Every corner of Adhistana Hotel has been designed to take an aesthetically pleasing Instagram shot with, especially those iconic colourful window shutters! Beautiful architecture combining European, Chinese and traditional Javanese influences will decorate your sight throughout your stay.
Adhistana Hotel is a stylish concept hotel offering affordable prices with good food, friendly staff and excellent location. Right in the strategic Prawirotaman area, it is easy to get around in search of food or sights on foot or motorbike.
All the rooms are equipped with air conditioning, satellite TV, complimentary toiletries and a private bathroom. For those with tight purse strings, there are also dormitory rooms with shared bathrooms.
Adjoining the hotel is Lawas Cafe, ready to cater to your coffee and hunger pangs from 7am-12am with both local and Western food options. An outdoor swimming pool is ready to cool you off after your hot morning walk. Laundry and motorbike rental services are available too.
Greenhost Boutique Hotel
Something like a hybrid between prison blocks with the bare, grey walls and a happy, flourishing greenhouse is Greenhost Boutique Hotel, a truly one-of-a-kind hotel with strong values on eco-awareness. Meet Agricrafture, a concept combining agriculture and architectural integrity.
If environmental sustainability is a concern of yours, then you have something in common with Greenhost! They operate on principles protecting their amount of ecological impact. Operating systems, building materials, purchasing policies, water use, energy conservation and waste recycling… you name it, they really do care.
Apart from the stunning exterior decoration mimicking a small scale Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the rooms itself don’t fall short. They are furnished from sustainable materials and offer you your holiday luxuries of air conditioning, TV, a wardrobe and comfy sofa, and complimentary toiletries found in your private bathroom.
Still contemplating? Well, the hotel also comes with the Art Kitchen, that assures you a varied cuisine of quality food served while your eyes enjoy the view of the calming swimming pool in the middle of the hotel. Let’s not forget the Tea Spa to unwind after a long adventure-filled day. This is definitely one of those hotels you will think twice about leaving!
Dusun Jogja Village Inn
Dusun Jogja Village Inn is a Javanese themed oasis located just a bit outside the Prawirotaman area that has an atmosphere of utmost tranquility. Find yourself serenaded by their lush gardens and a large, inviting swimming pool as you walk to your room.
The rooms are diverse so it can suit your needs, all of which will unquestionably impress you as all they come with a veranda to enjoy sipping your morning coffee on over a good book. There are two types of deluxe rooms, the first on the ground floor; perfect for those who love baths in an open-air bathroom, while the second is on the first floor offering a spacious balcony should you enjoy some morning yoga.
Besides the vibrantly coloured rooms with intricate Javanese motives,Dusun Jogja Village Inn comes with a restaurant to quench your appetite after your dip in the saltwater pool and Kayumani Spa, ready to pamper you with a massage or mani/pedi or creambath to ease the tensions of Jogja-exploration. You can also rent a vehicle to aid in that directly from the accommodation too.
Ostic House Hostel
OstiC House is a hostel unlike any other, offering travelers the very affordable lodging they’re looking for without compromising on comfort, cleanliness and hospitality. Located in Mantrijeron, it’s a great location sans typical tourist- hub vibe.
Each room comes with air conditioning and incredibly spacious beds, all in dormitories with access to a shared bathroom. Tired of solitude? Meet other travelers in the welcoming lounge and mingle on guests night out! They also provide a plethora of facilities to aid in your travel such as Wi-Fi in every area, a 24-hour front desk, a well-equipped kitchen, laundry services and motorbike rental.
Sae Sae Hostel
Sae Sae is undeniably the best hostel in Yogyakarta simply because aside from the facilities offered by all other similar lodgings, its relaxing atmosphere radiates far beyond the appeal of tourists; locals and expats hang out there too. Don’t be surprised to make new friends and change your travel plans upon staying in Sae Sae because it has a contagious vibe combining hammocks, cheap beer, bamboo furnishings and artsy murals.
