Starwood Hotels & Resorts opens Four Points Jakarta

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide has announced the opening of Four Points Jakarta in Indonesia.

New Four Points to open in Jakarta
New Four Points to open in Jakarta

Four Points Jakarta, Thamrin will be the brand’s first property in the city, making up part of a mixed use development.


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The property is home to 164 rooms and three meeting rooms which overlook the Thamrin business district. Close to the famous Selamat Datang roundabout, near multinational corporate offices, embassies, megamalls, retail shops, restaurants and bars, the property also has a 24-hour fitness centre on site.

"Built for the smart, independent business traveller, Four Points continues to offer our guests exactly what they need while on the road," said Vincent Ong, senior director, Asia Pacific brand management, Four Points.

"We are excited to open Four Points in Indonesia’s capital of Jakarta, one of the fastest growing cities in Southeast Asia."

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