ALL-NEW FOUR SEASONS HOTEL JAKARTA NOW OPEN AT CAPITAL PLACE

  • Exclusive, all-suites hotel in prestigious Capital Place, with easy access to Jakarta’s business and commercial areas

  • An array of all-new food and beverage concepts

  • Luxurious spa complex with resort-style outdoor pool

  • State-of-the-art meeting and event spaces

  • Signature Four Seasons service with warm Indonesian hospitality

While today’s travelers are more likely to arrive in Jakarta by commercial aircraft or private jet, the city has long welcomed the world as one of history’s most storied marine ports.  Now, the start of a new era in Indonesian hospitality begins with the much-anticipated opening of the all-new Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta.

Welcome to the Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta

Welcome to the Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta

The opening of Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta begins the latest chapter in the company’s story in Indonesia.  Starting with its first Balinese resort on the shores of Jimbaran Bay in 1993, Four Seasons opened the original Jakarta location two years later.  A second resort in Bali in the Ayung River Valley followed in 1998 and soon the pair became a mainstay on the lists of the world’s best resorts.  Today, Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta continues the tradition of hospitality first established in the city more than 20 years ago, welcoming back both international travelers and local clientele with an all-new hotel in a new location on Jalan Gatot Subroto.

Jakarta is a very big, very busy city that simply never stops – and Four Seasons feeds on that energy, optimism and uniquely Indonesian friendliness and flair,” says General Manager Christian Poda, who leads of team of 250 carefully selected local and international staff. “We’ve created this beautiful new Hotel with every possible luxury, and now we are thrilled to finally welcome our first guests and really bring it to life.

Lobby, Grand Staircase and Entrance to The Palm Court

Lobby, Grand Staircase and Entrance to The Palm Court

Ideally situated on Jalan Gatot Subroto within the city’s Central Business District, the all-new Capital Place, an award-winning architectural landmark by César Pelli, is home to leading businesses, and now, the stunning new Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta.  With its excellent dining options, sumptuously appointed spa and handsome event spaces, it promises to be the preferred address of the city’s elite, as well as business and leisure travelers from around the world.

Grand Staircase

Grand Staircase

Internationally-renowned interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud was inspired by Jakarta’s long-established position on the global stage, and by its commercial trading history and the influence of many cultures on its character, in particular Indonesia’s Dutch colonial period.  From the moment one enters the soaring lobby with its grand staircase lit by a magnificent crystal chandelier, a classical European aesthetic is reflected in the color palettes, materials and finishes, fine furnishings and sophisticated lighting.

With its complete commitment to showcasing the art of Indonesia, Four Seasons presents throughout its public and private spaces a carefully-curated collection of works by contemporary and historic artists.  The city itself is the theme connecting the diverse collection, creatively depicting and interpreting its landmarks, history and culture.

Although strategically placed amid the city’s financial and business hubs, Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta has an element of urban resort style as brought to life by the landscape design of Bill Bensley.  Known for his expertise in creating lush outdoor spaces with exotic flora, water features and resort-like terraces and open-air rooms, Bensley’s signature style is particularly well known to travelers who have visited Four Seasons resorts in Thailand.

Guest Suite

Guest Suite

Guest Suite (Living Room)

Guest Suite (Living Room)

One’s Own Pied-à-Terre in Jakarta: Intimately scaled with just 125 accommodations, the all-suites Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta feels as much a luxurious residence as a modern hotel.  With sliding pocket doors separating sleeping areas from living areas, guests are free to settle in and make each suite their own – whether setting up a workspace and hosting impromptu meetings with colleagues, booking an adjacent suite so the whole family can enjoy a weekend in the city, or closing the doors on a long day of sightseeing, shopping or working and simply falling into quiet slumber. Continue reading