Perched in the center of ‘Batik Town’ of Pekalongan, The Sidji Hotel sweeps you back to the old-world charm of this coastal town in the 1920s.
The boutique hotel embraces the antiquity of Hoo’s clan house—the 4th generation family of Peranakan in Pekalongan. The exquisite façade of the 90-year-old house is now equipped with modern amenities; seamlessly designed to blend with the town’s true spirit.
The Sidji Hotel is a new addition to Pekalongan, a lively 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 some national banks.
Only 4.5-hour train-ride from Jakarta, Pekalongan offers many interesting activities for your weekend getaway. This includes indigo batik workshop, heritage walk, antique batik and becak tour, a visit to the tea/coffee plantations and the waterfalls, and of course, not to be missed: a never-ending culinary feast!