There are dormitories and private rooms, some of which come with air-conditioning, all of which are minimalistic, clean and very functional. There is a shared bathroom outside the hostel in the beautiful garden and Wi-Fi even in the little bamboo gazebos for you to chill productively. If you’re hungry, Sade Kitchen is located within the compound which offers healthy and delicious eats and drinks from 8am-3pm.
Venezia Homestay and Garden
Venezia Homestay and Garden is a modest guesthouse with strategic location and calm surroundings. Using a lot of wood and bamboo plus being surrounded by trees gives you the impression that it is hidden away, and yet it is walking distance to many eateries, shops, batik and antique galleries too.
There are 6 rooms available which are equipped with air-conditioning, television, private bathroom with hot water and a shared kitchen should you want to cook. On a budget? Don’t worry, there is the option to stay in dormitories too.
Additional facilities includes a restaurant , swimming pool, a cafe serving delicious coffee, massage and laundry services and motorbike rental too.
Wood Stone Hostel is an incredibly modern hostel in the heart of Yogyakarta with many different types of beds ranging from King to Queen to Singles in the mixed dormitories. All the rooms come with air conditioning, a wardrobe and Wi-Fi, several even have private bathrooms, depending on your preferences.
As the name suggests, a vast majority of the interior is made from wood and stone, giving it a very sleek minimalistic look. Combined with its high standard of cleanliness, it is indeed very pleasing to the eyes.
There is a beautiful garden and bar for you to unwind after a long day of adventure (after renting a vehicle from them) and very friendly staff happy to tell you all about the various types of available breakfast; English, American or Irish? This is definitely the place for you to enjoy your vacation if you want to check out a hostel different from the rest.
This eco-friendly hostel is like a hidden jungle in the middle of the city. The amount of vegetation you will find in SNOOZE Hostel would possibly rival some gardens! Using almost entirely bamboo and wooden furnishings, almost every nook and cranny of Snooze are filled with potted plants from the ground or hanging from above, which makes you feel at ease instantly upon entering it.
There are 4 types of rooms available; mixed dorm, twin rooms, double private rooms and budget private rooms. Do note that not all rooms come with air conditioning and a window but have good circulation nonetheless as the hostel is proud to be environmentally conscious.
SNOOZE has impeccably clean shared bathrooms and a kitchen so well equipped you could have a cook-off with fellow hostel mates. They offer various breakfast options, even vegan ones, and will help you organize a scooter or bicycle rental for your travel needs upon request.
Here is a hostel designed for travelers who want to have more fun on top of all the traveling; slide down the top bunk of your bed instead of climbing down for a change! Yes, it has a slide. It also has a lot of colourful murals to tickle your fancy.
Each room has their own unique style and you can choose between dormitories with a shared bathroom or private or family rooms, that come with your own bathroom. Get this; they even have a Tall bedroom with mattress of 2.3m length and 1.3m wide to accommodate travelers with individual needs, be it height or the liking to wiggle in their sleep.
The hostel also has a large, tempting swimming pool and kitchen nearby to refuel after swimming way too many laps. Hang out in the lounge and exchange travel stories after renting a bicycle to explore the street art surrounding the streets of Yogyakarta.
ViaVia Guesthouse, a branch of the tree that is ViaVia, is a fantastic place to stay if environmental sustainability is one of the goals you wish to adhere to while travelling. Reliant entirely on solar energy, this guesthouse is located right on Prawirotaman, walking distance to its mothership where you can eat delicious healthy local or western food, get some quality bread to take with you on the road, join a yoga or cooking class, or just meet other like minded travelers.
It has 7 rooms all named after the islands of Indonesia; dormitories and private rooms with or without air conditioning and private bathrooms, so it has something in it for everybody and comes with breakfast (the menu changes every day!). Lounge by the serene swimming pool in the garden and marvel at the street art within the compound itself by local street artists, or just pick a book to read from the floating bookshelves.
The staff ace at hospitality and will gladly assist you in arranging for motorbike or bicycle rental, laundry services and let you know if there are any cool events happening nearby or in the restaurant, say for instance, the Friday Night Jazz or all-you-can-eat-barbeque (for meat eaters and vegetarians alike).