Keraton at The Plaza Debuts in Jakarta

 

Grand Deluxe, Keraton at The Plaza

Keraton at The Plaza, a Luxury Collection Hotel, has made its debut as the brand's first hotel in Jakarta, capitol of Indonesia. The resort is located at the esteemed Jalan Thamrin, featuring 140 guest rooms and suites. Each room features floor-to-ceiling windows, state-of-the-art technology, and Indonesian-inspired decor with splashes of color, rich woods, and intricate Batik floral patterns. Guests will discover unique Javanese artwork throughout the hotel, as well as a dedicated gallery featuring local artists. 

Keraton at The Plaza offers a rich culinary experience with Bengawan, a five-star Indonesian restaurant featuring local flavors and indigenous ingredients. Guests can dine indoors or outdoors, enjoying views of Jakarta from the seventh floor.

Guests can also head to the Keraton Lounge for traditional High Tea each afternoon or for classic and locally-inspired cocktails during the evening.

Sight-seeing destinations are walking distance from the hotel, including the city landmark statue Selamat Datang and the world's last wind-powered trading schooners at the 17th century port Sunda Kelapa, Pasar Baru. On the weekends, guests can also visit the Presidential Palace, or take in the views from the observation deck at Monas in the centre of Freedom Square. For entertainment, the Jakarta Arts Theater offers up indigenous, international, and traditional art performances.

Keraton at the Plaza is the first of four new Luxury Collection Hotels opening in Asia, including The Royal Begonia in Sanya, China, Twelve at Hengshan in Shanghai, China and ITC Grand Chola in Chennai, India.

For more information, visit http://www.starwoodhotels.com/luxury/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=3635

 

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