Five-Star Pleasure - - PUBLISHER’S NOTE -

East Surabaya’s only City Re­sort

Bumi Surabaya City Re­sort of­fers the best of both worlds, whether you are in town for busi­ness or plea­sure. De­spite be­ing one of the best busi­ness ho­tels in the re­gion, it is ideal for re­lax­ing with fam­ily and friends. It has the com­forts and lux­u­ri­ous touches of a re­sort, and all the fa­cil­i­ties of a busi­ness ho­tel. Who said busi­ness can’t be a plea­sure?

THE GAR­DENS: Lux­ury is not only about the build­ings and in­te­ri­ors, but also in­volves the sur­round­ings. Bumi Surabaya City Re­sort has shown that they un­der­stand this with their lux­u­ri­ously ver­dant gar­dens, cre­at­ing a wel­com­ing oa­sis where guests can es­cape and com­mune with na­ture. The build­ing it­self seems to float on a sea of green­ery in the heart of Surabaya, and of­fers an ex­plo­sion of in­tense greens and a rain­bow of trop­i­cal colours, cast­ing a spell on vis­i­tors, who will find them­selves lost in its in­tense beauty. The gar­dens were de­signed by fa­mous land­scape ar­chi­tect Made Wi­jaya, who has suc­ceeded in cre­at­ing an oa­sis where guests can feel like they have dis­cov­ered a pri­vate Eden.

THE FOOD: The ho­tel’s sta­ble of fine restaurants is one of its big­gest draws. Siti Ing­gil’s unique din­ing con­cept recre­ates the mood of a tra­di­tional In­done­sian night mar­ket in an in­for­mal court­yard set­ting. A va­ri­ety of lo­cal spe­cial­ity dishes are served di­rect from food stalls and wooden Ja­vanese car­riages po­si­tioned around the gar­den. Ja­panese food lovers will not want to miss Kiza­hashi Restau­rant, while at Cas­cade guests can savour de­li­cious pasta and pizza from the wood fire oven in a semi-out­door set­ting – it is also the place to in­dulge in very pop­u­lar Hot Stone Steak, a unique din­ing con­cept that in­volves cook­ing fresh meat on ser­pen­tine slabs of vol­canic stone, seal­ing in the nat­u­ral juices for an ex­plo­sion of flavour. The Lobby Lounge serves Bumi Surabaya City Re­sort’s fa­mous ser­abi, a kind of In­done­sian pancake that is so fa­mous that ii is of­ten brought in for events as far away as Bali or Jakarta.

BUSI­NESS & EVENTS: When ev­ery de­tail must be per­fect, you can count on the ad­vanced fa­cil­i­ties and ex­pert pro­fes­sion­als of the Bumi Surabaya City Re­sort to deliver a pro­duc­tive and suc­cess­ful out­come. The ho­tel has a choice of meet­ing and event venues in­clud­ing the Isyana Ball­room, which can ac­com­mo­date up to 1,000 per­sons stand­ing, and an­other 700 per­sons in the ad­join­ing Isyana Room. There are also a num­ber of meet­ing rooms to choose from. For a pre­mium meet­ing or pri­vate event, Pri­mav­era is the place to choose, while The TaV­ern is where to have your so­cial event or gath­er­ing. Whether you are ar­rang­ing a small busi­ness meet­ing or a fairy-tale wed­ding, the Bumi Surabaya City Re­sort will help bring your vi­sion to ex­tra­or­di­nary re­al­ity.

Jl. Jend. Ba­suki Rakhmat No. 106-128

Surabaya East Java - In­done­sia Phone. +62 31 531 1234 www.bu­misurabaya.com

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