Banyan Tree Group’s minimalist brand Garrya has announced the launch of Garrya Bianti Yogyakarta resort on the island of Java in Indonesia, as reported by HospitalityNet.

This addition follows the hotel openings in China, Japan and Thailand last year.

The resort is situated along the Denggung River in Gabugan Village, within Yogyakarta’s Sleman Region.

It offers 24 villas, including a two-bedroom villa with a swimming pool, a jacuzzi, a gazebo and a large living room. It also has a Wellbeing Sanctuary Villa.

Designed by Arte Architect and Associates, the resort features pyramid-like structures in an inner courtyard and a joglo-style lobby made from recycled wood.

The resort’s design is inspired by Javanese culture and Yogyakarta’s temple and features eco-friendly materials such as terracotta bricks and teakwood for intricate carvings.

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Among the dining options are Refresh, an all-day dining venue; Kopi Zop, a lounge and bar and a private dining room.

It provides a four-room 8lements Spa offering indigenous wellness treatments inspired by Asian traditions.

The resort’s on-site shop includes handmade arts and crafts from local artisans and a dedicated event space for nature-immersed meetings.

Additionally, it offers well-being activities ranging from poolside yoga on the riverside deck and dance workshops in the Movement Studio to workout sessions in the gym.

Guests at the property can also explore traditional arts and crafts as well as visit Sultan’s Palace, which features open-air pavilions that host Javanese dance performances and gamelan concerts.

The resort’s location also provides access to Kotagede, an upmarket suburb of the city of Yogyakarta that is known as the hub of the silver industry.

Garrya is set to launch four resorts by 2025 in Vietnam – at Mu Cang Chai, Da Nang, Hoi An and Hoa Binh and two in China – at Xianju and Yangcheng Lake.