Hilton has announced the debut of its Hilton Garden Inn brand in Jakarta, Indonesia. The hotel is owned by the Agung Sedayu Group company and managed by Hilton.

Located in the heart of West Jakarta’s central business district, Hilton Garden Inn Jakarta Taman Palem is a short 20-minute drive from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. The hotel is also a 10-minute drive to the residential area of Pantai Indah Kapuk, which is locally known for its vibrant nightlife.

This is Hilton’s seventh hotel in Indonesia and features 168 guestrooms and suites, equipped with a 43-inch high-definition television, mini-fridge, convenient USB charging ports, a dedicated work desk, a walk-in shower, and bath amenities from Crabtree and Evelyn. The King Family Suites are ideal for travellers with young families who would enjoy a separate bedroom fitted with a vibrant bed frame and play furniture.

The F&B offerings include The Garden Grille, an all-day-dining restaurant serving authentic à la carte local and international specialties; and The Shop, a 24-hour convenience store offering a variety of snacks and beverages.

With a spacious foyer and eight multi-purpose function rooms, Hilton Garden Inn Jakarta Taman Palem is well-equipped to host formal business meetings, social events, and weddings of up to 700 attendees.

Paul Hutton, vice president, operations, South Earth Asia, Hilton said:

“I am thrilled to welcome Hilton Garden Inn Jakarta Taman Palem to our growing Indonesia portfolio as the second hotel to open in the country this year on the back of the launch of our first hotel in Surabaya. These openings demonstrate the positive growth potential we continue to see in the market and our commitment to bringing our world-renowned brands to key destinations while making a positive impact on the communities we operate in.”

“When travel returns in the longer term, I am confident Hilton Garden Inn Jakarta Taman Palem will offer both domestic and international travellers to Jakarta a fresh, welcoming experience that will elevate the levels of hospitality in the city,” added Hutton.