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One of the hotels owned by Marriott International, Aloft Hotel, recently opened its second hotel, which is located in TB Simatupang area, South Jakarta. This new hotel carries future-proofed technology philosophy and theme through a design inspired by urban ambiance and open space.
Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang is designed in a touch of minimalist element, which is dominated by wood and metal. The President of Asia Pacific (excluding China), Marriott International, Rajeev Menon, is enthusiastic about the presence of this hotel in South Jakarta.
"We are very pleased to continue adding to our presence in Indonesia with the opening of the second Aloft Hotel in the city. Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang is the newest destination for tourists and local people to enjoy the atmosphere of the capital city through its unique hotel design and live music program," Rajeev said.
Aloft's newest hotel is equipped with 170 guest rooms with three meter high ceilings, beds, and modern bathrooms which include rainfall shower and special amenities. Each room is also of course equipped with good facilities such as free WiFi, 49-inch LCD TV, speaker, as well as hi-tech key access, which allows guests to leave without a key. In addition, guests can also use their smartphone to lock or open their room. This new hotel in Jakarta charges rates starting from Rp 700 thousand per night.
Meanwhile, Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang lobby area is located adjacent to Re: Mix Lounge. Inside, the lounge is decorated with various Niio Art collections, a collection of mobile digital arts displayed on an 86 inch smart LED TV. The collections have been curated by the world's leading artists and galleries.
This hotel in TB Simatupang also features WXYZ Bar, where guests can relax while enjoying cocktails and light snacks, while being accompanied by live music, which is part of the Live At Aloft music program. In addition, guests can also eat a variety of delicious menus at Fraya Restaurant.
And last but not least, Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang is also has a rooftop bar, which serves a selection of light meals inspired by local food and fresh cocktails. Visitors can also relax in the Splash area, a rooftop swimming pool with charming city views.
Other additional facilities include a fitness center which is open for 24 hours. There is also Camp Aloft, a program for children with a lot of fun activities. Hotel Aloft TB Simatupang also has eight meeting rooms equipped with AV equipment, free WiFi, as well as Space, and a hotel ballroom.
Market Vice President for Indonesia, Marriott International, Ramesh Jackson said, in the midst of a challenging situation like today, his party is very pleased to be able to continue operating and welcoming guests who is focused on millennials. This is because it is predicted that the millennial generation will be the first to start the journey again.
"The opening of Aloft Simatupang is an ideal addition to a vibrant and culturally diverse Jakarta," continued Ramesh.