Brand new Four Seasons opens in Jakarta

Four Seasons Jakarta features 125 suites
Four Seasons Jakarta features 125 suites

Four Seasons has returned to Jakarta with the launch of a brand new all-suite hotel in the centre of the city.

Located on Jalan Gatot Subroto, as part of the new Capital Place development, the new Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta marks the company’s return to the Indonesian capital following an 18-month absence.

It replaces the former Four Seasons in Jakarta, which was located on Jalan HR Rasuna Said and has been closed since late 2014. Both the old and new properties are owned by the Rajawali Property Group.

“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,” said the hotel’s general manager, Christian Poda, who leads of team of 250 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.”

The new hotel features 125 suites with sleeping and living areas separated by sliding doors. The hotel’s top accommodation options, the 19th floor presidential suite and ambassador suite, will be launched later this year.

The hotel's grand lobby
The hotel’s grand lobby

F&B options include the Palm Court restaurant which extends to a garden terrace, the Nautilus Bar, a French patisserie, and the Dolcetto coffee shop which also serves sandwiches and salads. And this autumn, the hotel will launch its new Italian concept, Alto Restaurant & Bar, which will be positioned at the top of the hotel and features an outdoor terrace overlooking the city.

Other facilities include a spa with eight treatment rooms and a hammam, a 24-hour fitness centre and an outdoor pool on the fifth floor, while a beauty salon and barbershop will open later in the year.

And finally for the MICE market, Four Seasons Jakarta will offer more than 1,800m² of function space including a grand ballroom with its own pre-function area and garden terrace.

Four Seasons first arrived in Indonesia in 1993 with a resort at Bali’s Jimbaran Bay. A second Balinese resort later opened in the Ayung River valley, prior to the arrival of the original Four Seasons Jakarta.

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