Langham hotels are so indelibly tied to its English roots and Asian ownership that for years no one is really quite sure what is the design diction for the chain. Upon the arrival of The Langham Jakarta, arguably the most impressive Langham property in existence currently, it becomes clear that with the right amalgamation of money and gumption, nothing is truly fixed in the books. All the aspects to this new flagship are bright and comely, and admirers of celestine white structures will have a field day residing here. Nestled within the emerging business district in the SCBD parcel right next to malls and prominent business addresses, the conveniences offered here is simply unrivalled. With such enviable advantages at its doorsteps, this is indeed a desirable hideaway resplendent enough to even detach one from the unchanging doldrums of Jakarta's dreadful daily realities.
While at The Langham Jakarta,
why don't you ...
Opt for a home away from home within an Executive Cityscape room that has views and space aplenty. The lavatory is exhilaratingly parked right next to a glass wall peering out into the city below, taking the toil right out of a toilet's natural functions
Langham Hotels are renowned for their club lounges and in this Jakarta installation one is so capably looked after, in a stylishly bedecked space, serving one of the city's best evening cocktails to boot, it is a tad challenging to revert back to one's daily existence upon check-out.
The Langham Jakarta offers a choice of 4 national cuisine under one roof - English at Tom's, French at Alice, Japanese at Morimoto and Chinese at Tang Court. Admittedly contemporary Japanese cuisine isn't quite everyone's cup of tea but the sushi served at Morimoto is the good stuff. Tang Court is the 2nd Chinese restaurant we've ever recommended in a non-Chinese destination, which means if you are ever in Jakarta, you have to visit this stunning restaurant with the most inspiring Chinese cuisine this city has ever seen.
Chuan Spa is a wellness concept steep in Eastern techniques and the massages here are indeed pampering and restorative and definitely worth a visit.