Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta

Jul 21, 2009

The rooftop pool of the Kempinski Jakarta, complete with surrounding botanical garden, may be one of the best reprieves from the city’s busy streets. An impressive spa and fitness center with floor-to-ceiling windows offer other diversions, while the 289 rooms and suites are loaded with the latest amenities. The hotel’s signature restaurant has a selection of international and pan-Asian cuisines, while Paulaner Bräuhaus features traditional Bavarian cuisine.

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