Pan Pacific Jakarta, the city’s tallest luxury hotel, opens 1 June with 158 rooms

The 158 rooms and suites feature chic aesthetics, avant-garde designs, panoramic city views, and personalized pillow menus for restful sleep. Photo Credit: Pan Pacific Hotel Group

Pan Pacific Jakarta, is set to be the tallest luxury hotel in Jakarta when it opens on 1 June 2024. Located in the iconic Luminary Tower of Thamrin Nine, the building was designed by the world-renowned American architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.

The hotel features 158 rooms spread across levels 71 to 90, with an exclusive Japanese restaurant, Keyaki, and a rooftop bar offering guests an elevated experience in the heart of the city. The prime location also provides direct access to some of Jakarta’s most prestigious shopping and entertainment venues.

For convenient transportation, guests can access the city’s modern MRT, LRT, and Commuter Lines, as well as a nearby Airport Train service to and from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

Ed Brea, complex general manager of Pan Pacific Jakarta, said, “Pan Pacific Jakarta is underpinned by its sophisticated design and ambiance of Graceful Luxury. The launch marks an important milestone for Pan Pacific Hotels Group, following the recent launch of PARKROYAL Serviced Suites Jakarta and the forthcoming PARKROYAL Hotel Jakarta which promises an even more diverse and enriching stay experience in Indonesia’s business capital.”

The 158 luxurious rooms and suites, designed by Hirsh Bedner & Associates, cater to the needs of business and leisure travellers, with chic aesthetics and avant-garde designs. Facilities include an indoor pool, gym, steam room, and the Pacific Club Lounge, offering all-day dining with a fusion of international cuisine.

Keyaki Japanese Restaurant, located on the 90th floor, is the tallest restaurant in Jakarta, helmed by Japanese Executive Chef Kunihiro Moroi in collaboration with Kyoto’s two-Michelin-starred Chef Takagi Kazuo, offering authentic Japanese flavors and traditional preparation techniques.