Jakarta welcomes its second Aloft

Eve Tedja


Book your stay at the new tech-savvy and design-led Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang.

, Jakarta welcomes its second Aloft
Fraya Restaurant, all-day dining at Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang

Marriott International just opened its latest property in South Jakarta’s youthful neighbourhood. Situated just 45 minutes drive away from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, the hotel is surrounded by various entertainment and dining attractions. Designed as a social hub, Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang pays special attention to its public spaces.

The open lobby area and its Re:mix℠ lounge is designed to encourage networking and social interaction. The lounge features a digitalized “moving” art collection that sparks conversation. Boldly displayed on smart LED TV, enjoy hypnotizing artworks by world’s leading contemporary artists such as ZEITGUISED, Jonathan Monaghan and Joe Hamilton – while sipping cocktails from the adjacent WXYZ® bar. Expect emerging local artists perform their original songs or covers in Live at Aloft music programme.

, Jakarta welcomes its second Aloft
Deluxe Room at Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang

The hotel’s 170 loft-inspired guest rooms offer a respite from the hustle and bustle. High-ceilinged and tech-savvy, guests can unlock and enter their rooms by using smartphones or Apple Watch. When you are ready to meet the world, head to the hotel’s all-day-dining restaurant, Fraya or the Rooftop Bar and Lounge for an open-air downtime. Splash, the hotel’s rooftop pool offers a captivating cityscape for a relaxing dip. Alternatively, head to the 24/7 Re:charge℠ fitness centre for a more rigorous workout.  Seamlessly weaving work and play, Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang is suitable for those who wish to keep the balance in their life.

Jalan TB Simatupang Kav. 8-9, Cilandak, Pasar Minggu, South Jakarta. Tel:+62 21 39701888


Special opening offer

 Rp700,000/room/night inclusive of breakfast for two

Book here before 5 October 2020. Valid for one year.





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