The much-anticipated Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta has reopened within the city’s Central Business District following a two-year renovation.
Situated on Jalan Gatot Subroto, the all-suite Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta is housed within the new Capital Place business development – an award-winning architectural landmark by César Pelli. In a statement, Four Seasons said the hotel “promises to be the preferred address of the city’s elite, as well as business and leisure travellers from around the world.”
Decked out by interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud, the hotel features a striking lobby with its grand staircase lit by a large crystal chandelier. A collection of contemporary and historic Indonesian art is complemented by fine furnishings and sophisticated lighting.
The hotel’s 125 suites offer resort-like terraces and open-air rooms, with an intention to feel as much like luxurious residences as modern hotel suites. Discreet technologies, a personal refreshment bar and a spa-like bathroom are also included.
Guests can enjoy a selection of dining options, including the Palm Court, which serves breakfast, lunch, cocktails and dinner, with tall windows opening to a garden terrace. Nautilus Bar offers a selection of maritime-inspired cocktails, while La Patisserie serves “the finest handmade sweets and confections” to take away in beautiful gift boxes and signature bags or to enjoy at one of its cafe tables.
The hotel’s spa, which takes its inspiration from Southeast Asian cultures woven with global influences, offers a variety of treatments such as traditional Balinese massage, Ayurvedic journeys and high performance European skincare from phyto-aromatic French brand Yon-Ka. Facilities include eight treatment rooms with two couple’s suites and a hammam, a relaxation lounge, men’s and women’s locker facilities, a spa shop and 24/7 fitness centre. Additionally, a secluded outdoor pool is located on the fifth floor rooftop, surrounded by tropical landscaping.
The hotel also has more than 1,800 square metres of function space, including the Grand Ballroom, with its own pre-function area and adjacent Garden Terrace, which can accommodate 350 people for a sit down meal, and as many as 1,250 for a traditional Indonesian wedding celebration.
“Jakarta is a very big, very busy city that simply never stops – and Four Seasons feeds on that energy, optimism and uniquely Indonesian friendliness and flair,” says General Manager Christian Poda, who leads of team of 250 carefully selected local and international staff. “We’ve created this beautiful new Hotel with every possible luxury, and now we are thrilled to finally welcome our first guests and really bring it to life.”
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