Four Seasons Set to Reopen in Jakarta

  • The hotel's sleek bathroom design.

    The hotel's sleek bathroom design.

  • The new Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta houses a total of 125 suites.

    The new Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta houses a total of 125 suites.

  • The lobby at Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta.

    The lobby at Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta.

  • The property's interior design is the brainchild of New York–based Champalimaud Studio.

    The property's interior design is the brainchild of New York–based Champalimaud Studio.

  • Nautilus Bar, one of the four dining and lounge venues at the hotel.

    Nautilus Bar, one of the four dining and lounge venues at the hotel.

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After closing operations at its Jakarta property in 2014, Four Seasons Hotel is now set to return to the capital with a fresh new look and an upgraded set of offerings. Not only has it picked a new location in the city, the return will also see the hotel fitted with an all-suites concept—125 of them to be exact—designed by New York-based Champalimaud Studio. It will feature a state-of-the-art sanctuary spa and fitness center, event spaces, and four dining venues, while also offering guests convenient access to the city’s business district and entertainment hubs from its central location.

“Building on our legacy of service excellence, Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta will establish a new standard for luxury hospitality in the city with a beautiful new hotel,” says general manager Christian Poda. “We look forward to welcoming our local clientele back to Four Seasons, and to introducing this exciting city to a new generation of international travelers.”

While the hotel will officially open its doors on June 20, guests are now welcome to make their reservations, with the hotel offering a special opening rate and a daily hotel credit of US$75 through July 31.

For more information, please visit Four Seasons

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