With its wealth of historic and cultural attractions, Yogyakarta (or “Jogja” for short) is one of Indonesia’s greatest treasures, with a host of unique attractions. Where else can you learn the ancient art of batik weaving, watch an all-night shadow puppet (wayang kulit) performance, or learn to play traditional gamelan music? While the World-Heritage listed Borobudur temple and the Hindu temple complex at Prambanan stand as monuments to the region’s ancient and illustrious past, modern Yogyakarta remains an important centre for learning – hence its nickname kota pelajar, or “Student City”.
Amaris Hotel Sagan is located on Jalan Prof. Dr. Herman Yohanes only a few minutes away from the train station as well as the main tourist attractions including the traditional Beringharjo market and the renowned cultural center, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta. The city’s renowned Gajah Mada University, as well as Yogyakarta State and Sanata Dharma universities are some of the many academic establishments based in the area.
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.