Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta is situated in the scenic outskirts of
north-western Yogyakarta. The idyllic location affords stunning
views of Mount Merapi (the sacred mountain of Java), Seribu Mountain
and Java's beautiful landscape.
In addition, it is also strategically situated near the main highway
with convenient access to Borobudur Temple, the city centre and
many other places of interest. Adisucipto Airport Yogyakarta is
just a 15-minute journey by car. [»
Elegantly set in 24 hectares of beautifully landscaped hotel gardens,
the seven-storey Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta is built on the concept
of the 'Legacy of a Misty Tropical Ruin Village', an ancient ruin
and supporting village sitting in the midst of a tropical jungle.
The theme incorporates the same axis and many architectural details
of the renowned Borobudur Temple.
Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta's public areas repeat the images of an
Indonesian village, consisting of a collection of pavilions roofed
in the Javanese style, and housing the hotel communication centre,
café-restaurant, Lobby Lounge, Lobby Court and the hotel
Ballroom. The versatile Ballroom can be configured to host a wide
range of Yogyakarta social gatherings and corporate events.
Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta's guest rooms and hotel suites offer a
wealth of luxuries and amenities to ensure that hotel guests enjoy
a comfortable and relaxing stay in Yogyakarta. Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta's
main restaurant, Kemangi Bistro, features an open show-kitchen with
a wood-burning pizza oven, while a variety of hotel dining venues
and bars serve a selection of Indonesian and international cuisine.
Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta offers a full range of hotel recreational
facilities including a nine-hole golf course and floodlit driving
range, floodlit tennis courts, a multi-level free-form pool, and
a hotel health club where hotel guests may enjoy the sauna, jacuzzi
and cold plunge, together with an extensive range of pampering massage
therapies and body and beauty treatments all on the hotel premises.
The hotel's Camp Hyatt programme features supervised games and activities
for children of different age groups. Located in the hotel lobby,
the Hyatt Boutique displays exquisite pieces from Indonesia's leading
designers in addition to crafts and mementos of Yogyakarta.
Places of Interest
Golfers can tee off at the nine-hole golf course within the hotel
grounds, or at the nearby Merapi Golf course in Cangkringan village
which is only 25 minutes' drive from the resort. Yogyakarta is recognised
worldwide for its highly-developed arts and culture, and local artists
and craftsmen produce a wide selection of paintings, sculpture,
furniture and artefacts. Personally tailored tours to art galleries,
workshops and cultural events are available. Javanese culture is
characterised by an abundance of rituals.