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Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta Resort and Spa

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Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta Resort and Spa


 
 
 
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Overview



Yogyakarta is also known as Yogya, Yogja, Djokdja, Jogja, Jogya, Jogjakarta, and Djokjakarta due to its rich history. This city is home to numerous attractions, such as centuries-old temples, heritage sites, arts, crafts, and culinary delights. Natural beauty is also abundant, from Mount Merapi to gorgeous beaches to green landscapes.

Two UNESCO World Heritage Sites—Borobudur and Prambanan temples—are just a quick drive from the resort. Many other structures of historical significance, such as the Sultan's palace, Taman Sari Water Castle, and Ratu Boko, are nearby. Yogyakarta also has dozens of museums and art galleries.

Local cultural attractions include the Ramayana ballet show and the Wayang puppet show. At night you'll find a variety of bars, pubs, lounges, and clubs. Two happening nightclubs are located in the Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta Resort & Spa's complex.

In addition to seeing the sights, be sure to shop at the galleries and markets in the neighborhood, or take a leisurely walk along Malioboro Street, which can easily be reached with our complimentary shuttle service.

Sports and outdoors enthusiasts have plenty of ways to stay active. There are three 18-hole golf courses: Adisucipto Golf Course, just 5 minutes from the hotel; Merapi Golf, on the slope of the volcano; and Borobudur International Golf & Country Club in Magelang, in the valley of Mount Tidar. Volcano trekking, cliff climbing, cycling, caving, rafting, and kayaking also await anyone with a sense of adventure.

Google Reviews



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Review date:   March 17, 2018 7:02PM
 
Review:   We were so kindly upgraded to the presidential suite which was really spacious and had wonderful views of the gardens /pool. The hotel grounds are gorgeous and very zen. The pool hidden in the spa is pretty as well! Staff were so nice and friendly (they went out of their way running all over to find change for my grab driver, although it really wasn’t their responsibility to have petty cash at hand, some of them even took out their own money to help!). there was even soya milk at the cafe in the hotel. Breakfast is amazing and huge spread (all types of Indonesian rice and noodles, fresh juice, egg station, breads, etc.) although as with most places in Yogyakarta, air conditioning is always a challenge. If I was really picky, the room decor is rather dated and some parts of the grounds can be better maintained.
 
Author:   Vivian Hanschirik
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   April 15, 2018 7:45AM
 
Review:   SPG hotels group, rated 5 stars with real 5 stars standards. Excellence in staff facilitation, food choices, great room and other excellent facilities. Recommended place to stay for family or duty travel, at reasonable price. Lagoon room has direct access to swimming pool and great outdoor view.
 
Author:   dimas irawan
 
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Review date:   March 25, 2018 11:09PM
 
Review:   Old but gold. We stayed on the club level and were greeted by views of mt merapi. We also think that it's time for a refurbishment of the hotel, only then can it do the Sheraton branding justice. Service was excellent
 
Author:   kangwei lai
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   April 20, 2018 3:13AM
 
Review:   Overall, the hotel is ok and the staff are attentive. Just that the hotel is quite old, the swimming pool seems not very clean. The toilet inside the rooms are quite dated and no separate shower stall. We stayed at the club floor and it's facing to the pool view with a balcony. However, we're woken up by the morning prayers at 430am everyday and it's very loud. The food at the club lounge offered limited choices but it's ok. Their high tea starts from 5pm to 8pm and we enjoy our time spent at the lounge because we only paid US$75 pe room night. One thing to note is that if you stay at the club floor, you can only have breakfast at the club lounge and not at the hotel restaurant.
 
Author:   Grace Ng
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   April 15, 2018 8:18AM
 
Review:   A Nice 5 stars hotel which located near Adi Sucipto Airport, very luxury and comfortable. It has Spa and reflexion facilities at the 3rd floor which not too expensive and handled by profesional therapist. Near this hotel, you can find Jogjakarta tradiotional food named Gudeg.
 
Author:   Adriel Kurniawan
 
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