국가 및 언어를 선택하세요
한국 / Korean
국가 및 언어를 선택하세요

Tune Hotel

Yogyakarta

주소 :

Tune Hotel - Yogyakarta
Jl. Gedongkuning Selatan,
No. 118 Kotagede,
55172, Yogyakarta
Indonesia

Tel:+62 274 371225
Fax : +62 274 4438576

객실 유형 :
  • Quick Info
    • Check-in time: 2:00 p.m. onwards
    • Check-out time: 11:00 a.m
    • 6.2km to Malioboro Street
    • 6.8km to Adi Sucipto International Airport
    • 6.8km to Stasiun Tugu Yogya

Hotel Services

This is a list of the general services & amenities that we provide at our hotel.

TV
와이파이
에어컨
수건 대여 및 세면 용품 ...
24 시간 접수
금연 건물
24 시간 보안
다림질 시설
장애인 편의 객실 이용 가능 ...
객실 내 금고
헤어 드라이어
주차장
수라우 (이슬람교도들을 위한 기도실) ...
물품 보관소

Optional Add-ons

We keep our room prices low and sensible by allowing you to customise your stay. Find out more about our optional add-ons.

아침 식사 세트
조기 체크인
체크 아웃 시간 연장 ...

추가 기능 패키지

추가 기능 패키지로 더 즐겁게 투숙하세요. 추가 기능 패키지에 대한 자세한 내용을 알아보십시오.

  • No Package
  •  

    Kota Gede Silver Art (1.1km) Kotagede was the capital of Islamic Mataram Kingdom, it is located at southern of downtown Yogyakarta. This place is a central for preservation for the art of making Silver Handicraft.
     
    Yogyakarta Expo Center (1.9km)  It is the modern event hosting venue covering an area around 14 hectare. This is the leading event hosting venue of Indonesia.
     
    Malioboro (6.2km) It is a major shopping street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The street is the centre of Yogyakarta's largest tourist district surrounded with many hotels, restaurants, and shops nearby.
     
    Keraton Yogya (6.4km) A palace complex located in the city of Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia. The palace is the main seat Sultan of Yogyakarta and his family.
     
    Prambanan (15km) A 9th-century Hindu temple compound in Central Java, Indonesia, dedicated to the Trimurti, the expression of God as the Creator, the Preserver and the Destroyer.
     
    Kebun Binatang Gembira loka (1.6km) A zoological garden which comprises a botanical garden, orchid nursery, artificial lake, children's park, numerous bridges across the Gajahwong River, and a collection of approximately 470 animals, most notable of which are its komodo dragons, orang-utans, gibbons, and a hippopotamus.