We stayed on the Deluxe Room and then move to the Superior Room. Both room were great. They have kitchen that can be used by all guests. The fridge in-room comes in good size, not too small and not too big so perfect to keep our gudeg nice and fresh before we take it back home. There is laundry service, if you put your laundry this morning, they will be delivered to your room the next day. Parking lot will be a bit problem because the space is not big. You can hire a motor bike which only Rp.50,000/day or a bicycle which probably only a half price than the motor bike, I can't remember the exact price. The location is close to UGM, and other universities, quite strategic for us. The entrance street only good for 1 car. There are dogs hanging around this street so this is a problem for me since I'm scared of dogs. If you need anything to buy there are Giant Supermarket in walking distance. So, nice stay, probably we'll be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- TigaLima Home Stay is located in the city center of Jogja, more specifically in the north side of Jogja, where is the center of education and activities. Near to the universities - such as UGM, Sanata Dharma, Atma Jaya, UNY, UII-, language courses, gym, swimming pools, shops, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, shopping malls and any other public places, all in walking distance. Safe, quite and homey neighbourhood with an artistic tropical house design.Cable TV, Internet and Wi Fi are available Air conditioning in the room Free Parking on premiseBeing one of the oldest cities in Indonesia, Yogyakarta has many heritage buildings and monuments. The number one must-see attraction is Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono's palace, better known as Kraton Ngayogyakarta. Other heritage buildings from colonial era are: BNI '46 building, Kantor Pos Besar (Central Post Office) building, and Bank Indonesia building, all of them are located near Sultan's palace.Yogyakarta is a heaven of inexpensive foods, and some tasty and filling dishes can be had for as low as US$0.25. There are hundreds, if not thousands of hawker stalls offering inexpensive foods.Yogyakarta is a relatively small city, so travelling around town should not be too expensive. If you are traveling on foot, note that a street sign facing you at a corner indicates the name of the street you are entering, not the cross street. The Tourism Authority has maps in English that can be obtained from its offices next to Hotel Mutiara on Jl. Malioboro, at the airport and the train station. Beware that these maps are not to scale. ... more less