Resting in the rural center of Java, Amanjiwo is located within a natural amphitheater with the limestone Menoreh Hills rising gently behind, the Kedu Plain in front and 4 volcanoes (Sumbing and Sundoro to the west, Merbabu and Merapi to the east) on the horizon. Amanjiwo looks out onto the 9th-century Buddhist sanctuary of Borobudur. Several villages are within walking distance of the resort. Amanjiwo’s major design motif of circles, squares and crescents pays homage to Borobudur and to Central Java’s centuries-old temple architectural traditions.
It's name means peaceful soul, and peace is exactly what you’ll find during your stay in this beautiful resort that shares just 36 suites set in 2 crescents around a graceful rotunda that is very similar to the amazing design of the Buddhist sanctuary. Amanjiwo not only has the luxury of being in such an amazing location, but its also a destination in itself as the hotel offers guests a fantastic retreat with healing spa treatments, world class restaurants and spiritual peaceful surroundings after a day's sightseeing.
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
Check-in and check-out times: 2:00 PM / 12:00 Noon
Child under 12 sharing the room with 2 adults stay free. Breakfast included.
Daily breakfast and Airport Transfers.
A range of Javanese and traditional beauty treatments are available at Amanjiwo, some of which incorporate the ancient holistic jamu method of healing. These can be enjoyed in the privacy of guest suites or in the specially-designed Spa Suite which has twin massage tables and an outdoor bale.
Located on the slopes of Mount Merapi, close to the resort town of Kaliurang, the 18-hole Mount Merapi Golf Club is a scenic haven for golfers and sightseers alike.
High Speed Internet Access
High speed Wi-Fi is available for guests.
A large range of activities are available for guests:
Village dancing: The rural villages of Central Java host frequent celebrations with gamelan music and spirited dancing. The festivities can include more than a hundred guests from nearby villages, dozens of performers, games of chance, country fare and, occasionally, late-night electronic music dancing.
Temple tours: From Borobudur and Gedong Songo to Prambanan and the Dieng Plateau, many of the most ancient and important of Asia’s religious monuments and temples are found in Central Java. Among the best-preserved ancient monuments in the world.
Trekking: Personal guides are available for those who wish to traverse the landscape of Central Java. The region is a haven for trekkers and casual hikers alike.
Shopping: Yogayakarta, just an hour’s drive away, is Java’s cultural capital and a paradise for shoppers.
Hotel Dinning Room
Both Indonesian and Western cuisines are served in Amanjiwo’s dining room. The speciality of the house is Makan Malam, a series of classic Javanese dishes presented in traditional brass bowls.