Raffles Jakarta to Open in March

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Raffles Jakarta

After making a splash in Istanbul, Raffles is gearing up for another exciting hotel debut … this time in Jakarta, Indonesia. Currently taking reservations starting March 1. Raffles Jakarta will be located in the new Ciputra World Jakarta development in the central business district. (It’s linked to the Ciputra Artpreneur Centre, which is a new destination for the arts.)

The luxury hotel will be dedicated to art and culture, much like its sister hotel Le Royal Monceau in Paris, with an Art Concierge on staff. The Raffles Jakarta will showcase works of acclaimed Indonesian artist Hendra Gunawan, and the hotel’s design is said to be inspired by Gunawan’s vibrant color palette.

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Raffles Jakarta

Raffles Jakarta will have 173 guest rooms and suites, billed as some of the biggest in the city. There will be a Raffles Spa, a pool, expansive meeting and event space, plus five food and beverage outlets, including The Writer’s Bar. Raffles Jakarta is currently running a special opening offer with 25 percent off rooms and suites with additional benefits.

Also on the horizon for Raffles: Warsaw’s iconic Hotel Europejski will be given a new lease of life when it opens as a Raffles hotel in 2016.

For more information, visit www.raffles.com

Raffles Jakarta

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