Info : Dharmawangsa
An elegant and sophisticated hotel, based in the central Kebayoran Baru district of Jakarta, The Dharmawangsa provides a charming oasis of luxury just minutes from the busy Central Business District.
The hotel offers a wide range of rooms and suites, all boasting a tasteful blend of traditional and modern Indonesian design. Seven different types of suites are available, from the two-story Townhouse Suites, some with direct access to the outdoor pool, to the vast Presidential Suite which spans the entire top floor of The Dharmawangsa and includes its own private plunge pool. A Mercedes limousine service is available for all hotel guests upon request, as is a personal butler service.
The Darmawangsa has two pools, one outdoor and one indoor, as well as a comprehensive Fitness Centre overlooking the manicured gardens. A jacuzzi, indoor squash courts, outdoor tennis courts and a library room are among the other facilities within the hotel. The outdoor pool is surrounded by areas to relax in the shade or sun, as well as a Pool Bar which serves refreshments throughout the day.
With four restaurants The Darmawangsa’s spread is extensive, from classic French fine dining to modern Japanese cuisine. For guests with a sweet tooth The Cake Shop offers a selection of home baked confectionery, whilst the Caviar Lounge specialises in their famous chocolate martinis.
Luxury - Luxury hotels would have a superb level of service, very comfortable and usually spacious bedrooms, excellent food, great design and character. For us, when we visited, these places all had the 'wow factor'. A luxury hotel should satisfy the criteria of the most discerning clients.
- Butler Service
- Gym / Fitness Centre
- Multiple Swimming Pools
- Squash Court
- Tennis Courts
- Wireless Internet
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The stand out experiences all involved some locals: the walk in the Bali rice fields with a guide, the trip to the Borobudur eco-village and ride in a horse cart which also charmingly had us playing the Gamelan with local kids.