Villa Borobudur

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Villa Borobudur rated "excellent"

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Villa Borobudur

  • villa borobudur facade and pool
  • Villa Borobudur from air
  • Borobudur at night View of Mount Sumbing at night
  • Siddharta Suite

Villa Borobudur details

  • Borobudur Suite 4 x
  • Siddharta suite 1 x
  • Amazing views
  • Several dining areas
  • Pool
  • Sunterraces
  • Service 24 x 7
  • Bathrobes provided
  • Slippers provided
  • Cots available
  • Desk
  • Hairdryer
  • Ipod dock
  • Mini bar
  • Outdoor dining
  • Laundry facilities
  • Room service
  • Room safe
  • Sunbeds
  • Terrace
  • Free wifi
  • Tea/coffee maker
  • Air conditioning

Villa Borobudur

When booking a Borobudur suite or the Siddharta Suite you have the following rate options:

 Java Inclusive:  This is a special package in accordance with Javanese traditions of hospitality and offers a personalized experience and great value given all the inclusions. When booking the Java Inclusive the following is included in your rates: • all meals • snacks • all non alcoholic beverages • transfers to and from Yogyakarta or Solo • a daytime visit to the Borobudur when staying 2 nights or more • free Wifi and laundry services.  To book click on the ‘Book here’ button on the right of this page.

Breakfast only:  With this option the following is included • breakfast  • free Wifi • bottled mineral water, coffee and tea. You can add any extras and add-ons such as lunch and dinner, private transfers or a Borobudur visit at the time of your booking or during your stay. To book click on the ‘Book here’ button on the right of this page.

Villa Borobudur – Borobudur Suites and the Siddharta suite

Set in a large and private garden Villa Borobudur has astonishing views of the Borobudur Temple and its surroundings. The villa consists of 7 hand carved, teak wooden joglos. There are two large joglos: Joglo Tutup and Joglo Buka, the authentic Indonesian living rooms. In these joglos there are comfortable benches and chairs, several dining areas and lounge beds.

The other five joglos are double bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, air conditioning and also extensive views of the Borobudur Temple, Mount Sumbing and the surrounding villages and rice fields.

The Siddharta suite is a spacious room of 60 m2 with ‘en suite’ bathroom with shower and bathtub. The other 4 rooms, the Borobudur suites are 55 m2 and have ‘en suite’ open air bathrooms with a shower. All rooms have airconditioning, a minibar, which is filled to your specifications, and a safe. Extra (child)beds and baby cots are available on request.

Genuine Hospitality and authentic Javanese service

The rich and colorful culture and traditions of Java are the heart of the service concept of Villa Borobudur. According to these traditions you will be welcomed by the friendly staff, whom will introduce you to the facilities and will assist you in anything you need or would like to do and to make your stay as pleasant as possible. During your stay your chef will treat you to the specialties of the Javanese cuisine with your preferences in mind. The Villa is fully serviced 24 hours per day.

There is a large pool area with an infinity pool – 14 x 4 m, sunbeds and a shower, all positioned to fully enjoy the spectacular view.

You can enjoy a massage or other spa-treatment in your room or in one of the gazebos.

The gardens are partly cultivated, but mostly kept as natural as possible, with an abundance of local flowers, bushes and trees.

The villa has been built according to traditional Javanese architecture and design principles. Expert carpenters and woodworkers have hand made the seven – all teakwood – joglos, with their typical roofs, according to the methods handed over for generations. The construction of the joglo is ‘open’ and the high ceilings and the pointed roof in the center, guarantee natural ventilation. The villa is decorated and furbished with both Javanese antiques and modern design items. The paintings are made by local artists and some are specially commissioned for the villa. All furniture, copper-ware, batik and other decorations were made in the area or on the premises of the villas.