Plataran, a homegrown Indonesian hospitality group, has the vision to promote Indonesia by showcasing to the world the rich and diverse natural and cultural heritage of the archipelago.
Plataran means ‘God’s most favourite courtyard’, a reflection of our connection to and celebration of all the beauty and richness of culture that Indonesia has been blessed with.
Plataran invites discovery and appreciation of Indonesia’s many treasures through its luxury brand of boutique hotels and resorts, private cruises, dining and event venues, developed in Indonesia’s most iconic and exotic destinations. All the properties reflect the character of the archipelago through architecture and interior design as well as with the service. Excellence and the beautiful spirit of Indonesia reside in every detail, thoughtfully crafted to deliver a completely authentic and enriching guest experience.
The company’s efforts to highlight this heritage were recently rewarded at ITB Berlin. Plataran L’Harmonie – West Bali National Park won 2nd place among the 2018 Sustainable Destination Top 100 “Best of Asia Pacific” Series. The award reflected on the destination’s efforts towards responsible tourism and distinctive appeal.
The company currently operates seven properties and will add three new hotels over the coming months.
– Plataran Bromo Hotel & Spa will offer a stay in the height of comfort, where guests can dine at Teras Bromo restaurant and unwind at an indoor pool and sauna overlooking Mt. Bromo National Park.
– Plataran Atlantis Hotel & Spa is conceived as a lively, hip and vibrant getaway, located along the beachfront right next to Atlantis Beach Club. This lifestyle hotel directly faces the sunset for a mesmerising golden hour experience, and will immerse guests in the dynamic and full-of-life energy of Labuan Bajo.
– Plataran Sumba is due to come in the future and will be the first five-star property on the island of Sumba. Once known as “Sandalwood Island”, Sumba is an intriguing eastern Indonesian island located in the province of East Nusa Tenggara. The resort invites travellers to get off the beaten path and discover a little-seen part of Indonesia, one of the few places where you can see ancient megalithic burial sites and other indigenous activities.
Plataran offers currently properties in Borobudur (two hotels), Menjangan, Canggu and Ubud (Bali), Komodo and Pucak (West Java).