One of Jakarta’s hospitality landmarks, Mandarin Oriental Jakarta reopened on October 8, 2009 after a 20-month renovation. At the ribbon-cutting ceremony, the country’s trade minister and guest of honour, Mari Elka Pangestu recalled the many happy occasions she enjoyed at the hotel.
Mandarin Oriental Jakarta, which made its debut in 1978 along the centrally located Jalan M H Thamrin, has reduced its room inventory to 272 guestrooms, including 56 oversized stylish Mandarin Rooms and six suites, conceptualised by the Singaporean firm of Lim Teo and Wilkes (LTW). Interiors combine the Group’s oriental roots with Indonesian cultural nuances. Other facilities include four restaurants and one bar as well as the popular Mandarin Oriental Cake Shop and over 1,000sqm of meeting and banqueting space for 14 to 600 guests, all with natural daylight.
To mark the hotel’s return, guests booking a two-night stay until December 28, 2009, will receive a US$50 credit which can be redeemed at any of the F&B outlets. The offer cannot be combined with any other promotion and is applicable to Delight and Seasonal Choice rates only and limited to one voucher per stay.
THE LOBBY has been opened up creating a greater sense of arrival
Mandarin Room consists of master bedroom and living room, bathroom with separate tub and shower with toiletries by Aqua di Parma, in-room entertainment system including 42” flat-screen TV, DVD/CD player, surround sound stereo and iPod docking station among others
Xin Hwa Chinese restaurant specialising in Cantonese and Sichuan cuisines
Cinnamon all-day dining offering two and three-course lunches served in 30 minutes
MO Bar, overlooking the major thoroughfare of Jalan Thamrin, features regular and guest DJs as well as staff skilled in mixing cool cocktails
The pool is one the hotel’s many leisure options besides the state-of-the-art gym
For more details, visit www.mandarinoriental.com/jakarta
Margie T Logarta