Starwood expands presence in Jakarta with the opening of The Westin and plans for Four Points in 2018.
Dubbed the city's tallest hotel, the property sits between the 50th and 69th floors of the mixed-use Gama Tower on Jl. Rasuna Said in Kuningan, South Jakarta. With a soft opening slated for Aug. 26, it boasts 360-degree views of the city, from surrounding areas to the faraway shores of North Jakarta that are visible on a clear day.
Up to 272 rooms are provided at the hotel, including presidential suites, all decorated with a combination of contemporary and traditional elements, with prices starting at Rp 1.98 million++ (US$150) on weekends and Rp 2.38 million++ on weekdays until September. Meanwhile, among its facilities are an all-day dining restaurant named Seasonal Tastes, an indoor swimming pool, gym, spa and a grand ballroom that can accommodate 1,500 people. In October, the establishment will also host a rooftop Japanese-Peruvian restaurant between the 67th and 69th floors dubbed Henshin.
Four Points Jakarta, Thamrin features 164 guest rooms fitted with the Four Points brand’s signature bedding. The hotel features an all-day dining venue, which incorporates the brand’s signature Best Brews program, allowing guests to sample a range of local craft and artisan beers.
The hotel is part of an approximate 159,000 square foot mixed used development that consists of offices located on the upper floors of the building and the hotel.
For meetings and events, Four Points Jakarta, Thamrin has three comfortable, stylish meeting spaces totaling 1,615 square feet that overlooks the lively Thamrin business district. The hotel also offers a 24 hour fitness center that is fully equipped with a range of high-endurance and low impact workout equipment.
Four Points Jakarta, Thamrin is strategically located along Jl M.H. Thamrin at Menara Topas, a major road running through the Central Business District in Jakarta with high visibility for corporate clients. The hotel is located just under one half a mile north of the famous Selamat Datang roundabout near multinational corporate offices, embassies, megamalls, retail shops, restaurants and bars.
For guests looking to immerse in the rich history and culture of Jakarta during their stay at the hotel, they can visit Pasar Baru, the oldest shopping centre in the city that dates back to the Dutch colonial era, Sunda Kelapa, a 17th century port to see the world’s last wind-powered trading schooners, or take in captivating views from the observation deck at Monas, a National Monument located in the centre of Freedom Square. All are located within 7.5 miles of the hotel.