d'Omah Hotel Yogyakarta, Indonesia


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d'Omah Hotel Yogyakarta, Indonesia


Indonesia

The d'Omah Hotel is located in the village of Tembi in rural Java - but only twenty minutes from the centre of the bustling artistic city of Yogyakarta governed by Sultan Hamengku Bowono 10th.

A respite at d’Omah offers the unique experience of savoring life in a Javanese village untouched by the ravages of time, of enjoying breakfast on the edge of rice fields ever changing according to the season, to walk the cobbled streets with the friendly charming people of the village and also importantly to have a base with all modern conveniences from which to explore the important attractions of the area Borobudur, Prambanan, the Sultans Palace and others.

d’Omah also now offers the facilities of a retreat, spa and fitness centre within the compound as well as the opportunity to practice yoga, follow detox programmes and learn and enjoy the most simple and comprehensive health programmes directed by local and international experts.


d'Omah Hotel Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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