Grand Ambarrukmo Hotel is 7 kilometers to the city center, near some of the world's finest handicrafts in the Malioboro shopping district, and sightseeing in the exquisitely embellished pavilions of the Sultan's palace; convenient access to Borobudur the world's largest Buddhist temple; 15 kilometers to the airport.
Grand Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta Hotel is an international deluxe golf resort on the scenic of Yogyakarta modeled after the ancient temple and Javanese palace amidst hectares of beautifully landscaped garden with convenient access to Borobudur, the world-renowned Buddhist monument. With its pastoral surroundings, the hotel is an ideal venue for corporate meetings and conference, golfing and post-meeting tour options.
The public areas repeat the images of an Indonesian village, consisting of a collection of pavilions roofed in the Javanese style, and housing the hotel communication center, café-restaurant, Lobby Lounge, Lobby Court and the Hotel Ballroom. The versatile Ballroom can be configured to host a wide range of Yogyakarta social gatherings and corporate events.
Grand Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta offers a wealth of luxuries and amenities in every guest room to ensure that hotel guests enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay in Yogyakarta. The main restaurant, Kemangi Bistro, features a variety of hotel dining venues and bars serve a selection of Indonesian and international cuisine.
Grand Ambarrukmo Hotel offers a full range of hotel recreational facilities including a nine-hole golf course and floodlit driving range, floodlit tennis courts, a multi-level free-form pool, and a hotel health club where hotel guests may enjoy the sauna, Jacuzzi and cold plunge, together with an extensive range of pampering massage therapies and body and beauty treatments all on the hotel premises.
Grand Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta features supervised games and activities for children of different age groups. Located in the hotel lobby, the Hyatt Boutique displays exquisite pieces from Indonesia's leading designers in addition to crafts and mementos of Yogyakarta.