Places of Interest

Strategically set on Jalan Slamet Riyadi, HARRIS Hotel Solo is close to Batik Village of Laweyan, steps away from Purwosari Train Station, 3 minutes to Solo Grand Mall, 5 minutes to Manahan Stadium, 8 minutes to Bale Kambang Park and only 20 minutes from Adi Sumarmo International Airport.

Purwosari Train Station and Batik Village Laweyan
​Only walking distance​

Loji Gandrung

1 km
Office House of Surakarta which that is colonial building

Shopping Mall

1 km
Modern Shopping Mall

Manahan Stadium

2 km
Manahan is the first stadium in Indonesia which hosts the biggest difabel sporting event in Southeast Asia 2011 ASEAN ParaGames. The stadium was inaugurated on February 21, 1998 by the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Suharto. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is used as the home venue for Persis Solo​.​

Balekambang Park

3 km
The park built by KGPAA Mangkunegara VII for their two daughters, namely GRAy Partini and GRAy Partinah. Therefore, two statues of this princess are also placed in the garden. In addition, the park is also divided into two daughters, namely Partinah Bosch which is a kind of urban forest, and Partini Tuin, which is a pool of water. The park is located on Jl. Ahmad Yani, Surakarta with an area of ​​9.8 Ha and opened to the public starting at 7:00 to 18:00 pm every day.

Mangkunegaran Palace

3 km
Beside Kasunanan Palace, Solo City also has a beautiful and majestic palace, it’s Mangkunegaran Palace (Pura Mangkunegaran). The name of Pura came from Javanese language which means palace. Mangkunegaran Palace becomes the center  of culture and art in Solo City. There are many valueable collections and it’s believed to come from Majapahit and Mataram Palace.

Kasunanan Palace

4,9 km
Brought from Kartasura by Pakubuwono II in one huge day-long procession in 1745, the Kasunanan Palace is Solo’s largest and most important royal house. 
It stands within the kraton, just south of the alun-alun.

Klewer Market

4 km
Klewer Market is the largest textile market in Solo City, Indonesia. The market which located beside Keraton Surakarta is also shopping center for batik traders from Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Semarang and other cities in Java.