Hyatt Hotels Corporation’s luxury brand, Park Hyatt, has made its debut in Indonesia with the opening of Park Hyatt Jakarta this month.
Park Hyatt Jakarta occupies the top 17 floors of the 37-storey Park Tower in the centre of the financial and diplomatic district. Inspired by the beauty of the Indonesian rainforests, traditional crafts and indigenous natural materials, the design uses elements such as lava stone and copper as well as handwoven ikat textile motifs, intricate wood carvings and shields are used to create a welcoming oasis of calm and elegance for its guests.
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Park Hyatt Jakarta features 220 elegant, oversized rooms, including 36 suites. Guestrooms range from approximately 57 to 85 square metres, and suites are from approximately 87 to 228 square metres. All rooms come with floor-to-ceiling windows, providing uninterrupted views of Jakarta and the National Monument landmark. Guests can also enjoy deep-soaking marble baths and large flat-screen TVs with an integrated media hub, while rooms are adorned with classic Indonesian decorative objects from jewels to paintings and shields.
The hotel’s Presidential Suite offers guests understated contemporary luxury. Covering an expansive 300 square metres and with its own VIP entrance, the suite includes a spacious bedroom and a living area.
Located in the Menteng area in the heart of Jakarta’s central business district, the hotel offers a distinctive collection of culinary, leisure and wellness experiences.
“With Hyatt hotels operating in Indonesia for over 40 years, we are delighted to share that the Park Hyatt brand has launched in the country, introducing its refined hospitality and personal service to local residents and visitors from near and far,” said David Udell, Group President, Asia-Pacific, Hyatt. “As more countries reopen their borders and travel confidence grows, Park Hyatt Jakarta is an exciting addition to our Park Hyatt portfolio, complementing new hotels that have opened in recent years in Auckland, Kyoto, Niseko and Suzhou.”
Lead image: Park Room, Park Hyatt Jakarta