Located in the scenic outskirts of Yogyakarta, Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta is set amongst 22 hectares of landscaped gardens, fringed with jungle, a beautiful nine-hole golf course, resort activities for families, a relaxing spa and excellent dining facilities. Just minutes from the most famous shopping promenade in the city “Malioboro Street” and the most graceful Hindu temple in Indonesia, "Prambanan" and a few hours to the one of the greatest Buddhist monuments in the world, “Borobudur”.
Inhale mindfulness, exhale mind-fullness. Practice wellbeing with your mind, body and soul in Yoga at Hyatt. Guided with professional instructors, our Yoga class is set at the beautiful Hyatt gardens and available every Sunday at 7 AM.
As you step into our lobby court, you will meet our brightly colored koi fishes. Feed them with koi food provided by our staff and see the koi fishes come to the surface. If you are brave enough, you can let them eating directly from the palm of your hand.
Spend a day full of exciting activities for your little ones, from setting up a tent, harvesting, fishing, cooking activity, drawing & coloring, treasure hunt and swimming. The package includes lunch, free flow of mineral water, t-shirt & badges.
Let your child explore their talents, dreams and passions in a role play activity as a hotelier. Does your little one have a passion in cooking? Try to be a chef and learn directly with our professional kitchen team. Do they have creative minds and love connecting with new people? Invite them to be a bartender or an Angkringan Seller. It's their call.
The world's biggest Buddhist monument, that is considered to be one of the world's seven wonders. Borobudur, is a world-renowned Buddhist temple, built in the 9th century during the reign of Syailendra dynasty and reflects India's influence on the region.
An archaeological site featuring a mix of Buddhist & Hindu structures, stone temples & caves. It is situated atop of a hill ± 195.97 m above sea level, perfect location to catch the sunsets at Yogyakarta.
If you wish to know more about Javanese art and culture, this is the right museum for you. Sets in the hillside part of Kaliurang, Ullen Sentalu displays stone relics and natural decorations which bring a strong historical feelings.
The perfect place to learn about the cultural and political part of Yogyakarta. Keraton Jogja is the living museum where the Sultan lives. Located in the heart of the city, it is only 20 minutes away from Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta.
Yogyakarta's premier contemporary art gallery which located within a concrete block compound that was built as an art faculty back in the 1950s. Today it exhibits diverse shows by Indonesian artists that change monthly. Local bands play here regularly and there's the retro inclusion of a record store.
This museum is founded in November 1935 and designed by the Dutch architect Kersten. This Museum is built in traditional Javanese architecture. It exhibits weapons, leather and wooden puppets of Wayang Theater, masks, statues, textiles, curios and old Javanese gamelan instruments.
Kotagede is one of the oldest part of Yogyakarta and was a capital of Mataram Kingdom. This area also very famous for its silver crafts and a place where high skilled silversmith families have lived for many generations. Directly go to the local workshop that located deep inside the maze of the city to see how the silversmith created their works.
Located near the Kraton, this place was also known as the garden for the Sultan of Yogyakarta. Tamansari was originally built for multiple purposes yet now only several buildings remain. Some of its original functions were a place to rest, to meditate, to work, to hide and to defend the Sultan’s family. In this present day, some of its buildings have now become homes for local residents and only the mosque, resting and bathing space, and underground tunnels are accessible by tourists.
Bogey’s Teras is the perfect venue for enjoying your afternoon, overlooking the green and lush golf course. Sit back and sip your favourite coffee or cocktail in our elegant and natural surroundings. Entertainment such as billiards and darts is also provided.
Enjoy the famous Jogja street food experience in the very best way, elevated to a higher level of taste, quality and hygiene, along with the exceptional view and serene ambiance of the Golf Course. Angkringan Hyatt is perfect for a get-together dinner under the stars.
Kopi Klotok is the perfect place to enjoy the traditional cuisine of the Yogyakarta. The warung adopts Javanese architecture and uses traditional furniture with countryside ambiance. Kopi Klotok serves iconic delicious coffee and Javanese cuisines, such as “oseng jipang”, “lodeh kluwih”, "lodeh terong”, and “lodeh tempe lombok ijo” and "telur gobal gabul".
A nine-hole golf course designed by Fisette Golf Design and landscaped by Tongg, Clark & McCelvey. From putting, chipping, to driving, you can practice your golf techniques all day while enjoying coffee or beer from Bogey's Teras, the nearby sporty bar.
Start your day with an invigorating jog and enjoy the spectacular view of the Resort’s 22 hectares tropical garden and golf course. You can start at any point of the Resort and follow the circular track that takes you through the main entrance, back of the house, Bogey’s Teras, the Pool side garden area through golf course sidewalks
Wanting to learn playing golf in a fun way? Come to the Course, and our Golf Coach will teach you from the beginning. Rp150,000/person/session of 4 holes (min. 2 pax) or Rp225,000/ person/session for private class.
The best night driving range in Yogyakarta with scenic green area and lush ambiance right by the lake. It is completed with 12 driving stations and a night bar. Opening hours; Monday to Sunday 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
This is a major shopping street in Yogyakarta, popular with tourists. It has plenty of shops selling items such as silver, stuffed toys, t-shirts, batik, handicrafts, and other merchandise. Malioboro Street is only 20 minutes away from Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta.
Beringharjo has been functioning as a trading place since 1758. Now, it became a popular market for the locals, offering more merchandise, ranging from batik, traditional snacks to Javanese herbs. Only 20 minutes from Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta.
Strategically located with an easy access, Pakuwon Mall Jogja is providing one stop place to serve modern life including shopping center, variety of dining options, and entertainment for family with more than 300 tenants.
Borobudur is best seen at dawn, when the air is fresh and full of birdsong. As the mist begins to lift, the sun scales the surrounding volcanoes and terraced fields, and highlights the stone reliefs and the many faces of Buddha. Admission fees apply.
Explore Mount Merapi with a thrilling four-wheel drive adven-tour and view evidence of its previous eruptions. Your day will get even more exciting with bicycle ride down the mountain through Yogyakarta's lush paddy fields and local villages.
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Jomblang Cave is a natural vertical cave with dense ancient forest within. It is a 60 meter cave, highlight being the Gua Grubug (Grubug Cave), where you can see rays of sunlight piercing the roof of the cave from above.
Enjoy a healthy and exciting ride through rice paddies nearby the hotel on a guided bike tour. A fun activity for your entire family for Rp200,000 nett /pax/session. Contact our Guest Service for more information.
Enjoy an exciting classic car ride and have a Jogja's authentic experience. Choose between safari farming tour which includes a trip to Jejamuran Farm and other farms nearby the hotel or safari cultural tour and try gamelan, Jogja's traditional archery and batik short course.
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