The Meliá Purosani is located in the centre of Yogyakarta, just a few minutes from the Sultan’s palace (keraton) and was established in 1992. Born of the rich tradition of Javanese culture, this five-star hotel is destined to set new standards of luxury in a city renowned for its unique style and traditions. Combining a traditional ambience with outstanding services, Meliá Purosani offers 284 elegantly furnished guestrooms and suites. It also offers flexible facilities for conferences and wedding banquets, as the hotel has a ballroom that can a accommodate up to 500 people. The Meliá Purosani gives special prominence to its landscaped gardens , creating a perfectly enchanted oasis in the heart of the city.
AN ARISTOCRATIC HERITAGE
The heart of meeting and welcoming guests is the essential part of the Javanese lifestyle. Echoing this tradition, Purosani which is managed by Melia Hotels International , offers a choice of accommodation at its best, and it consists of 1 fabulous Presidential Suite, 4 Duplex Suites, 4 Executive Suites, 37 The Level, 34 Premium rooms , and 204 Standard / Deluxe guestrooms. Are carefully crafted to provide the best of hospitality of Yogyakarta and its magnificent tradition. Each room is equipped with individual air-conditioner, IDD phones, satellite and local TV with in-house movies, mini-bar and fridge, and a bathroom with separate bathtub and shower. Rich fabrics and accents of traditional Javanese design accentuate the traditions of Yogyakarta into the heart of the hotel. Surrounding the city, there are several famous Hindu and Buddhist temples, including the UNESCO heritage site, Borobudur temple. These temples, which were constructed over 1,000 years ago, are reachable in less than 2 hours travelling from the Meliá Purosani.
Within a walking distance from the hotel, guests can easily find bustling the famous traditional market places, craft centres and workshops, batik factories, schools of performing arts, antique shops, museums displaying priceless treasures, Dutch colonial buildings, commercial areas and Kraton, a place where the former Sultan of Yogyakarta stayed in very old days.
Using the finest ingredients and secret recipes, which were only known in the past by the royal families, Meliá Purosani’s master chefs present a range of special culinary tradition and taste. At this resort, a guest will also find various choices of Asian delicacies in its elegant restaurants. The versatility of Meliá Purosani’s chefs is the hallmark of the hotel’s lavish banquets and incentive dinners, which have an innovative flair matched only by the court itself