Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Fans of early-20th-century architecture will love this heritage property in downtown Yogyakarta. Conceived in a hybrid Javanese-Art Deco style, it was originally built by a Chinese sugar baron in 1918, changing hands several times before becoming “the” go-to address for visiting dignitaries and politicians . Having recently undergone a major renovation, its elegant, classically styled rooms and suites once again look fit for a millionaire. Stained glass, carved wood, silk and luxurious textiles set the tone. Downstairs, stylish poolside dining is on offer at the Paprika restaurant, while light meals are served in the old-world 1918 Terrace Lounge. The hotel also has a well shaded courtyard pool and spa.

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