In the heart of Indonesia lies Mount Bromo, a beautiful, active volcano situated among a "sea of sand." A favorite destination for naturalists and adventurous adventurers alike, today it can be enjoyed from the comfort of the Plataran Bromo hotel. After full days spent exploring, guests can retreat to the hotel’s luxurious accommodations or even its stand-alone residence that houses up to ten people. Two opulent restaurants match stunning views with world-class cuisine, and the hotel’s state-of-the-art facilities and services ensure a memorable experience.
Location: Located at the gateway of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park UNESCO World Heritage Site, this opulent hotel is only 16 kilometers away from Mt. Bromo.
Comfort: Given the remote location, this hotel still manages to provide guests with such world-class comforts as plush linens and LCD TVs.
Culture: The on-site JivaDevi Gallery provides tourists with an opportunity to take in authentic Indonesian artworks and crafts.
Accommodations at the Plataran Bromo merge a feeling of adventure with world-class luxury. Guests can either stay in the Bromo Lodge or Residence. The Lodge is a meticulously decorated modern space that offers private and bunk style accommodations while the spacious residence is an opulent vacation home that can house up to ten. The décor of these spaces blends Indonesian traditional style with modern elements, while also offering such modern amenities as LCD TVs, minibars, and coffee & tea making facilities.
This spacious, 3-bedroom residence covers over 260 square meters and can house up to 10 adults. Resembling a cozy vacation home, this space features a fusion of Indonesian traditions and modern characteristics with its contemporary, warm forest tones and elegant furnishings. The master bedroom features a king-size bed and a bathroom with a separate shower and oversized bathtub. There is also a second bedroom that is fitted with one king-size bed, three single beds, and a private bathroom fitted with a shower. The final bedroom is furnished with an additional three single beds. This expansive residence also features a living room, dining room, walk-in closet, and kitchenette.
The resort’s facilities complement the adventurous spirit of its guests while also providing them with opportunities to better understand Indonesian cultures. There is a jeep checkpoint that facilitates trips to the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. On the resort’s grounds, an art gallery and amphitheater offer a culturally immersive window into the local culture and arts.
Located near Teras Bromo, the resort’s scenically positioned 24-hour restaurant, this professional jeep checkpoint facility holds up to 100 jeeps and is the perfect pit stop for travelers preparing to set out on a mountain adventure or those who are in the middle of their journey back.
Located in the three story Langit Bromo, this gallery features a curated collection of Indonesian art and traditional crafts.
Situated on a hill that overlooks Mt. Arjunam, this is the only outdoor amphitheater in the region supported with a full sound system
The resort houses two distinct restaurants, both of which offer stunning views of the surrounding landscapes and unique dining options. There is also a cozy café that serves coffee, tea, and other light bites.
Located on the first story of the Langit Bromo structure, this coffee shop provides a relaxed environment from which guests can grab a quick bite or relax over a cup of tea or coffee.
Perched atop a hill and offering expansive views, this full-service restaurant is on the top story of a three-story structure. From the terrace, guests can enjoy breathtaking sunsets at over 1,700 meters above sea level while they dine.
Offering inspiring views of the rural hills of Bromo, this 24-hour restaurant serves a wide selection of Indonesian and Asian comfort foods, such as dim sum, all of which are made with the freshest of locally grown ingredients
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