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Photo of Yoschi's HotelYoschi's Hotel

Aesthetically pleasing and immaculate

Jalan Wonokerto KM2, Ngadisari T: (0335) 541 018 F: (0335) 541 046   yoschi.bromo@gmail.com

Yoschi's Hotel

Yoschi's Hotel is a German-owned guesthouse located just outside the small village of Ngadisari, 4.5km from the village of Cemoro Lawang and the Tengger Caldera.

Photo of Yoschi's Hotel

A variety of rooms are available including those with private cold water bathrooms, those without any bathroom and spacious multi-room family cottages. Hot water showers are available to all guests in a block in the centre of the property which is a good thing -- the cold water showers here are icy. The feel of this place is cosy and welcoming, the bathrooms aesthetically pleasing and immaculate and every other facet including the wooden floors spotlessly clean. Yoschi's is highly recommended and the best value for money in the area. It is not practical to walk to Bromo from here and a regular jeep tour should be organised at the hotel for the same price as jeeps from Cemoro Lawang.

Our rating:

Last updated on 15th July, 2012.


Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Dbl fan share bathroom
103,500 rupiah
138,000 rupiah
Dbl fan private bathroom
184,000 rupiah
253,000 rupiah
Standard double room
345,000 rupiah
460,000 rupiah
Family room
460,000 rupiah
575,000 rupiah
Room: Dbl fan share bathroom, low season: 103,500 rupiah, high season 138,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Dbl fan private bathroom, low season: 184,000 rupiah, high season 253,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Standard double room, low season: 345,000 rupiah, high season 460,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Family room, low season: 460,000 rupiah, high season 575,000 rupiah. Notes:

Yoschi's Hotel
Jalan Wonokerto KM2, Ngadisari
T: (0335) 541 018 F: (0335) 541 046  
yoschi.bromo@gmail.com

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