The new Regent Jakarta hotel, set to open in 2018, will be a part of Mangkuluhur City – a mixed-use development comprising the hotel, serviced residences, and offices.

Regent Jakarta will feature 54 rooms and 72 suites, offering multifunctional meeting rooms, a grand ballroom, resort-like spa, fitness centre, swimming pool, and three international dining options.

It will have a contemporary design, infused with local elements and styles.

Meanwhile, Regent Residences Jakarta will offer 87 three- to four-bedroom serviced residential units, plus a luxury penthouse that spans a full floor and comes with a private pool.

The return of the Regent brand to the Indonesian capital comes after a ten-year hiatus.

“Jakarta is not just a part of our business development plan; this city is of tremendous sentimental value to Regent. [We] started in Asia and once had a property in Jakarta. Therefore we are especially honored and excited to bring the next generation of Regent back to this city,” says Steven Pan, chairman of Regent Hotels and Resorts.

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Joyce Lau