Set in the center of “Batik Town” Pekalongan, The Sidji Hotel sweeps you back in time to the old-world charm of this coastal town in the 1920s. The boutique hotel embraces the antiquity of Hoo clan's house—the 4th generation family of Peranakan. The exquisite façade of the 90-year- old house is now equipped with modern amenities; seamlessly designed to blend with the true spirit of the town. The Sidji Hotel is a new addition to Pekalongan, a town along The Pesisir—the coastal area in Central Java. In the 12th century, it was a major maritime hub for merchants plying the trade winds from the Middle East, India, and China. The influence and legacy of these three ancient cultures have made Pekalongan strived as a multicultural town it is today. Whether you’re on a business trip, visiting families and friends, or thinking of enjoying a vacation, The Sidji Hotel offers a variety of room types to suit your needs. The hotel is conveniently located within a 5-minute walk to Alun-Alun (town centre), batik villages, Hypermart in Plaza Pekalongan shopping centre, and national banks. Only 4.5-hour train-ride from Jakarta, Pekalongan offers many interesting activities for your weekend getaway, including indigo batik workshop, tea and coffee plantations, waterfalls, heritage walk, antique batik tour, as well as a never-ending culinary feast.