Hotel Majapahit Surabaya
The Majapahit Hotel is rich in history and a national landmark. It was opened in 1910 under the name Oranje Hotel and was at this colonial time the first address to stay for wealthy merchants, ship-owners and plantation owners. The hotel was founded by the Sarkies family, who founded also the Raffles Hotel in Singapore, the Oriental Hotel in Penang and the Strand Hotel in the former Rangoon.
The hotel is located in the heart of Surabaya, Indonesia second-largest city and major seaport since the 15th century. The hotel was restored in the years 2009-2013 to its former glory. With classic colonial architecture, all modern comforts and manicured gardens, it is a luxury hotel and an oasis of silence in busy Surabaya
The Majapahit Hotel offer 143 rooms, 2 restaurants, a unique lobby lounge and bar in Art Deco style, swimming pool, gym and Spa.