Plataran Bromo have announced a range of new facilities, recently completed and ready to be enjoyed by guests booking their stay at this accommodation, located so conveniently near to the iconic volcano that bears the same name.
The new facilities at Plataran Bromo offer a combination of luxurious lodgings and culinary choice to travellers. Specifically, these new developments include a Private Pool Family Villa and Mezzanine, Langit Bromo Venue & Dining, Putri Dewi Amphitheatre and JivaDevi Nursery. All were officially opened to public and commenced operations from 30th March 2018.
The Private Pool Family Villa, which resembles a cozy and elegantly furnished vacation home, can accommodate up to ten people, while the Mezzanine combines private and shared rooms with communal spaces and contemporary architecture; the perfect choice for travellers in search of simple yet clean lodgings with convenient access to the Bromo volcano and park. In addition to the new facilities at Plataran Bromo, the resort is planning to open a further set of accommodation options in October 2018. This will include six units of Luxury Lodges, 18 Family Lodges and six Attic Lodges; each with its own en-suite bathroom.
Situated just seven kilometres from Mount Bromo volcano at the gateway of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Plataran Bromo provides visitors with the perfect staging point from which to venture into the park. The resort’s newest facilities make staying with Plataran more attractive than ever before, ensuring the very best experience for guests in terms of comfort, entertainment and enjoyment during their stay.
Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is located in East Java, to the east of Malang and southeast of Surabaya. It is the only conservation area in Indonesia that features a sand sea, where the caldera of an ancient volcano (Tengger) can also be found. This unique feature covers a total area of 5,250 hectares at an altitude of about 2,100 metres (6,900 ft). The massif, which is named after the Tengger Kingdom, also contains the highest mountain in Java (Mount Semeru), four lakes and 50 rivers. Mount Bromo is an active volcano that forms part of the Tengger massif; at 2,329 metres it is not the highest peak of the massif but is by far the most famous. The Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park was declared a national park in 1982 and continues to attract visitors in ever-greater numbers with each passing year.