Coyle Hospitality loves spicy and saucy Jakarta and its five-star hotel scene, well-known to local mystery shoppers.
Five-star quality is not difficult to find in Jakarta. The deluxe lineup reads like an enclyclopedia of excellence in hospitality brands: Ritz-Carlton, Luxury Collection, Mandarin Oriental, Four Seasons, JW Marriott, Shangri-La, Kempinski, Hyatt, InterContinental and more. With a bustling city, seeming to burst at the seams just beyond the threshold, it is particularly welcome to escape into the cocoon of calm these properties offer their guests.
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Jakarta Glistens by Day and By Night
What’s on the agenda? Shopping, sightseeing, cutlural excursions, dining experiences, and certainly business, call. In this large city of 10 million at the crossroads of Southeast Asia, food and drink also call. No longer overshadowed by Thai and Vietnamese cuisine, Indonesian and Sundanese flavors have come into their own.
Find yours at the spicy stalls lining small streets, find it at yummy fast food outlets in gigantic shopping malls, find it at local bazaars, find it at great restaurants atop tall towers overlooking the lights of the city.
Sticking to the CBD is what most visitors have in mind, so we like the duplex combo on the 3rd and 4th floors of The Plaza office block. Offering both garden and fireplace at Le Jardin and Mezzanine, they’re connected by an interior stairway. Up on the 46th floor of the same building, classy Altitude looks over the city lights. If you’re up for more dazzle, Skye is on the newest rave on the 56th floor of the BCA Tower where music, views, and a club scene trump the menu.
For those with the patience for guaranteed queues at big name favorites, check out Angke Rest and Banjar Djakarta for fresh local lobster, clams, and crabs. For a
touch of local folk performance and dance with dinner, visit Sampan Matsuda Sentra or Harum Manis for their Sunday buffet. Javanese antiques and teak furniture with your dining experience? Visit the colonial era throwback, Dapur Babah.