Guesthouses, hotels and resorts
The vast majority of good accommodation is located in the quieter northern part of town although there are few options favoured by locals to the south.
A bargain for budget travellersJalan Trunojoyo 21
T: (0341) 363 198;
Hotel Emma is a real find for the budget traveller seeking something more than a bare-bones cheapie, with features such as hot water and air-con only costing slightly more than the basic cold water ... Read the full review of Hotel Emma.
Inoffensive modern roomsJalan Brigjen Slamet Riadi 1-3
T: (0341) 359 093; F: (0341) 359 088
Much like a motel in the West, the modern rooms here surround a car park, which does have the advantage of ensuring the rooms are positioned to catch plenty of natural light but the obvious ... Read the full review of Hotel Trio Indah 2.
Cheap hot water roomsJalan K.H. Ahmad Dahlan 40
T: (0341) 356 789; F: (0341) 365 750
All the sizeable rooms here have hot water bathrooms with Western-style toilets and showers, are generally clean and represent great value for money. In some of the rooms, however, we did find ... Read the full review of Hotel Margosuko.
Great value economy roomsJalan K.H. Ahmad Dahlan 31
T: (0341) 326 945; F: (0341) 367 098
Natural light is not a feature of many Indonesian hotels but Hotel Tosari bucks this trend by using skylights in hallways to brighten things up, and it really makes a difference. Cleanliness is also ... Read the full review of Hotel Tosari.
Good value in an older styleJalan Jenderal Basuki Rahmat 1
T: (0341) 325 460;
Hot water, fan, TV, non-aircon/aircon: 170,000/180,000 rupiah Hotel Riche is an older style place right in the heart of town across from the alun-alun. The economy rooms here are very basic with ... Read the full review of Hotel Riche.
Best hotel in MalangJalan Tugu 3
T: (0341) 363 891;
Hotel Tugu is a fully-featured five-star hotel with rooms decorated in a traditional Javanese style. The traditional beauty of this place, however, doesn't mean that modern fittings are replaced by ... Read the full review of Hotel Tugu.1,000,000 to 2,500,000 Rp 1 vote Toprange
Great value cheap roomsJalan Dr. Sutomo 4
T: (0341) 324 678;
Each room in this homestay on the quiet yet ritzy Jalan Dr Sutomo is priced differently, giving you a dizzying array of options when you arrive. When simplified, however, rooms come either with ... Read the full review of Jona's Homestay.
Run-of-the-mill business hotelJalan Jaksa Agung Suprato 17
T: (0341) 361 900; F: (0341) 361 911
The newly renovated Hotel Kartika Graha is oddly billed as a business entertainment hotel but is more like a run of the mill business hotel. For a hotel with generic business-style rooms, the hotel ... Read the full review of Hotel Kartika Graha.400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp 1 vote Midrange
Comfy midrange hotelJalan Ade Irma Suryani 23
T: (0341) 332 900; F: (0341) 360 630
The aptly named Grand Palace has over-the-top palatial styling that sometimes works and sometimes feels fake. Massive columns, gold fixtures, swirls and details try and portray a lavish place, but ... Read the full review of The Grand Palace Hotel.400,000 to 1,000,000 Rp 1 vote Midrange
Like a 1950s motelJalan Mojopahit 4
T: (0341) 366 860; F: (0341) 363 618
If 1950s motels are your style, then Splendid Inn is for you. This hotel seems to be unintentionally caught in a time warp and usually this spells disaster, but strangely enough in this case it adds ... Read the full review of Splendid Inn.
One of the better budget optionsJalan Pattimura 37
T: (0341) 362 741;
One of the better budget options in Malang, Helios has a handful of concrete cell-like economy rooms which are little bigger than the two beds and table they contain. These clean rooms share two hot ... Read the full review of Hotel Helios.
Needs a deep cleanJalan Kahuripan 12
T: (0341) 350 520; F: (0341) 352 266
Bare, dirty walls, mouldy and grimy hot water bathrooms and so-so springy beds: it sounds like a nightmare and it's not far wrong when paying the prices charged here. The air-con in the more ... Read the full review of Hotel Kartika Kusuma.
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