Founded by the Portuguese in the early 16th century, Gorontalo is one of the oldest towns in Sulawesi and was a primary center for Islamic learning for the whole of eastern Indonesia. Fort Otonaha, one the original three forts built overlooking the waters of Lake Limboto, remains intact, commanding a picturesque spot overlooking the lake. The islands of Pepaya, Mas and Rajain North Gorontalo are a renowned turtle habitat, and have been a nature reserve since colonial times.
Amaris Hotel Gorontalo is located on Jl. Sultan Botutihe in the heart of the city, affording easy access to all main attractions and services. A number of traditional old buildings may be found in the vicinity, reflecting Gorontalo’s unique character: a modern Indonesian city, with strong traditional and religious values.
Created to meet the needs of the modern-day urban professional, every Amaris hotel offers a stylish yet affordable alternative, complete with modern amenties and professional service.