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Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta - Jakarta Hotels

Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta

Jl. MH Thamrin 1, Jakarta - Map
4.5 out of 5 (48 reviews)
Hotel Indonesia Kempinski represents both, a celebration of the past and the future. By building the Hotel Indonesia …More
The Grove Suites - Jakarta Hotels

The Grove Suites

Kawasan Rasuna Epicentrum, Jakarta - Map
4.2 out of 5 (87 reviews)
Millennium Hotel Sirih Jakarta - Jakarta Hotels

Millennium Hotel Sirih Jakarta

Jl H Fachrudin 3, Jakarta - Map
3.9 out of 5 (347 reviews)
Fairmont Jakarta - Jakarta Hotels

Fairmont Jakarta

Jl. Asia Afrika No.8, Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta - Map
4.6 out of 5 (25 reviews)
Additional features and amenities to the urban hotel include a number of lounges and several restaurants featuring a variety …More
Sari Pan Pacific Jakarta - Jakarta Hotels

Sari Pan Pacific Jakarta

Jalan M.H.Thamrin 6, Jakarta - Map
3.8 out of 5 (70 reviews)
Discover a world of luxury and experience Indonesian hospitality at its finest when you are our guest at the luxurious Hotel …More
ZEN Rooms Kampung Bali Tanah Abang - Jakarta Hotels

ZEN Rooms Kampung Bali Tanah Abang

Jl Kampung Bali X No 14A, Jakarta - Map
The Hermitage, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel - Jakarta Hotels

The Hermitage, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel

Jl. Cilacap No.1, Jakarta - Map
"Absolutely the best hotel in Jakarta"
This is a heaven of peace and relaxation in the busy city of Jakarta. The hotel is a old telecommunications office from the colonial period. It is beautifully restored with attention for the smallest details. The rooms have all modern comfort but at the same time you feel going back in time. Facilities are fantastic, a well gym, a stunning rooftop bar and pool. The breakfast is excellent with great service. All staff are friendly and attend-full.
Traveller from Singapore
Shangri-La Hotel - Jakarta - Jakarta Hotels

Shangri-La Hotel - Jakarta

Kota BNI, Jakarta - Map
"One of the better places to stay in Jakarta"
I have stayed here on many occasions and I find the staff to be the most welcoming of all of the places that I have stayed at in Jakarta. I had a small problem with the room I was in as they were doing renovations on the room above the one I was staying in, The staff offered to move me, but I chose to remain in the room as the renovations were during daytime and most of that time I wasn't in my room anyway. I would suggest that the prices in the bars and food area's are a bit rich, but that is to be expected in an establishment of this standard
Traveller from Melbourne Australia
Century Park Hotel - Jakarta Hotels

Century Park Hotel

Jl Pintu Satu Senayan, Jakarta - Map
3.9 out of 5 (273 reviews)
Pullman Jakarta Central Park - Jakarta Hotels

Pullman Jakarta Central Park

Podomoro City Jl. Let. Jend S Parman, Jakarta - Map
Nice hotel next to shopping mall... Nice big room with awesome shower...
A Traveller
Located in Podomoro City Super Block and 30 minutes from Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Pullman Jakarta Central Park …More

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    Accommodation In Jakarta

    When it comes to Southeast Asian cities, Jakarta is a middle sibling of sorts. The Indonesian capital is often compared to Manila or Bangkok, and it’s true in some ways: The people are just as friendly and the local food just as delicious. With Jakarta accommodation, you can dig deeper and discover the city’s own unique and vibrant identity.

    Things to Do in Jakarta

    For an island destination, there are surprisingly few beaches in the city. If you’re seeking sandy stretches, head to Ancol Marina in North Jakarta and take a boat to Pulau Seribu, a.k.a Thousand Islands. Just off the coast, this chain has the country’s best beaches, plus fin-tastic snorkelling and scuba diving. You can also get in on some watery fun from the main island, with jet ski and boat rentals near the marina. North Jakarta hotels range from upscale resorts to delightful boutiques, and will have you front and centre to all the aquatic adventures.

    Accommodation in Central Jakarta offers a more cultural experience. Attractions like the 200-year-old National Museum, the neon blue National Monument and the futuristic National Gallery (are you seeing a pattern in these names?) are just steps away. Start your day in Merdeka Square, where you’ll find shops serving nasi uduk (steamed rice with coconut milk) and other breakfast treats, which go “oolong” nicely with local teas. Many people know the island of Java for its coffee, but Indonesia is also one of the world’s main tea producers!

    Getting To & Around Jakarta

    Flights to Jakarta land at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK), just outside the city limits. There are numerous bus services with stops all over the city and beyond, but the fastest and easiest route is private transport. Many hotels in Jakarta will organise transport, whether it is an airport shuttle pickup or a pre-arranged taxi trip. If you do need to hail your own cab, just walk outside to the official taxi ranks, where you can get a ride to central Jakarta for the price of two lattes. This advice holds when you’re ready to get out and see the sights, too—you could spend your holiday trying to figure out Jakarta's bus systems, but with cheap rates, it’s much easier to pony up for a taxi.

    Best Time to Travel

    Temps in Indonesia don’t change much, but rainfall does. Visit between April and October during the dry season, for top surfing and beach-lazing conditions. The mercury will rise slightly in July and August, but you’ll still have temps of about 30 degrees and low humidity, perfect for Jakarta holidays. The rainy season, from November to March, brings downpours and sometimes flooding thanks to the city’s many rivers; unless you’re really desperate for a bargain, it’s best avoided.

    Your holiday self is telling you to get out from behind that computer screen and experience the world! But first, book one of Wotif’s great deals on accommodation in Jakarta—then get ready for the sights and sounds of one of Southeast Asia’s biggest metropolises.