“Highest hotel in Indonesia” debuts

Westin Jakarta has “sky lobby” on the 52nd floor
Slated to be the highest hotel in Indonesia, The Westin Jakarta, has opened on floors 50 to 69 of the mixed-used Gama Tower.
It is the first hotel with the upscale, wellness-oriented, Starwood-owned Westin brand in the city, with 272 guestrooms and suites, “sky lobby”, spa and other facilities that have panoramic views of the city.
“The design, spectacular views, food and beverage offerings and amenities will bring to life the brand’s commitment to guests’ well-being through a local lens,” said Brian Povinelli, global brand leader for Westin Hotels & Resorts.
Designed by hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates, the hotel’s décor was “inspired by natural, organic forms and textures that interpret the landscape” with “dynamic patterns and materials”. The contemporary design features traditional Indonesian motifs and patterns.
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