: Timuran MG III/103
Check in time
: 13:00 Check out time
More than a decade existence has chiseled out Duta Garden Hotel is a unique properties to appeal convincingly to every new clientele. Though the vibrant façade sports an attractive composition of lavish green garden and dominant white buildings, it is hard to trace any transparent aging flaws, either faded tints or marring taints, which would disrupt guests’ intact pleasure.
Both the proprietor’s and the location’s reputation upholds Duta Garden Hotel‘s undeniable quality. Being a part of three hotels united in Java-Bali Accommodation, this hotel seeks to achieve international standard of guest enjoyment. The idyllic setting is one living proof for sure. A gravel path amidst lush garden escorts a curious visitor to a swimming pool and a dainty fish pond in which a mini waterfall breaks the silence with water stream tinkle. The effect is natural-like tranquility in a perfect paradise; no hawkers, no noisy streets, and no guest crowds encroach upon your siesta by the pool. But if you desire to stray beyond the hotel gate, flock of tantalizing eateries nestled on Prawirotaman streets await for your craving arrival. Descent satisfaction lingers surrounding the hotel for almost twenty-four hours. Moreover, several tourism focal points like Sultan’s Palace and Malioboro, the promenade shopping district, reside only few blocks away. Gallivanting on foot or by a traditional three-cycle (becak) is a advisable activity that will showcase the real faces of Jogja, the artisan’s city.
Tropical style determines Duta Garden Hotel‘s way of living. Fan cooling system occupies a small number of guestrooms with either single or double beds, which bathroom incorporates both shower and bathtub. Ethnical ornaments and wooden chairs also adorn the room interior, complemented with an exquisite garden view.
For first-time Jogja travelers, it may be best to join in a romantic tour provided by Duta Garden staff. The trip comprises a visit to Prambanan Temple, Tamansari Water Castle (where Sultan’s Harems used to take a bath), and Ngasem Bird Market on the first day. The next day breakfast in the in-house poolside dining, catering local, oriental, and continental menus, starts a chain journey to Sultan’s Palace, Borobubur and Mendut Temples, and an ancient Batik Museum. Delving into Kasongan, Gendheng Village to scrutinize accent leather puppet handicrafts and potteries happens on the penultimate day, which ends up with close observance on local batik and wood industry at Krebet Village. A brisk check-out on the fourth day is the romantic tour happy ending, when memorable moments are still resonating in your mind, seeping a secret wish to return back soon to the artisan’s city, especially to Duta Garden Hotel – the dainty yet compelling accommodation.