ROYAL AMBARRUKMO YOGYAKARTA
A living museum hotel with International accolades, a place to embrace Royal history & legacy while enjoying today’s luxury modern comfort
Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta is a home to admire Javanese Royal legacy, various ancient Royal customs and traditions still alive until today. As a Royal Palace Residence in the 18th century, Kedaton Ambarrukmo is a miniature model of the Sultan’s main palace. Today, in the attempt to maintain its spirit, the site is restores and kept alive with cultural performances, community activities and a dedicated museum. Weekly cultural, ceremony & lifestyle activities are include Bamboo Flute class every Monday noon, Classic Javanese Dance Class every Tuesday, Batik Painting on Wednesday the 3rd week, Violin Chamber every Thursday, Jemparingan Royal Javanese archery and Patehan Royal Hi-tea on Friday noon also Morning Yoga at Bale Kambang site on Saturday.
Kedaton Ambarrukmo which was built in 1857 as a Royal Residence by the late Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono VII, now has been carefully restored and taking into accounts its historical values and architectural details. Commitment to preserve the culture, education purpose and display to public about the Royal traditions are well-maintained and always be in the heart of the house Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta.