Surabaya, Indonesia

Originally founded as Hotel Oranje in 1910, by Lucas Martin Sarkies, and occupied by the Japanese forces during World War II, Hotel Majapahit Surabaya is a national landmark steeped in history. Its traditional colonial architecture, elegant interiors and beautifully manicured gardens are an oasis of calm amidst the hustle and bustle of vibrant Surabaya.

The 143 rooms and suites are spacious and timeless in style with classic and elegant furnishings, overlooking the gardens. Spend time relaxing by the pool or luxuriating in the spa, and enjoy Chinese fine dining at the signature restaurant, Sarkies, with its 1930s ambience, or a fusion of ‘East meets West’ at the art deco Indigo restaurant.

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With the Summer almost upon us, now is the time to begin planning your next summer adventures in Asia. Our Travel Specialists are ready to take your call and discuss the adventure you have been dreaming of.

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