PituRooms opened its doors in December 2022. The five-story hotel houses seven rooms. Each room is spacious enough for a double bed and a small bathroom with a shower and toilet. Each room offers a different experience thanks to the furnishings and local artwork.
Despite the building is intentionally made “thinnest”, each rooms of PituRooms still meet the requirements of a comfy-and-cozy hotel room thanks to the difference in decorations and themes. A big bonus is the majestic view of a mountain and other sort of green out of the window, this brings the sense of relaxation and attracts more tourists to come besides its significant feature of the building.
The hotel’s owner, Mr. Ary Indra, says the project aims not only to set a world record but also to attract international tourists to the little-known town. Mr. Indra hopes PituRooms is the first of many projects that will show foreign visitors that Salatiga is more than just a slow-paced town.
In addition to the hotel rooms, PituRooms also has a rooftop restaurant serving locals. PituRooms also plans to host events and art exhibitions.
With its uniqueness and creativity, PituRooms is not just an architectural highlight but also a symbol of the development and innovation of tourism in Salatiga, Indonesia.