Not for those who want the hustle and glamour of the CBD, but a quiet, elegant, and quintessentially Javanese retreat - a great alternative to the international hotels. It has low rise architecture built around a series of gardens and courtyards. Rooms are large, high ceilinged, elegant and well appointed with practical working area and internet. Mine had a balcony looking out on to a treed garden and street. Each room has a butler. Service through-out the hotel is impeccable. There is a stylish pool and fitness club, a variety of restaurants (indoor and outdoors), lounges and tea room. The Dharmawangsa is a treasure - highly recommended!
I would like to say all the staff here are exceptional from the manager to the guy who cleans the room. They are all a credit to him.
The head chef and the manager introduced themselves to us which was a nice touch, but again the guy who is outside, the guys on reception the girl in the Resturant. Well done!
Brand new hotel, room service was excellent, tried their chicken tikka masala which was pretty good. Decent room size. Is right next to a mall with plenty of eating options. Only downside is that it's a little far from the center of action, that being said I would stay here again.
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Additional features and amenities to the urban hotel include a number of lounges and several restaurants featuring a variety …More
Home to some of Jakarta's wealthy residents, Kebayoran Baru is located in south Jakarta. The city is well known for its mansions, opulent apartments, and office buildings such as the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Within the 6-story Pacific Place Jakarta is a high-end mall housing shops such as Bvlgari, Lamborghini, and Tiffany & Co. At the underground Blok M Mall bargaining is encouraged.