Majapahit Hotel Surabaya
Originally built in 1910 by the famous Sarkies brothers, the Hotel Majapahit is a classic landmark institution filled with national pride, where history blends with romance and elegance. Its graceful colonial architecture with immaculate landscaped gardens, combined with modern facilities and its famous Spa makes the Majapahit the preferred choice for the most discerning travellers. Located in the heart of Surabaya, Indonesia’s second largest city and re-known trading port since the 15th century, the Majapahit has gone through different names over its long history. This venerable hotel is 1.7 kilometers from the Surabaya Gubeng train station and 4.2 kilometers from the House of Sampoerna museum. Polished rooms have parquet floors and marble bathrooms with gold-plated accents, and offer limited free Wi-Fi, TVs and tea/coffeemaking equipment. Suites add separate living rooms, while an opulent 2-bedroom presidential suite includes meeting areas & a grand, garden-view terrace. Amenities include 2 chic restaurants and a cozy, English-style pub. There's also an outdoor lap pool, a sauna and a tennis court, as well as a spa, and a fitness center offering aerobics and yoga classes.