The supremely luxurious Amanjiwo is located close to Yogyakarta, at the heart of Java. The setting is quite simply spectacular and includes the Menoreh Hills, no less than four imposing volcanos and a magnificent view of Borobudur: one of the world’s largest Buddhist temples and a UNESCO world heritage site.


The Amanjiwo complements the region’s natural and historic charms with refined accommodation. The thirty six luxurious suites have been most tastefully furnished and promise perfect privacy read more » as well as absolute peace and quiet.


Savour the best of the Indonesian cuisine seasoned with a view of Borobudur and the four nearby volcanos. The tongue-tantalising delicacies are served in an elegant setting that is greatly promoted by the restaurant’s unique architecture.


And on a quiet afternoon, visit the Amanjiwo’s large and airy library to pick up a fascinating book, CD or board game. Occasionally, the library also becomes the setting for highly interesting lectures on Javanese culture and arts.


Your mind buzzing with new impressions and knowledge, take a refreshing splash in the 40 metres long infinity pool glittering green under the bright blue sky. Afterwards, dry off on the large terrace and enjoy the strong, Indonesian sun.


Those that have come to indulge in a relaxing spell will be delighted by the Amanjiwo spa’s superb massages and revitalising treatments. Immerse yourself in a world of perfect bliss and harmony. Alternatively, you may pick up the pace at the fully equipped gym.


The resort’s exclusive boutique store offers select Javanese fashion and precious textiles, jewellery, arts and crafts, wicker baskets and antiques – the perfect place to pick up a souvenir or present for the loved ones at home!


And last but not least, there is the Amanjiwo’s art gallery that regularly stages expositions displaying the most notable creations of celebrated artists and photographers. Take the time to learn more about artistic expression in this distant part of the world.


The Amanjiwo is different. It is unique and uniquely luxurious. You may look forward to a memorable time on Java Island! « show less


The Amanjiwo’s thirty six luxurious suites are loosely grouped around the resort’s main building. A series or pathways connect the units to the main building and the Amanjiwo’s large pool.


The read more » ten Garden Suites command a fantastic view of the surrounding rice terraces and the Menoreh Hills. Superbly comfortable, the suites feature a high, cupola ceiling and large sliding doors that open onto the sweeping terrace.


A pavilion at the heart of the garden invites you to while away a few hours in sweet idleness. The elegant bedroom has been furnished with a cosy four poster bed and the bathroom’s centrepiece is the large, open-air bathtub that has been set into the floor.


Step it up and choose the Borobudur Suite featuring a tasteful bed and living room equipped with a four-poster bed, writing desk and a comfortable sofa. The finely appointed bathroom offers double washbasins, an open-air bathtub as well as a spacious dressing room.


A set of sliding doors open onto the Borobudur Suite’s magnificent terrace and garden. Enjoy the strong sun on the terrace or stretch out on the daybed set in the shade of the pavilion. It is the perfect spot to let your eyes roam across the valley and the Borobudur Temple.


Last but not least, there are the Amanjiwo’s seven stately Garden Pool Suites that are characterised by their high, cupola shaped ceiling and bright airy ambience thanks to the large sliding doors looking out onto the terrace, pool and garden.


The bed and living room has been furnished with an imposing four-poster bed as well as a couch and a writing desk. The bathroom’s eye-catcher certainly is the large open-air bathtub that has been set into the floor.


However, your favourite spot will certainly be the suite’s garden featuring a pavilion with a daybed as well as private pool that invites you to refresh yourself with a quick dip whenever desired. And then, of course… the views out over Java’s breathtakingly beautiful landscapes are quite simply striking!


In the end, it hardly matters whether you choose one of the comfortable Garden Suites, the stylish Borobudur Suite or the luxurious Garden Pool Suite – the Amanjiwo in Yogyakarta is unique and promises a memorable stay in a marvellous setting! « show less


Refined relaxation at its finest: The Amanjiwo’s spa offers a wide range of traditional Javanese massages and beauty treatments. Treat yourself to a revitalising therapy in the comfort of your villa read more » or at the elegant spa suite.


Afterwards, how about a refreshing dip in the long infinity pool decorated with green tiles that lend the water a peculiar and appealing tint. The large terrace is a wonderful spot to enjoy the warm weather, eyes on the view and a refreshing drink at hand.


And then, of course, you will need to explore the surroundings. Central Java enjoys a brilliant reputation as Indonesia’s pulsating arts centre. The Amanjiwo is the perfect home base to explore the countless cultural sights and age-old temples. Discover a region vibrant with tradition!


Naturally, one of the first stops will be the awe-inspiring Buddhist temple Borobudur. Towering above the rice plantations and set at only a hop and half’s distance from the Amanjiwo, the temple proudly carries the title of a UNESCO world heritage site.


Those that do not mind the scenic drive of one hour are well advised to visit the town Yogyakarta. Well known for its traditional arts and crafts, the town is both a fascinating place to visit as well as a great spot for picking up memorabilia.


And then, there are the many quaint and picturesque villages that dot the landscape. Learn more about the region’s traditions and way of life. With a little luck, you arrive in time for one of the year’s many celebrations accompanied by music and dancing.


Java’s rolling hills and lush vegetation are a natural paradise for enthusiastic hikers. Tie up your boots and join a guided hike to explore the hinterland. For example, you may climb Mount Merapi, one of the four volcanos that dominate the scenery. Of course, you will be rewarded with a magnificent panoramic view!


On a different day, maybe you would like to tee off at the 18-hole Merapi Golf Club. The beautiful course was designed by none other than Peter Thompson and is located at a mere hour’s drive from the Amanjiwo. « show less