Jakarta Indonesia Intercontinental Hotel
The InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is pleased to announce the launch of a new hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Intercontinental Residences Jakarta Pondok Indah are announced by the owner and operator of the hotel, Indonesia's leading and most modern hospitality company, Intercontinental, Inc. ("InterContinents"). The Hotels & Resorts brand inIndonesia offers elegantly furnished rooms and suites, decorated in soothing tones and timeless artworks.
Each room and suite offers unique views of the south Jakarta district known as Pondok Indah and its historical and cultural heritage, as well as the city centre.
The hotel is connected to provide residents with a remarkable selection of luxurious on-site facilities and enjoy all the hotel facilities, while maintaining a sense of privacy in the private lobby and residence lounge. Guests have access to all the amenities of a luxury hotel, including a private pool, a spa and fitness centre, and will be kept informed of the latest news, events and information on the city's main events.
On the 26th floor, overlooking the skyline of Jakarta's business district, you can sample some of the city's best restaurants and bars, as well as the best hotels and restaurants in the world. It is very good to be in Jakarta, which is only a few minutes drive from the city centre, Jakarta International Airport, or a short drive from Jakarta Airport.
Clay allows you to enjoy your trip without worrying about the cost. Hotels like the ones above in Jakarta make every trip to this amazing city even more memorable. There is also a good chance that you will get a taste of real Indonesian culture at an affordable price.
Guests will also appreciate the recently completed Outer Ring Road of Jakarta, located just a few blocks from the hotel and providing quick access to the city's core area. The accommodation maintains a sense of privacy and residents have great views of the Jakarta skyline from their hotel room.
The InterContinental Jakarta West will also provide catering for meetings and events for guests who need access to business facilities on the move. Enjoy the adjacent Day Club, where you can socialise and make use of the club's many facilities. For the little ones, there are children's facilities such as a playground, playground and playground.
If you are interested in a room at the InterContinental Jakarta West or one of the other hotels in the area, you can start making reservations now. For more information, please contact us for more details about the hotel or for a full list of hotels in Jakarta.
The InterContinental Jakarta West is one of the fastest growing districts in Jakarta, with a population of more than 1.5 million people, and is one of the 29 properties to open in Indonesia in the next three to five years. This is the ideal location for the opening of the second intercontinent Jakarta and we are very excited to develop it as we believe it has a great attraction for people travelling to West Jakarta. Four Intercontinental hotels and resorts are planned, including a new hotel and resort in Bali, a hotel in Sumatra and two hotels in Surabaya, Indonesia's second largest city.
If you are planning just one night in Jakarta on your way to Bali, consider a hotel closer to the airport, such as the Sheraton. Rooms at JW Marriott Jakarta are not the same as the two Ritz-Carlton hotels above them (though admittedly smaller), but they have floor-to-ceiling windows and beautiful views. If you have the chance to move around Jakarta and understand its essence, visit the InterContinental Jakarta West, the most luxurious residence in the city that you and your family can enjoy. You can also call the team on the Intercontinental website for more information on how to get there by plane.
Designed by award-winning Hirsch Bedner & Associates Singapore, this fully furnished luxury apartment is located in the heart of the city and features views of the South Jakarta skyline. It features its own private pool, spa and fitness centre.
Borobudur InterContinental is named after the famous 9th century Buddhist monument in Central Java. The hotel is named after the iconic building and its sparkling crystals, a symbol of peace and prosperity in Indonesia.
The hotel, designed by President Sukarno in 1960, was to be the second standard international hotel in the newly independent country (the first was the Hotel Indonesia). It is the largest hotel in Jakarta and has been designed for more than 1,000 guests and a large number of staff. The hotel itself is strategically located in a high-end business complex that connects the famous Pondok Indah Mall, one of the largest shopping centers in the world.