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Hotel Santika Jemursari Star Rating 3        
Jl. Jemursari No. 258

This upscale, modern hotel is 5 km from Surabaya Zoo and 12 km from Heroes Monument, dedicated to those who died in World War 2.The posh, sleekly appointed rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens, and tea and coffeemakers. Suites add minibars and balconies, while upgraded quarters are opulently designed and have living rooms with floor-to-ceiling window offering panoramic city vistas.
H.O.M.E Guest House Star Rating 1        
Sidosermo Indah 2/9, Rungkut

This upmarket guesthouse on a leafy residential street is 1.6 km from the Terminal Bratang bus station and 3.4 km from Surabaya Zoo.
Artotel Hotel Surabaya Star Rating 3        
Jl Dr Soetomo 79 - 81

This trendy, art-themed boutique hotel fronted by a glass cube containing a graffiti-lined stairwell is 2.1 km from Surabaya Zoo and 5 km from Heroes Monument.Featuring vibrant works by local Indonesian artists, the sleek, modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi, 81-cm flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, plus safes and tea and coffeemakers.
Evora Hotel Surabaya        
Jl Raya Menur 18-20

This streamlined hotel on a tree-lined street is 2 km from Surabaya Gubeng train station, 4 km from the lively Taman Bungkul park and 12 km from boating in the Wonorejo Mangrove.Functional rooms come with flat-screen TVs, desks and complimentary Wi-Fi. Family rooms add extra beds.
Hotel Pacific Surabaya Star Rating 2        
Jl Tanjung Perak Timur 404 Pabean Cantian

This straightforward hotel is 2.9 km from the House of Sampoerna museum, 4.8 km from the Heroes Monument and 11 km from Surabaya Zoo.
Java Paragon Hotel & Residences Star Rating 4        
JL. Mayjend Sungkono 101-103

This sophisticated hotel, set in a concrete high-rise, lies 1.4 km from a bus stop, 2.8 km from Ahmad Yani Golf Club and 3.
HARRIS Hotel and Conventions Gubeng Surabaya Star Rating 4        
Jalan Bangka 8-18

This modern business hotel is 900 meters from Surabaya Gubeng train station, 8 km from clove cigarette exhibits at the House of Sampoerna and 3 km from the Grand City Mall and Convention Center.Bright rooms offer contemporary decor with colorful accents, plus day beds and desks. All provide in-room fragrant oil burners, flat-screens and free Wi-Fi, as well as minibars, and tea and coffeemakers.
Krowi inn Star Rating 1        
Jl Ciliwung 66

This low-key hostel is a 5-minute walk from Surabaya town square, 1.8 km from the Wonokrono Railway Station and 2.9 km from the iconic, 120-meter BRM Tower.
JW Marriott Hotel Surabaya Star Rating 5        
Jalan Embong Malang 85-89

This high-end modern hotel is 2 km from the Heroes Monument and 19 km from Juanda International Airport.Airy, plush rooms with marble bathrooms have flat-screens, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers, plus safes; 1- or 2-bedroom suites add separate living/dining areas. Lavish upgraded suites include kitchens and whirlpool.
Ciputra Golf, Club & Hotel Star Rating 4        
Jl. Citra Raya Utama

This golf club and stone-front hotel, set in suburbs of Surabaya, lies a 14-minute walk from the Ciputra Waterpark and 15 km from the Surabaya Zoo.Accommodations range from no-frills rooms to 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom villas suitable for families and longer stays. All have free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
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Surabaya is the capital of East Java and Indonesia's second largest city. Since it is not the official capital, you may find it more relaxed and easy going than its more famous sister, Jakarta. Home to around three million people there is much to do in and around the city. You can expect temperatures to stay fairly constant throughout the year, with highs of 30-35 degrees Celsius, and night time lows of 20-25, so a visit is definitely worth considering any time of the year. Despite the waves of modern imported cars, Surabaya retains much of its past and displays it on the roads. Brilliantly coloured becak (cycle rickshaws) slice through the streams of more conventional traffic, hop on for an enjoyable taste of the past. If you delve into the Old Quarter, then you will find a world awash with foods, crafts, and music that have existed as long as the city has. Be adventurous and try some pakpao, ote, or semanggi, even if you don't know what something is, remember, half the fun of ordering is finding out! Surabaya is a culinary mixture so with a little effort you can find varieties from the Middle East, Europe, China, or more traditional Indonesia. Just outside Surabaya is Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, named for its two active volcanoes, Bromo and Semeru, and the Tengger people who inhabit the park. Semeru is the quieter of the two volcanoes, with most visitors choosing to visit only Bromo, but it is well worth a dedicated visit due to its periodic eruptions. Semeru can be relied upon to spew great clouds of steam and smoke at intervals of 20 or so minutes. Few people can say they have seen a volcano erupt, and you could be one of them.