Plataran Borobudur Resort & Spa
At a Glance
Excellently located just a short drive from the Borobudur Temple
Get up early to watch the sunrise from the Menoreh Open Air Deck which boasts outstanding views
With a focus on wellness, relax and unwind with yoga and spa treatments at the PADMA spa
The Patio Colonial Restaurant serves a delicious mix of Indonesian and international cuisine
Let the hotel organize cooking lessons where you can learn some traditional recipes to take home with you
If you book a couples spa treatments, request treatment room with temple view.Louise Brooks
As well as going to Borobudur itself for sunrise, I would recommend watching the sunrise or sunset from Plataran's platform with either a cup of local coffee or a G&T.Amy Ropner
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to Plataran Borobudur Resort & Spa or take a look at our itineraries to Java
Feel revitalised at this charming Javanese resort, a short distance from Borobudur village and one of the most impressive temple complexes in the world.
The resort offers exceptional views of the Borobudur Temple, Mount Merapi, Menoreh Hills. The hotel is also home to The Menoreh Open Air Deck, where early risers can witness the sunrise over Borobudur. Notice that wherever you go, the Borobudur Temple follows.
Situated just 1-hour 30-minutes drive from Yogyakarta, Plataran Borobudur boasts just 15 private villas, all with private gardens. In keeping with its location within the balmy village of Tanjungan, the rooms are decorated in a traditional Javanese style. Unwind and relax by the pool after a day spent cycling through the local villages.
From your villas look out onto the volcanic hills of Menorah and the majestic Borobudur temple, easily reached by car, around a 5-minute drive away. Spend a few days here exploring the area by foot or cycling through the villages.
All suites and villas at Plataran Borobudur boast a traditional design with modern facilities. Oozing charm and Indonesian style, relax and take in views in your private garden.
|Grand Spa Villa||
A modern villa with traditional touches equipped with double bed, spacious bath room, dining room and own spa treatment room. Enjoy your private pool surrounded by a lush private garden overlooking to Menoreh Hills.
|Royal Pool Villa||
83 sqm one-bedroom suite equipped with double bed, spacious bathroom, living room with a pool and private garden overlooking the magnificent Borobudur temple or Menoreh Hills.
|Duplex Royal Pool Villa||
A two storey duplex villa spanning 81 sqm with wide-open balcony. This suite features a spacious bath room, its own tropical garden and pool with views overlooking the Menoreh Hills.
|Exclusive Pool Villa||
A private villa measuring 80 sqm equipped with a king sized bed, spacious bathroom, private pool and tropical garden with views of either the Menorah Hills or the Borobudur Temple.
|Executive Pool Villa||
This one-bedroom villa comes with option of either a view of Menoreh Hills or the Borobudur Temple. Spanning 75 sqm, here find a spacious bathroom equipped with bathtub and terrace surrounded by tropical garden for perfect indulgence. Choose from a private pool villa or a plunge pool villa.
|Deluxe Wooden Villa||
A small intimate wooden villa, the Deluxe Wooden Villa is 24 sqm. It features a king size bed, bathroom with shower and a private garden overlooking the Menoreh Hills.
|Garden Plunge Pool Villa|
Children are welcome at Plataran Borobudur Resort & Spa and there is a children's playground and babysitting services available.
Various activities are also available while staying at Plataran Borobudur from early morning yoga, spa treatments at the Padma Spa. Other activities can be organized by the hotel including cooking lessons, batik classes or paddy planting. Similarly the hotel can organize bike rentals for guests to explore the neighboring area.
Location & Directions
Plataran Borobudur is located on the hills of Tanjungan Village in Central Java.
When to go
Straddling the equator, Indonesia tends to have a fairly even climate year-round. Rather than four seasons, Indonesia has two – wet and dry – and there are no extremes of temperature between winter and summer. In most parts of Indonesia, the wet season falls between October and April and the dry season between May and September. December and January see Indonesia at its most humid and rain tends to come in sudden tropical downpours, but it can also rain for more prolonged periods.