Like other places in Indonesia, and most of Asia, the staff were exceedingly kind. The building is an open-style throwback to the Dutch or brief English colonial era, with soaring ceilings (even in the guest suites), palm trees in the interior courtyard, etc. The few grumbles I have must absolutely be taken in the context of the fact that these people only a few months earlier opened after three years of having no tourists b/c of the pandemic. The ceiling fan in my bathroom was so loud I preferred having the extra humidity to the noise. But when I mentioned this to the staff the problem was fixed immediately. Also, poor drainage in the shower. There were a few other signs of wear and rear, but the room was clean, the air conditioning somewhat effective, and the place really nice. Extremely convenient to Candi Borobudur. The dining hall was nice. My deal included breakfasts, which were plenty. Some days they’d have a buffet, others you’d order the day before. Lunch and dinners were about 3 times the cost of the local “restaurants”—more like street stalls, really—but if you prefer not being interrupted by stray cats and minstrels, it’s worth the few extra dollars. Overall, 7/10.