“Located in the centre of town, this 49 room colonial style property features Javanese, Peranakan and Dutch design.”,
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Secret Retreats

Hotel Description

Situated in the heart of the old city centre of Malang in East Java, this elegant and romantic mansion houses the proprietors’ collection of hundreds of antiques that adorn every corner of the hotel. Each of its 49 guestrooms and suites is designed with individual character, with some paying homage to Indonesian art heroes.

There is no substitute for local knowledge and personal assistance to help you plan the perfect stay. The Secret Retreats Concierge is ready to share insider tips with you to ensure you book the best room for your stay on the best available rate or offer , to share tips on what to see and do and where to dine, to help you with personal requests, and to keep you informed of any cultural events, shows or festivals that match your dates of stay. Enjoy the difference that turns a good stay, into a great travel experience. Your Secret Retreats Concierge is looking forward to hearing from you. Contact the concierge on dream@secret-retreats.com.

Room Description

Why Book With Secret Retreats?

Concierge Service

Personal assistance from our Concierge offering local knowledge and insider tips to help you plan and book your perfect Asian journey.

Personal Service

The peace of mind and personal service one can only enjoy by booking direct with the Asian experts.

Local Knowledge

Benefit from our local knowledge and passion for our homes to personalize your stay.

Exclusive Offers

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Your Concierge is ready to assist you with completing your reservation on dream@secret-retreats.com

Hotel Facilities & Highlights

Tugu Malang highlight
17x11m swimming pool.
Tugu Malang highlight
Dining at Tugu is snot just a meal, it is a rare experience, a journey back to the romantic eras of Indonesia. Wwithin seeveral dining rooms, Tugu recreates the forgotten art of culinary, from the kitchen of the humble Javanese villagers to the royal feasts.
Tugu Malang highlight
Inspired by the romantic tales of the relationship between Indonesia and Cambodia hundreds of years back, the Apsara Spa is an oasis of peace, a heaven on earth secluded from the outer world.
Tugu Malang highlight
The property is a museum boutique hotel, furnished with art and antiques.

Your Host & The Team

Lucienne AnharLucienne Anhar
“Tugu Hotels aim to keep the rich cultural heritage and the romantic, thousands-years-old history of Indonesia alive. Our lifelong passion for Indonesian arts and history was started by my father and proprietor, Anhar Setjadibrata, who had begun collecting Indonesian antiques when he was a young poor medical student in the 1960s. His passion then grew to become a family mission to bring back to life the art, soul and romance of Indonesia, and to introduce them to the world in a package of dreamy landscapes, atmospheric interior and arts that transports guests to another world of ancient kingdoms and quixotic legends. Each Tugu is designed, built, and managed personally by the owner’s family without outside architect or interior designers, as each of them is a work of love. Secret Retreats is a fellowship of passionate owners opening their doors to share their love and legends.”
 

Anhar Setjadibrata – Keeper of Indonesian Art

The quintessential Renaissance Man, Anhar Setiadibrata is a hotelier, physician, lawyer and the owner of a priceless collection of fine Indonesian art and cultural antiquities. His passion for Indonesian art and history began while he was a young medical student in Java and today has turned into the stunning group of Tugu Hotels that now showcase his art collection.

Anhar began collecting antiques in 1972 at the age of 25 when he was a medical representative for an international pharmaceutical company and travelled to visit doctors in small villages. During these visits, he had the opportunity to explore Java, Bali, Nusa Tenggara, Timor and Borneo, and came across many people who were discarding priceless antiquities and cultural relics. They believed these historical treasures to be out of style and old-fashioned. Anhar, however, saw the beauty and rich history of these artefacts. His endless search for cultural antiquities began as a quest, fueled by his youthful idealism to learn the history of his country. He never thought of collecting for profit, but as a way to save these treasures and a tangible piece of Indonesia’s history. As his collection grew, Anhar realised the artefacts needed to be shared and opened his first boutique museum hotel, Tugu in east Java city of Malang, in 1989.

Welcome to East Java

Laden with imposing volcanic mountains, rich history and culture, East Java is sure to impress even the most seasoned traveller. Discover the province’s capital Surabaya, and its wide array of historic sites and architecture. Filled with character and one of Indonesia’s most beautiful cities, embrace East Java’s second largest city, Malang. Dating back to the 8th century and once the seat of the Kanjuruhan Kingdom, and later a Dutch colonial town, tour the downtown area in a becak (pedicab). The well-preserved Singosari Temple and splendid ancient Hindu remains known as candi including Candi Kidal, Candi Jago and Candi Singosa are also wondrous. The UNESCO World Heritage site Trowulan containing the archaeological remains of Majapahit Kingdom is equally fascinating.

Immerse in East Java’s beautiful beaches, famed coffee and tea plantations, and exquisite national parks including the world-renowned volcanic Mount Bromo in Bromo Tengger Semaru National Park, and the Ijen Crater on the Ijen Plateau. Indigenous arts abound in East Java. Learn some classical Javanese cooking techniques, how to make traditional medicinal djamoe elixirs, or batik. Attend a riveting native dance or wayang kulit (shadow puppetry) performance. Where nature and culture meet—East Java.

Useful Information

GENERAL
Total number of rooms: 49
Annual closing:
open all year

Time zone: (GMT+07:00) Jakarta
Currency accepted: IDR
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Diners
Electricity voltage: 220V
Electricity plug type:  
CONCIERGE
Your concierge is ready to assist you with planning and completing your reservation, contact them on dream@secret-retreats.com
ACCESS
2hr20mn drive from Surabaya Airport or 40mn from Malang Airport.
Nearest Airport: Abdul Rahman Saleh (Wira), National - 17 km
Nearest Railway Station: Stasiun Kota Baru, National

CONTACT
Jl. Tugu no. 3, 65119 Malang, Indonesia
East Java
http://www.tuguhotels.com/malang
CONTACT HERE

 

Time & Weather

Current Temperature

25° C

Current Weather

Local Time

9:42 pm