A Jakarta summer

Presidential Suite, Langham Jakarta

The Langham Jakarta, the new luxury hotel and lifestyle destination, is scheduled to open in July 2021. It is located within the prestigious complex of District 8 at SCBD (Sudirman Central Business District) with direct access to the capital’s financial district, finest shopping malls, entertainment and recreation facilities. Designed by the Singapore based Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, a globally recognized architectural firm, the hotel embodies classical British designs with white paneling backdrop, subtle uses of metal and mirror which adds a touch of opulence and richness. One of the design highlights is the dramatic chandelier, complementing the iconic swirl stairs at the sky lobby on Level 62 which overlooks the skyline of the city. The hotel has 223 guestrooms and suites; and the crowning jewel, the Presidential Suite has 336 square meters of exquisite space and an outdoor terrace.

The Langham, Jakarta also features five exceptional restaurants and bars with celebrity chef partnerships. Tom’s by Tom Aikens, UK Michelin Star Chef, Morimoto Jakarta by the highly acclaimed Iron Chef, Masaharu Morimoto from New York, T’ang Court (from the renowned Three Michelin Starred Cantonese restaurant of The Langham, Hong Kong), Alice, an all-day dining restaurant features the signature Langham Afternoon Tea and Artesian Rooftop Bar (from Artesian London who has numerous accolades including Top Best50 Bars for 5 consecutive years).

The Langham Club lounge on the hotel’s 59th floor will be a private and luxurious haven for guests who prefer a discerning level of comfort with panoramic views of Jakarta City. There is a writer’s corner, a reading library and private arrival and departure facilitates with dedicated butlers for personalised service.

The Langham Ballroom- an elegant and pillarless space with stunning lighting is perfect for celebratory and business events, for up to 600 guests. There are nine function rooms including two stylish boardrooms which are available for smaller events.