Mesastila resort & spa blends history, culture and wellness

Previously known as Losari Coffee Plantation, MesaStila Resort and Spa is a unique luxury five-star resort and spa. Its uniqueness comes from its location in Magelan. The resort is surrounded by volcanoes and rice paddies, a few kilometres away from one of Indonesia’s most iconic monuments, Borobudur temple.

The resort has been developed within a former coffee plantation perched on a hill. Most of the buildings are in fact historical constructions. There is the villa of the Dutch plantation owner which dominates the resort while the check-in for the guests is done in a former rail station which has been rebuilt at the resort. All the rooms are located in historic Joglo-villas, typical Javanese style houses made of wood which were mostly erected in the 19th century.

The spa also has a historical background. Spa therapy at MesaStila takes its inspiration from the cultural blend brought by traders from the Arabic peninsula, China, India and Java. This translates into the traditional jamu – a medicine made from local herbs that can be used for massage but also drunk. With its origins in Turkey, MesaStila is proud to house an authentic hammam, where steam bathing combines functionality with cleansing rituals.


Photo: The infinity pool of the MesaStila Resort and Spa