Rumah Turi Eco Boutique Hotel, Solo
If you are looking for a unique and environmentally friendly place to stay in Solo, look no further than Rumah Turi Eco Boutique Hotel. This boutique hotel is the first of its kind in the city and will impress you with its sustainable concept.
Located on Jl. Srigading II No. 12 Tourisari Solo, Rumah Turi, is easily accessible, and its strategic location makes it a convenient base for exploring Solo. You can explore nearby attractions such as the Radya Pustaka Museum, the Keris Museum, the House of Danar Hadi (batik museum), and the Sriwedari Wayang Orang Dance Theatre. The hotel is also located near Solo Paragon Mall, which is perfect for shopping and dining.
Rumah Turi's commitment to eco-friendliness is evident in every hotel design aspect. The hotel is built from sustainable materials, and everything from furniture to ornaments is made from used materials. The water treatment system is also environmentally friendly, with a rainwater absorption pond in the middle of the hotel. The hotel does not have bathtubs or showers as part of its sustainable efforts. However, the natural and environmentally friendly ambiance of Rumah Turi creates a unique and relaxing oasis in the heart of Solo.
The hotel's architecture blends traditional and contemporary designs, with wood being the dominant element. The hotel follows the Javanese House Philosophy, with a garden in the front area and a courtyard and terrace before entering the building. The restaurant area is a pendopo (Javanese pavilion), and the interior elements, including the floor, dining table, and seating, are all made of wood. The vertical garden separator adds a touch of nature and openness to the space.
Rumah Turi's service principle is to make visitors feel at home. The staffs are friendly and attentive, and the hotel's comfortable ambiance creates a warm and happy atmosphere. So if you want to experience a unique and eco-friendly stay in Solo, Rumah Turi Eco Boutique Hotel is definitely the place to be.
Price start from IDR 325,000 per night.