Mandarin Oriental Jakarta reopens

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Hong Kong, 9 October, 2009 - Following a comprehensive 20 month renovation, Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta officially re-opened on 8 October, 2009 to take its place as the most luxurious and contemporary hotel in the city. The opening was marked with a ribbon cutting ceremony and celebratory gala event, attended by Jakarta’s society elite.

“We are very pleased to be back in the city and look forward to showcasing the all-new Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta and to delighting guests once again with the Group’s renowned levels of hospitality,” said General Manager, Andrew Abram.

To celebrate the opening, guests booking a two night stay at Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta until 28 December 2009 will receive a US$50 credit which can be used in the hotel’s restaurants and bar. This offer cannot be combined with any other promotion, is applicable to Delight and Seasonal Choice rates only and is limited to one voucher per room per stay.

Further details and reservations can be made online at or by contacting the hotel at +62 (21) 2993 8888 or via email

About Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta
The all new hotel has 272 guestrooms including 56 oversized and beautifully appointed Mandarin Rooms and six suites. All accommodation has been tastefully designed in a classic contemporary style by the renowned design firm Lim, Teo and Wilkes (LTW), combining modern facilities with the Group’s oriental heritage and Indonesian culture. In addition, each room features state-of-the art guest centric in-room technology.

The hotel also offers a variety of innovative dining concepts, with four new restaurants featuring a range of international cuisine from quintessential regional Chinese to an authentic French brasserie experience. There is also a signature Mandarin Oriental Cake Shop and a chic MO Bar overlooking the main Jakarta thoroughfare.

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Over 1,000 square metres of luxurious meeting and banqueting facilities can cater from 14 to 600 guests; all with natural daylight, and equipped with the latest technology.

Leisure facilities include a state of the art fitness centre with personalized treatment rooms as well as an outdoor pool surrounded by lush tropical gardens.

About Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most prestigious hotels, resorts and residences. Mandarin Oriental now operates, or has under development, 41 hotels representing over 10,000 rooms in 25 countries, with 17 hotels in Asia, 14 in The Americas and 10 in Europe and North Africa. In addition, the Group operates, or has under development, 13 Residences at Mandarin Oriental, connected to the Group’s properties. 

Photography of Mandarin Oriental is available to download, in high and low resolution, in the Photo Library of our Media section, at 
Photo Caption:

The official ribbon cutting event to celebrate the opening of the all new Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta (left to right) : Mr Jonathan Chang – Country Chairman, Jardine Matheson Ltd;  Mr Andrew Abram – General Manager, Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta;  Mrs Mari Elka Pangestu – Minister of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia; Mr Anthony Nightingale – Managing Director, Jardine Matheson Ltd;  His Excellency Ambassador Martin Hatfull – British Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia; Mr Andrew Hirst – Operations Director, Asia, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group

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