Living room d'une suite Deluxe du Park Hyatt Jakarta.Living room of a Deluxe suite at Park Hyatt Jakarta.

As the G20 foreign ministers recently met in Bali, Indonesia, and await the arrival of the heads of state on the island in November, all these high-ranking figures passing through Jakarta will find a new hotel worthy of their status. The Indonesian capital has indeed seen the appearance of a luxurious Park Hyatt with 220 rooms, including 36 suites, in the heart of its financial and diplomatic district.

With floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking the city, marble bathtubs, huge flat screens with integrated multimedia hubs, the rooms are distinguished by their sleek contemporary design and local artworks, as well as by their top-of-the-line amenities. The rooms are also very respectable in size, ranging from 57 square meters for the smallest room to 300 square meters for the presidential suite, which has its own VIP entrance and a living area with a solid wood desk.

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Housed in the top 17 floors of the 37-story Park Tower, the Park Hyatt overlooks the Menteng district, which was designed in the early 20th century as a garden city and is now known for its quiet, tree-lined streets. The hotel’s interior design, conceived by Conran & Partners around natural materials and traditional craftsmanship, reflects this environment to transport guests from the urban bustle to an oasis of calm. This is complemented by a spa and fitness center on the 34th and 35th floors for relaxing moments that can be extended at the bar with outdoor terrace or dining at the Dining Room, around a menu that is both Italian and Indonesian. In addition, the host’s dining offer will be completed in the coming months with a Japanese gourmet restaurant, Kita, which will serve a range of specialties from tempura to sushi and sashimi to teppanyaki and will be matched with a rooftop bar.

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But the Park Hyatt Jakarta, because of its location in the heart of the financial district of the Indonesian capital, is above all a large business hotel with 10 function rooms that can accommodate up to 750 people, including a duplex ballroom, all with an open kitchen. Spread over four floors, this MICE space is also complemented on the 36th floor by the Observatory, an event space with open-air terraces and panoramic views of Jakarta.

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While business travelers will already be able to enjoy the luxury of this hotel, they will have to wait until 2026 to enjoy the facilities of a new airport hotel, the Mövenpick Jakarta International Airport. A 310-room and suite hotel

s, which will be located a few kilometers from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, in the city of Tangerang. This vast urban center is also home to the Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), the country’s largest convention center, explaining the business dimension of the future establishment, which will also have 10 meeting rooms and a business center. Future Mövenpick Jakarta International Airport