Offering no less than utmost opulence, sophisticated facilities, and bespoke service, The Langham, Jakarta is here to impress and deliver the best.
On 9 September 2021, Jakarta’s luxury hospitality scene welcomed the much anticipated The Langham, Jakarta – the first Langham property in Southeast Asia. Even before its opening date, the hotel had created quite the buzz. Fortunately, the hotel’s excellence matches – if not exceeds – the premise. With a strategic location within the distinguished District 8 complex at Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD) in Jakarta, the hotel offers convenience in terms of the proximity to the capital city’s financial, cultural and entertainment hubs.
Designed by Smallwood Reynolds Stewart Stewart design firm in Singapore, The Langham, Jakarta aims to grab your attention at first glance, and keep you mesmerised with the majestic property. Expect some oohs and aahs upon arrival, as you take in the glorious crystal installation in the lobby. Inspired by Indonesian rainforests and created by famed designer Lasvit, the crystal installation is titled Haven, comprising 3,000 fluttering crystal butterflies suspended by elaborate wirework.
As you roam further, you will find how every corner at The Langham, Jakarta is laden with opulence and class. Head to the Sky Lobby on the 62nd floor and marvel at the 10-metre-high chandelier by the same artist. In terms of homage to curated arts, this is just the beginning, as you will find more fine works from Indonesian artists, including John Martono, Hanafi, Jumaldi Alfi, Jay Subiakto and Chaerul Umam.
With spacious accommodation and utmost exclusivity, The Langham, Jakarta provides a private haven amidst the cacophonous city. Choose from the hotel’s 223 lavishly appointed guest rooms and suites, boasting amazing views of the city from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Each room comes with state-of-the-art in-room entertainment supported by smart technology, as well as other world-class amenities.
For an unrivalled experience, opt for the Presidential Suite, sprawling at 336sqm, including an extensive living room and dining area. Each detail in the suite showcases meticulous craftsmanship and select materials, from the delicate wall panels, elaborate sculptures and paintings, as well as timeless artefacts. The suite’s Italian marble bathroom is impressive, showcasing a massive bathtub, twin vanities and a separate spa bath. In addition to the spacious outdoor terrace and a dedicated 24-hour on-call butler service, the impressive thing about the suite is that it houses an in-suite gym with a trainer on demand.
On the 59th floor is The Langham Club Lounge for a more exclusive escapade. Offering complimentary food and beverage offerings, the club lounge comprises a writer’s corner, a reading library, as well as private arrival and departure facilities.
Speaking of dining and drinking experiences, The Langham, Jakarta only offers the best when it comes to F&B. The flagship restaurant, Tom’s by Tom Aikens is a collaborative joint with the namesake celebrity restaurateur. Following the success of the three Michelin-starred T’ang Court at The Langham, Hong Kong, the Jakarta counterpart is opening soon at this outstanding hotel. Soon, the hotel will also welcome Artesian – first opened at The Langham, London – on its rooftop.
In the meantime, indulge in the legendary afternoon tea ritual popularised by The Langham, London in 1865. At the hotel’s ALICE, you can relive the festivity of the inspirational Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland’s tea party. Another upcoming dining destination to look forward to is Morimoto, partnering with globally known Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto from New York City.
Last but not least, The Langham, Jakarta is home to Chuan Spa, a 670sqm wellness sanctuary, Barberia, a gentlemen’s grooming parlour, a fitness centre, an outdoor pool and the city’s highest indoor infinity pool.