Originally built in 1910 as Oranje Hotel named after Dutch Royal family by Lucas Martin Sarkies of the famous Amernian family whose collection of grand hotels included the Raffles in Singapore the Strand in Rangoon and Eastern and Oriental in Penang the Hotel Majapahit is a classic landmark hotel and a source of national pride. The hotel has a truly impressive history that blends romance and elegance. The graceful architecture and landscaped gardens evoke a pleasant oasis-like colonial style and they nicely complement the top quality recreational facilities of the resort spa and gym.
This landmark property is strategically located in the centre of Surabayas business and shopping district which is 25 minutes from the international airport. The 143 spacious and luxurious guestrooms and suites overlook magnificent garden courtyards and 10 of the Majapahit club rooms feature exclusive butler service gold plated bathroom fixtures and other luxurious amenities all of which enhance the architectural elegance.
Guests staying at the Majapahit can enjoy the indulgence of the hotel and its luxurious spa which offers a wide range of treatments to refresh the body and mind as well as a comprehensive health club that includes a gym tennis court and swimming pool. The bathrooms in every room and suite are adorned with opulent gold and marble. Additionally it also has one of the largest and most elegantly designed presidential suites in Asia measuring 800 square meters.
After a tiring day dining at one of restaurants inside of the hotel will likely be a very satisfying experience. Guests are spoiled for choice in terms of fine food from Euro-Asian fare at the Indigo restaurant and bar to Chinese cuisine at the Sarkies Seafood Restaurant.