Starwood has opened its first Four Points property in the Indonesian capital Jakarta.

Four Points Jakarta, Thamrin forms part of a mixed-use development located around half a mile from the city’s Selamat Datang roundabout, and features 164 rooms with 43-inch LED TVs and free wifi, an all-day dining venue, three meeting rooms, and a 24-hour fitness centre.

The hotel is the sixth Four Points property in Indonesia – Starwood currently has 19 properties across the country, with a further 15 under construction.

The group recently signed its third Aloft property in Jakarta, and is set to debut its St Regis brand in the city in 2019.

The Westin Jakarta is also set to open towards the end of this month.