Hotel Indonesia has become a historic landmark, a national pride. Right in front of the hotel, which is strategically located in the heart of capital, stands the "Welcome Statue". This statue was intended to welcome guests who visited Jakarta on the occasion of the 4th Asian Games in 1962. The hotel features spacious guestrooms and suites, each equipped with complete amenities.
Insider Tip: Hotel Indonesia is attached to the city flagship shopping town, the Grand Indonesia & Plaza Indonesia - perfect for nurturing your shopping desires without going far.
Gran Melia Jakarta's newly renovated rooms and facilities offer fresh atmosphere and ultimate comfort. The 5-star hotel offers some of the capital's finest dining options in the most contemporary and exciting spaces. Conveniently located in prestigious financial and diplomatic district makes it the finest starting point for your business or leisure.
Insider Tip: The hotel serves amazing cocktails - head to their restaurants to try them.
Hotel Borobudur is a 5-star Diamond hotel strategically located in the center of the city. It boasts 695 elegantly Indonesian-inspired rooms and highly acclaimed restaurants. It offers comprehensive fitness centers featuring a range of sports and recreational facilities, including an outdoor Olympic-sized swimming pool with children’s pool and a golf practice area.
Insider Tip: Try the legendary Indonesian specialty, the oxtail soup, at the hotel's on-site restaurant.
At The Ritz-Carlton, each guest room offers an oasis of pampering and prestige with the ultimate personalised service. Savour the experience of their award-wining Lobo and Asia restaurant. Experience impeccable catering and events services for VIP and delegation events, and private personalized meetings. End the day in rejuvenation at The Ritz-Carlton Spa.
Insider Tip: Head to the 26th floor at The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge to enjoy breathtaking panoramic view of the city’s skyline, complete with light entertainment, business services, and divine culinary servings throughout the day.
Relax amidst tropical garden and natural light at this quiet oasis in Jakarta's CBD. Sample the renowned restaurants and rejuvenating spa treatments, or just unwind on your private balcony and enjoy the impeccable Four Seasons service. Be entertained with top-class recreational facilities such as sauna, outdoor pool, spa, garden and hot tub.
Insider Tip: Pet are allowed in certain areas of the premises, simply request for the special rooms.
Possibly the most atmospheric of Jakarta’s hotels, the Dharmawangsa pays homage to the classic Javanese architectural style of the 1920s. The 100-room property, which is named after an 11th century East Javanese Hindu king, encapsulates the residential feel of an Indonesian mansion. Set in a verdant garden, the hotel’s timeless architecture is brought to life by ethnic wall patterns and traditional decorative elements such as textiles, paintings and antiques from across Indonesia.
Insider Tip: Each guestroom and suite has a distinct theme and decor. Choose from Java, Bali, Sumatra, East Indonesia or Pesisiran (North Java).
Located in the business district near Jakarta’s most famous roundabout, the 140-room Keraton (which means palace in Javanese) blends contemporary elegance with the royal grandeur of Indonesia’s bygone era. The hotel’s rich timber, antiques and exquisite batik designs seem anything but out of place alongside its contemporary decor touches such as dark marble flooring and steel finishes. Shopaholics will be pleased to know that the Keraton is directly connected to the neighboring Plaza Indonesia, one of the city’s premium megamalls.
Insider Tip: The Keraton’s Luggage Forward scheme lets guests skip the process of having check in their luggage at the airport.
Located in Kemang, one of Jakarta’s trendiest neighborhoods, the all-suite Kemang Icon exudes ultra-modernity, but not at the expense of warmth and comfort. Each of the hotel’s 12 suites is unique in design and features high ceilings, plush carpets, wall-to-ceiling windows and contemporary decor. From the Oriental Suite decorated with Wayang Potehi puppets and the Bali Suite with a mini padi field right outside the window, to the Oval Suite that offers an asymmetrical layout and a bird’s eye view of Jakarta, there is something here to suit every taste.
Insider Tip: Don’t miss the hotel’s rooftop restaurant, The Edge, and its adjoining overflow pool, which offers swimmers great views of the surrounding cityscape.
One of the most recent additions to Jakarta’s boutique hotel scene, the Kosenda stands out among the crowd. The building’s funky facade, which incorporates shard-like shapes, is a preview of the 60-room hotel’s whimsical interior. Artwork here includes an eight-storey wall in the middle of the lobby crafted out of teak pieces and a mural depicting life in modern day Jakarta. Those along the hotel’s corridors depict stories from the capital’s history.
Insider Tip: Awan Lounge, the hotel’s rooftop bar and garden, offers great cocktails, sizzling Asian tapas and spectacular views.
Nestled amid a lush tropical garden, the 661-room Shangri-La is one of the only resort-style hotels in Jakarta. The luxury experience starts right from when you enter the hotel’s grandiose light-filled lobby overlooking the property’s extensive grounds. The Shangri-La’s restaurants offers some of the finest dining options in the city as well. Head to Satoo which features live cooking stations offering international delicacies. Try Rosso for subtle Italian flavours or sample some of the best teppanyaki in town at Nishimura.
Insider Tip: Don’t miss a dip in Shangri-La’s butterfly-shaped swimming pool.