This elegant, luxurious five-star boutique hotel in Jakarta is located in Kebayoran Baru, an exclusive residential area in Jakarta. Consisting of 64 rooms and 36 suites, each guest room and suite opens onto a large private balcony. All rooms and suites are adorned with fabrics and art pieces, and feature dual-line telephones, data port, high speed internet access, briefcase-sized safes, fax machines and multimedia entertainment centers. The hotel is home to three restaurants: Jakarta, which serves Indonesian, Asian, and Western fare in a casual setting; Sriwijaya, inspired by the eponymous, eighth-century Indonesian kingdom, which offers French cuisine; and Sekitei, reputedly Jakarta’s top Japanese restaurant. The hotel also offers indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness center, and tennis and squash courts. The Dharmawangsa is approximately thirty-three minutes from Jakarta's international airport.
Location: Located in the heart of Jakarta's esteemed residential district, Kebayoran Baru, this is an ideal spot in a sophisticated area, distanced from the hustle and bustle, and thus giving off a real sense of tranquility.
History: Kebayoran Baru was originally designed as a garden city; construction of the area began in 1948, and is now a part of Jakarta’s cultural heritage.
Service: Guests will feel like pampered VIPs throughout their entire stay at the Dharmawangsa, especially with the 24-hour butler service available for every guest.
Eight variations of room types are available at the Dharmawangsa including the illustrious Presidential Suite with its own private plunge pool, and two private terraces. All rooms are designed with a chic contemporary look with sophisticated and free flowing color schemes that give off a subtle-yet-refined sense, and come with 24-hour butler service.
The hotel’s luxurious Dharmawangsa Suite offers 351-square-feet of space, featuring a separate, spacious, and comfortable living room, dining table, and guest bedroom. The interiors are decorated with the rich colors and textures of Indonesia, with special modern touches including a marble bathroom with separate bathtub, an executive desk, three telephones, a TV, and an in-room bar.
The hotel’s spacious Executive Room offers 216-square-feet of space, featuring lovely views of the hotel’s well-manicured garden, fountains, and terraces of the Nusantara Ballroom. The interiors are decorated with the rich colors and textures of Indonesia, with special modern touches including a marble bathroom with separate bathtub, an executive desk, three telephones, a TV, and an in-room bar.
The hotel’s spacious Senior Executive Room offers 216-square-feet of space, featuring lovely views of the hotel’s well-manicured garden, as well as the hotel’s well-appointed pool. The interiors are decorated with the rich colors and textures of Indonesia, with special modern touches including a marble bathroom with separate bathtub, an executive desk, three telephones, a TV, and an in-room bar.
Two impressively-sized swimming pools, an elaborate fitness center, tennis and squash courts await guests arriving at the Dharmawangsa. An ultra-luxe spa with several different wellness treatments for the body and soul is also available for guests’ ultimate pleasure.
The hotel’s fitness center, part of the Bimasena Club, is equipped with a variety of high-tech equipment, and overlooks the hotel’s well-manicured gardens. Lockers are available for guests’ use, alongside a jacuzzi and large community hot tubs, as well as sauna and steam rooms. Squash and tennis courts are also provided.
The Dharmawangsa has extensive meeting and event facilities for guests organizing group-oriented events, from business to pleasure. A professional event-planning team is on hand to assist with whatever needs guests may require.
The Dharmawangsa features two elaborate pools - one outdoor and one indoor. The outdoor pool features a poolside bar, and is open until 7pm. There is also an indoor pool for guests to enjoy in the exclusive Bimasena Club.
The hotel’s spa is housed in the Dharmawangsa’s exclusive Bimasena Private Club, which features three private suites, as well as saunas, hot tubs, steam rooms, and massage beds. The spa’s specialty is aromatherapy, using a variety of relaxing and revitalizing fragrances to refresh the body and soul. There is also a hairdressing salon, as well as a reflexology and hydrotherapy section on site.
With two fine dining restaurants, a contemporary dining restaurant, a chic and stylish bar/lounge and an elaborate bakery, guests of the Dharmawangsa are in for a tempting array of cuisines and culinary delights. From traditional Indonesian cuisine to the finishest Japanese dishes in town, guests will enjoy this tempting culinary journey.
The hotel’s cake shop serves up the freshest, most delectable cakes and pastries imaginable. Their specialty is a thousand layer cake, made up of soft, buttery puff pastry with light cream and fresh raspberry.
This casual all-day dining restaurant combines the old with the new - with flashes of old Jakarta set amidst a contemporary, trendy atmosphere. The dishes here are traditional Indonesian, Asian, and Western.
The hotel’s four elegant lounges are vibrant and full of character, from The Tea Lounge, to The Caviar Lounge, the The Bar, and finally The Library - all with their own unique qualities and atmosphere. They serve high tea and an extensive list of beverages, as well as light snacks until midnight.
Sekiei is known as Jakarta’s favorite Japanese restaurant, serving up kaiseki cuisine in a fine dining atmosphere. The restaurant also serves up Teppanyaki and Tempura dishes, as well as fresh sushi and sashimi.
This fine dining restaurant has pulled out all the stops to emulate the ancient the ancient Kingdom of Sriwijaya, serving up fine French cuisine in a romantic atmosphere. The restaurant also features a private dining room for up to eight people.
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