Located a mere 25 minutes from Adisutjipto International Airport and 15 minutes from the heart of Yogyakarta, luxury has never been so convenient.

Rich with majestic history, the front part of the house is an original Sunanate house from Surakarta dating back to 1814, moved from its previous location in Solo and rebuilt in its current home in Yogyakarta, welcoming you with the most authentic traditional Javanese ambience.

This precious piece of history is seamlessly integrated with the rest of the newly built parts of the house, creating a sublime harmony between the past and the present.

Stay the night and live like Javanese royalty in one of our four suites, each uniquely designed with distinctive characters, and comes with a private dining or lounge area, or celebrate in our indoor and outdoor areas suitable for small and large functions, for up to 1,000 guests.

From your first step into the house, our friendly staff is always on stand by to make sure you get all your specific needs well tended.






From intimate lunch meetings to celebratory dinner receptions, our house exceptionally serves a notable dining experience. Within the walls of inherited traditions, we serve your pleasurable stay with classic Indonesian hospitality.

Whether you would like to host an event at the Paseban, our outdoor dining area, or inside by the long table in the Handrawina dining area, we will comply to your needs. Our house welcomes private and exclusive reservations of meetings and ceremonies, from small to large functions up to 1,000 guests. We welcome your reservation for at least 3 (three) days in advance.

For our residence guests, we offer our home-made menu crafted in our own kitchen. Our delicacy highlights include Soto Ayam, Nasi Goreng Kampung (Kampung Fried Rice), Mie Godok (Godok Noodle), as well as the perfect snack to your afternoon tea, Singkong Goreng (Fried Cassava).



Our lounge area is well-suited for your private meetings and small gatherings. Whether it’s a corporate meeting or an afternoon high-tea with close friends and relatives, we serve you with our exceptional service and dining menu.



Any inquiries for a small or big event at Rumah Sleman, please contact us at

Phone. +62 274 866 611, +62 274 866 622 or WA 62 812-2872-9629



From discovering Keraton history to culinary adventures, enrich your visit by exploring the Javanese culture and tradition within the city centre of Yogyakarta. Take a drive to the wondrous Borobudur Temple, and relieve your morning to a spectacular view of the breathtaking sunrise. Later in the afternoon, explore the gem of Prambanan Temple, and trace your steps within the temple complex under the sunset.





Unwind yourself after a restless, adventurous day out with our house’s complements as we offer traditional Javanese spa and massage. If you would like to propose our service, our staff will make an appointment suited to your request.



Learn the process how to make batik, one of Indonesia’s traditional fabric. If you would like to propose our service, our staff will make an appointment suited to your request.






Kraton of Yogyakarta (formally known as: Keraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat) is a palace complex located in the city of Yogyakarta. The palace is the main seat Sultan of Yogyakarta and his family. It serves as a cultural center for the Javanese people and contains a museum that displays the sultanate’s artifacts.



The Ullen Sentalu Museum is a Javanese culture and art museum located in Kaliurang highland, Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia. The museum displays relics and artifact from royal houses and kratons of Java, such as Yogyakarta, Pakualam, Surakarta, and Mangkunegaran.



Floating above the landscape of Central Java like a series of concentric circles that forms a giant mandala, there is Borobudur Temple, the largest Buddhist monument in the world. It is believed that Borobudur Temple was built between AD 780 and 840 when the Sailendra dynasty ruled the region. The building was abandoned for centuries and buried beneath layers of volcanic ash from Mount Merapi with only local people knew of its existence.



Jalan Malioboro (Malioboro Street) is a major shopping street in Yogyakarta. It lies north-south axis in the line between Yogyakarta Kraton and Mount Merapi. Malioboro street lined with stores of batik, handycraft and fashion products.



We would like you to have a great time in Yogyakarta while you’re staying with us. Please let one of our staff know if you need any assistance for the trip to any of those places.




Jalan Purboyo No 111 Mlati, Sleman, Yogyakarta Indonesia


P. 0274 866 611 ,  0274 866 622 or WA 62 812-2872-9629 | E.