Park Hyatt Jakarta will be the latest luxury unit to open for the US hotel group by the end of the year. It will feature 221 rooms as well as dining and entertainment options. The property will be the first Park Hyatt to open in Indonesia.
Located in the heart of Jakarta at MNC Media Tower in Kebon Sirih- an area a few minutes away from the National Monument and Gambir Station- the project for the first Park Hyatt property in Indonesia was announced back to 2017.
Originally expected to open in the first half of 2018, the property will finally open its doors by December but bookings are already possible for guests.
Park Hyatt Jakarta will be a refined, sophisticated space for local and international guests to experience the symbiosis between Indonesia’s natural wonders and Jakarta’s modern, urban lifestyle. When presenting the project two years ago, David Udell, Group President – ASPAC, Hyatt, said: “We are thrilled to have the chance to work with MNC Land, one of the largest property developers in Indonesia. Park Hyatt Jakarta will capture the multi-layered diversity of Indonesia. By combining the traditions of Jakarta with modern design elements, we hope to make the hotel a special place for both our discerning global travellers and those local to Jakarta.”
The property will be located on the top of MNC Media Tower between the 20th and 37th floors of the building with panoramic views of the city. Park Hyatt Jakarta will serve guests with highly personalized, intuitive and fully engaged service; renowned art and design; a profound reverence for culture; and exceptional food and wine in its five food and beverage outlets. Through contemporary art, architectural and styling elements in the interior spaces, Park Hyatt Jakarta will provide a fresh perspective of modern day Indonesia.
With exciting event venues throughout the hotel, Park Hyatt Jakarta will be a haven for intimate and stylish events in the city and have the capability to host personalized events from weddings, corporate functions, to sophisticated social gatherings.
The Park Hyatt Jakarta will be the only Southeast Asian addition of the brand. In Indonesia, Hyatt is due to open the Andaz Bali in 2020.