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The First Langham Hotel in South East Asia, The Langham, Jakarta officially opens its doors!

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The Langham, Jakarta the stylish and contemporary 65-storey hotel officially opens its doors as the new leading ultra-luxury hotel and lifestyle destination. Nestled within the new prestigious complex of District 8 at SCBD in close proximity to the city’s most important financial, cultural and entertainment center.

Partnering with Indonesia’s premier developer Agung Sedayu Group, the opening of this beautiful hotel in Jakarta is the culmination of many years of hard work and dedication to delivering the very best product, facilities and service in this international gateway city. The hotel is designed by Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart (SRSS) and embodies classical design elements, which effortlessly fusing glamour with urban sophistication.

Upon entering the arrival lobby on the ground floor, guests will be mesmerized and welcomed by the magnificent chandelier depicting 3,000 fluttering crystal butterflies, some of which are suspended by intricate wire work. Titled “Haven” by Lasvit, the renowned designers of dazzling bespoke light installations from the Czech Republic, the chandelier takes its inspiration from the Indonesian rainforests where butterflies fly freely. The elaborate construct of Haven is evident in the beautiful champagne-coloured lattice that is reminiscent of a Monarch butterfly’s wings. Guests will be then escorted to the 62nd floor Sky Lobby, where a 10-meter high chandelier also by Lasvit greets the attention and admiration.

The Langham features 223 guest rooms ranging from Deluxe to Suites including the elegantly appointed 336-square meter Presidential Suite, with majestic floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular views of the city, state of the art in-room entertainment complemented by smart technology, opulent marble bathrooms featuring rain showers and freestanding soaking bathtubs.

The hotel features exceptional celebrity restaurant partnerships that include Tom’s by Tom Aikens, the culinary maestro who has guided his restaurants to accolades by the Michelin Guide. T’ang Court, inspired by its Three Michelin starred Cantonese restaurant namesake at The Langham, Hong Kong, will make its debut in Southeast Asia and world-renowned Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto from New York City will satiate gourmands with haute Japanese cuisine at Morimoto.

The Langham, London was the first hotel that served afternoon tea in 1865 the same year as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the timeless novel. In Jakarta, The Langham’s afternoon tea legacy continues at Alice where guests may bask in the beautiful environs at the grand dining emporium. And for those familiar with the Artesian at The Langham, London will be delighted to know that its latest outpost will be at the dazzling rooftop of The Langham, Jakarta.

Chuan Spa will provide treatments inspired by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) philosophies in a serene, meditative setting. The 670 square metre (7,211 square foot) spa will offer private treatment rooms as well as a fully-equipped fitness centre and Jakarta’s highest indoor infinity pool with spectacular views of the city.

For social events, weddings, high-level conferences and luxury product launches, The Langham, Jakarta showcases more than 2,100 square meters of flexible space, including a magnificent 688 square meter ballroom and a beautiful outdoor garden, there are an additional 11 meeting rooms that may be configured for events requiring different capacities and settings.

The Langham, Jakarta is celebrating its opening with a special offer. For more information and reservation, visit langhamhotels.com/en/the-langham/jakarta/

Sri Utami
Sri Utami
A writer who loves to explore interesting places, food, people and culture. When she is not writing, she spends her time with sightseeing, reading books and watching movies. Former hotelier and marketing enthusiast who’s keen to socialize and to learn new things.