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Still, looking for the right hotel for your weekend staycation? Take it easy! Check In Jakarta will give you more recommendations for Instagramable hotels in Jakarta. Perfect for those of you who like taking photos.
1. ibis Styles Jakarta Tanah Abang
ibis Styles Jakarta Tanah Abang comes with the nuance of the Tanah Abang textile market, which is the biggest textile market in Southeast Asia. It's a design concept that resembles the textile market makes the hotel in Central Jakarta looks Instagramable.
There are Instagenic spots for guests who like taking photos. Entering the hotel, on the left side of the reception there is a very unique counter, the decoration resembles a counter at the station. The floor used is also an ancient floor used in the market area in the 1970s. In addition, there are also decorations that are identical to sewing.
Not much different when guests entering STREATS restaurant & bar area. In this area, there are rolled cloth ornaments that are displayed in the corner of the room. In the buffet area, there is a wall with a tape measure used for sewing. Meanwhile, at the top of the dining area, there are ornaments such as a cloth that are hung and coiled parallel to the lights.
Do not stop there, you can also find Instagramable spots in the elevator, which is designed to resemble a fitting room, complete with three mirrors. Another uniqueness is in one of the meeting rooms with Tanah Abang station-themed, complete with a screen like a commuter line. The Tanah Abang concept also can be found when you are about to enter the room. The directions for the room number printed on the wall are made in the form of coat hangers.
ibis Styles Jakarta Tanah Abang provides 201 rooms with three room types, Superior, Deluxe, and Family Room. Each room is equipped with great facilities such as LED TV, Wi-Fi, minibar, etc. To be able to stay in its room, a rate per night starts from Rp 430 thousand.
2. Hotel Monopoli Jakarta
The Instagramable hotel in Jakarta collaborates with art, culture, and fashion. Hotel Monopoli is a boutique hotel in Kemang neighborhood that not only provides a place to stay but also offers a place to have fun while relaxing which you can enjoy at the hotel's rooftop bar.
Hotel Monopoli is located in a classic style building and is full of European cultural history. Entering it, you will find a quite different and unique atmosphere. The interior design is designed in a modern retro style that combines a pragmatic impression with romance. Carrying the concept of smart luxury, the boutique hotel is fit for modern travelers.
The rooms that you can choose from coming into four categories, Deluxe, Grand Deluxe, Junior Suite, Superior Suite, and Executive Suite. Per night, you will be charged starting from Rp 550 thousand to stay here.
Don't miss the opportunity to relax at the hotel's rooftop bar with a different view and atmosphere. The Moon comes with a tropical feel and is equipped with a lap pool. The rooftop bar can be used as an escape from your endless activities.
3. Hotel Des Indes
Located in Menteng neighborhood, Hotel Des Indes is not far from Taman Suropati. The hotel carries colonial style in its building, both on the exterior and interior. Inspired by the Dutch-owned Hotel Des Indes that was founded in the 18th century, the hotel will take you back to colonial times.
The hotel building is painted using neutral colors such as brown, cream, and light yellow. Once you step into the lobby, you'll find a grand piano, complete with a dark brown sofa. Hotel Des Indes is here to remember the typical hospitality of Batavia in the past.
Hotel Des Indes Menteng provides 66 rooms divided into three types, Deluxe, Grand Deluxe, and Executive Deluxe. To be able to stay in its room, the Instagramable hotel in Jakarta sets rates starting from Rp 575 thousand (only in August). Apart from rooms, Hotel Des Indes Menteng also has a restaurant, beauty clinic, and coworking space.
- Hotel Des Indes
- Address: Jl. HOS. Cokroaminoto No.84, Menteng, Central Jakarta
- Phone number: 021 392 1818
- Instagram: @desindes.jakarta