Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott reopened today following bomb blasts at the five-star properties on 17 July.
The reopenings come after threats were made to several five-star international hotels in Jakarta last week.
Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta said it temporarily evacuated the property when it received a bomb threat through a phone call on 22 July.
"Although we were investigating the origin of this call and its truthfulness, our first priority was to ensure the safety of our guests and staff. For this reason, we temporarily evacuated the hotel. After an intensive detection by the bomb squad the area was given clear status," Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta said in a statement.
Kempinski said police in Jakarta were working closely with Hotel Indonesia Kempinski's security team.
Police are guarding the property's entrances in partnership with Kempinski's security personnel.