A port city on the banks of the Ciliwung River, Jakarta was built as a Hindu settlement in the 5th century and remains the capital city of Indonesia today. Providing an endless gateway to Indonesian culture and history, Le Méridien Jakarta sits at the heart of the city’s golden triangle. Offering 396 rooms, the hotel exemplifies intimate luxury. The hotel features an all-day dining restaurant, restaurants serving delicious Lebanese and Japanese cuisines, two bars—and a world class spa and wellness centre with Asian massage treatments. The main ballroom, called Sasono Mulyo, is thoughtfully designed and luxuriously appointed with a capacity of 800 to 1000 guests—an ideal venue for wedding celebrations, corporate events and large-scale functions. A full range of audio, visual equipment and High Speed Internet Access are also provided in other meeting venues designed for 10 to 150 persons. Le Méridien Jakarta also features a penthouse featuring a 100-year old, handcrafted Kudus House, an intricately carved structure made from teak wood. Le Méridien Club Floor encompasses the top four floors of the hotel tower, and Le Méridien Club Lounge is on the 20th floor, providing spectacular views of the city below.
Hotel food is OK, bar is OK, no special cocktail. They room is clean, but just with a hint or detergent when you first coming in, you won't feel that after a couple hours. The water is to the tube is wacky, Services said it need to flow a while. Seems the rooms are available most of time. There is a standard pool in room temp. Looks clean.
I stayed at this hotel 2 times in a year for business. Friendly and quiet atmosphere, various food choice.