We booked the Junior Suite for four nights, which should be maybe better or bigger as a regular room (at least it was more expensive), but it wasn't...
We got a room upstairs, two single beds standing in a row and the room was completly different from the rooms we saw on the picutes at asiarooms.com (where we booked the hotel) or on the guesthouse website. The bathroom was very basic and the sink doesn't look like as you wanted to wash anything there. Beside that all was there a very strong and strange smell in the room - the reason: urinal cakes in the cupboard.
We ask for another room, but it was fully booked, so we went out of the guesthouse and were looking for another place to stay. Lucky the guesthouse is in the most touristy street in Yogya. There are serveral guesthouse and hotels, so easerly we found something better (even a bit more expensive, but worth). We paid first night and left the guesthouse. Our hoildays are to dear as I wanted to stay in that room for four nights!
Anyway, the guesthouse is quite good located and the staff was friendly. I would recommened the guesthouse for backpackers, which stays one or two nights... but in the Prawirotaman Street are many places to stay!!! Just walked in and have a look!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kampoeng Djawa is an ethnic traditional design guesthouse. Bringing you the comfort and the warm of Yogya's village atmosphere.An Ethnic Design Hostel with Traditional Java Concept Living and Atmosphere. ... more less
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