Jakarta’s leading design hotel launches new exclusive Executive Lounge

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    Alila Jakarta, one of Indonesia’s most innovative hotels for business travellers, has launched a new Executive Lounge, providing a chic, chill out zone for visitors staying in the Executive rooms, as well as Club and Alila Suites. In keeping with the contemporary, minimalist style of the design hotel, the new 7th floor lounge is a cool and relaxing retreat with modern interiors, ambient music and sweeping views over the city skyline.

    Open from 6.30-10.30am, guests can enjoy an all-day grazing menu featuring Asian and Indonesian delicacies such as Sushi, Dim-Sum and Nasi Goreng, as well as sweet and savoury western dishes ranging from salads and cold cuts to pastries and fruit platters. An a la carte breakfast service is also available until 10.30am, featuring classic breakfast favourites such as Eggs Benedict as well as local specialities.

    A free-flow of tea, coffee, juices and non-alcoholic beverages, including signature mocktails, are served throughout the day together with evening cocktails and canapés between 6-8pm. Complimentary Wi-Fi, newspapers and magazines and Satellite TV are also available, with a dedicated concierge on hand to assist with check-in andattend to guest’s needs.

    The launch of the Executive Lounge follows last year’s opening of Alila Jakarta’s five exclusive Club suites, some of the most spacious in the city, and the recent upgrading of the hotel’s rooftop infinity pool.

    A business centre and 10 meeting rooms with capacity for up to 500 people are also available for business travellers. And for those looking to relax, the hotel’s Spa Alila is renowned in Jakarta for its natural, healing spa treatments, conceived and made on Bali.

    Alila Jakarta is located in Central Jakarta, minutes away from the Central Business District, old Batavia and Kota areas and the central train station; only five kilometres from the largest exhibition and convention centre in Indonesia (JIEXPO) and 20 kilometres from the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

    Daniel Fountain / 13.04.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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