Offering distinctive traditional Javanese hospitality and a Hamman spa, these large Joglo wooden houses adorned with antiques are set in a coffee plantation overlooking eight beautiful mountains in Central Java.
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Hotel Description

Showcasing wonderful antiques, a Colonial railway station and 23 historic “joglo” villas, immerse in a spectacular setting around cooling highland-air, eight mountains, and lush vegetation. Focusing on Wellness, MesaStila offers distinctly Javanese experiences including traditional Pencak Silat martial arts, an array of organic, healthy fare and Javanese food, and indulgent therapies at its Hammam Spa.

Room Description

Your Host & The Team

Sugeng Sugiantoro“MesaStila is a luxury resort and spa that offers a distinct Javanese flavor in activities and programs, focus on local and wholesome experiences intact, which accentuate the magnificence of the environment, the people, the culture and facilitate a full of wonderful experiences. Built within a charming coffee plantation and surrounded by cooling highland-air, eight mountains, tropical gardens and lush vegetation, MesaStila is a perfect place for Escape, Romantic, Short Break Holidays, Family gathering and Meeting & Incentive.”

Sugeng Sugiantoro

Story

Within land formerly owned and managed by the Dutch planter, Gustav Van der Swan until 1940, MesaStila’s previous owner, Mrs. Gabriella Teggia, discovered an abandoned coffee plantation. Through her vision and love for the beauty of this landscape, Indonesian heritage, history, and culture, she had every antique wooden structure and fixture restored. Previously called Losari, the 22 hectare coffee plantation was later re-named MesaStila Resort and Spa by the current owners who developed the resort into a wellness retreat in 2011.
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We Care

In an effort to be a part of the local family, MesaStila has been supporting and contributing to the community since its grand opening in 2004. Besides engaging employees from nearby villages and offering intensive hotel management training, it provides other aid. This includes regularly helping to clean nearby mosques in preparation for special occasions as well as collaborating with others to showcase Javanese culture with traditional dance shows, gamelan performances and batik lessons, which are held every afternoon at the hotel.

Upon their departure, guests are encouraged to leave any small spare change at the Front Desk. Every six months, all of the money collected is donated to nearby orphanages, and other places within the local community that desperately need assistance.

Welcome to Central Java

Set in the middle of Java, discover the Indonesian province, Central Java starting at Yogyakarta’s 10th century Hindu UNESCO World Heritage site, Prambanan. Just next door, the Buddhist Sewu Temple, built during the 8th century, is another top attraction. Experience Javanese culture at the Royal Sultan’s family home, Yogyakarta Palace (Kraton). Glimpse at keris (daggers), wayang puppets, masks, statues, textiles, and Javanese gamelan instruments at the Museum Sonobudoyo. Shop for traditional ceramics, exquisite batik, and other wonderful handicrafts in Bantul or Kasogan. Otherwise, stroll around the city’s oldest market, Pasar Beringharjo, or learn the art of silver making in Kota Gede.

Wander around the world’s largest Buddhist monument at the ancient UNESCO World Heritage site, Borobudur located in the Magelang Regency. Take an exhilarating trek up to the top of Mount Merapi, or simply marvel at Central Java’s other magnificent volcanic mountains, including Merbabu, Sumbing, Menoreh, and Telomoyo. Immerse in Central Java’s gamelan music, dance, wayang theatre (shadow puppetry) performances, and other cultural arts. Sample delightful Javanese cuisine, and Central Java’s famed gudeg (sweet jackfruit stew), opor ayam (chicken cooked in coconut milk), and lumpia (spring rolls). The soul of Indonesia—Central Java.

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Useful Information

GENERAL
Magelang
Total number of rooms: 23
Annual closing:
open all year

Time zone: (GMT+07:00) Jakarta
Currency accepted: IDR
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, JCB, Diners
Electricity voltage: 220V
Electricity plug type:  
ACCESS

Nearest Airport: Semarang International Airport (SRG) - 55 km
Nearest Airport: Yogyakarta International Airport (JOG) - 65 km
Nearest Train Station: Semarang National Railway Station (Tawang) - 55 km
Nearest Train Station: Yogyakarta National Railway Station (Tugu) - 65 km

CONTACT
Losari - Grabag, 56100 , Indonesia
www.mesahotelsandresorts.com
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Time & Weather

Current Temperature

28° C

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Local Time

11:23 pm