, nostalgic photographs and elegant chandeliers. The building was carefully renovated to preserve its artistic, charismatic, and historical characters.
Breakfast is Indonesian traditional menu in a-la carte style. The restaurant has an exotic East Javanese atmosphere from the Dutch coonial era, characterized by giant white-washed pillars, furniture of the similar period, and candles every evening.
Lobby is medium in size.