We had two one night stays at the Majapahit which does retain something of the atmosphere of an old "colonial" hotel (although it's no Raffles!).Our rooms were around the attractive central courtyard with its fountains.The rooms were large & characterful, if a little worn. The A/C controls were broken in our second room.
The staff were friendly & helpful. They gladly kept one of our cases in store between our stays. If you find yourself in Surabaya I think you will find the Majapahit a good choice but note that an "Executive Room" does not imply access to a lounge or any other special services.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Majapahit is a historic luxury hotel in Surabaya, Indonesia. The hotel was founded in 1910 as Hotel Oranje by Lucas Martin Sarkies. During the Japanese occupation of Indonesia the hotel name was changed to Yamato Hotel. Mantrust Holdings Co. became the new owner in 1969 and it was named after the most enduring kingdom of ancient Indonesia. In 1993 it was formerly operated by the Mandarin Oriental group. PT. Sekman Wisata took over the hotel and changed the name to HOTEL MAJAPAHIT in 2006. Located on Jalan Tunjungan in Indonesia's largest city and capital to East Java, the hotel is located in the centre of Surabaya, close to businesses, government offices and the largest shopping district in Surabaya. HOTEL MAJAPAHIT is trully and oasis in the heart of Surabaya. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mandarin Oriental Surabaya
- Surabaya Mandarin Oriental
- Hotel Majapahit Surabaya Java