NewsThe Opening of Somerset Sudirman Jakarta

The Opening of Somerset Sudirman Jakarta

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On 8 December 2021, The Ascott Limited (Ascott) has opened Somerset Sudirman Jakarta, the international-class serviced residence strategically located in prime location, close vicinity to plethora dining options, Mintohardjo Navy Hospital and a 10-minute drive to the well-known shopping malls as well as a 15-minute drive to the Sudirman Central Business District.

Somerset Sudirman Jakarta offers 177 units ranging from hotel rooms to studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, ideal for traveling executives and families. Each studio or apartment features a fully equipped kitchen, a balcony, en-suite bathroom, living area, flat-screen TV, and complimentary unlimited Wi-Fi. Selected apartments can also be converted into a private workspace, offering a conducive environment for guests. The property features facilities such as a fitness corner, swimming pool, children’s playground, residents’ lounge, jacuzzi, sauna, barbeque area, jogging track, meeting rooms and launderette.

Wong Kar Ling, Ascott’s Managing Director for Southeast Asia, said: “Ascott continues to see strong demand from property owners and customers in Indonesia, our second largest market after China.With the opening of Somerset Sudirman Jakarta, we have also opened more than 1,700 units in nine properties in Indonesia this year. We aim to open
more than 30 properties over the next two years.”

Philip Lim, Ascott’s Country General Manager for Indonesia, said: “At Somerset Sudirman Jakarta, there are apartments that support flexible work arrangements. Facilities such as the barbeque pits allow guests to spend quality time with their families and friends. We also cater to the young ones with various child-friendly facilities such as an outdoor children’s playground. As travel gradually recovers, visitors to the dynamic city of Jakarta can look forward to a home-away-from-home experience and world-class services in our well-located serviced residence.”