Opulence gets another meaning with the arrival of The Westin in Jakarta. Opening its doors last month, The Westin Jakarta aims to bring the highest level of excellence service, aptly complemented by the fact that it occupies levels 50 to 69 of Gama Tower, also currently known as the tallest building in the Capital.
With uninterrupted views of the bustling megapolitan from the quarters of Mega Kuningan Central Business District, The Westin Jakarta makes an obvious choice for busy professionals, though its fine reputation has also quickly attracted holidaymakers fancying an inner city getaway.
Whichever crowd one belongs to, expect to be fascinated right from the start—gorgeous contemporary interior that blends modern design with traditional Indonesian ikat patterns. California-based hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates/HBA did a fantastic job gracing the hotel interior with a combination of natural, organic forms and textures translated into floral patterns, which stand out beautifully alongside the numerous artworks spread throughout the property.
As always in its every hotel, The Westin tries its best to provide guests with maximum comfort during their stay. Here in Jakarta too, guests are treated to the world-renowned Heavenly® Bed and the Heavenly® Bath.
Business travelers can look forward to recharging after a long day at the Hotel’s Heavenly Spa and fitness centre, which offers WestinWORKOUT® Gear Lending Program that provides athletic shoes and fresh socks and apparel.
Spectacular dining experience is ever in order, beginning with a delicious breakfast spread at Seasonal Tastes, its all-day dining restaurant that hosts festive buffets as well as a la carte options, featuring local and international cuisines with seven live cooking stations. Patrons can also enjoy afternoon tea or coffee at Daily Treats, where delectable pastries and tasty guilt-free wraps await. Perched on the top three floors of the building is Henshin Restaurant, which officially brings to Jakarta the latest gastronomic sensation also known as Japanese-Peruvian cuisine. Opening in the next few months, it also possesses the highest banquet area in Indonesia with a breathtaking 360-degree view of the nation’s capital and a capacity of 200 guests.
Catering to business and social functions, The Westin Jakarta boasts spacious rooms that total 3,000 square meters, including the Java Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 1,500 guests. Just like the Henshin Restaurant, it also possesses the highest banquet area in Indonesia with a breathtaking 360-degree view of the nation’s capital and a capacity of 200 guests.
With all that it has to offer, The Westin Jakarta is off to a promising start, perhaps even venturing into a new level in the city’s luxury hospitality scene.