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Aloft Hotels Opens Second Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia

Aloft Hotels Opens Second Hotel in Jakarta
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Marriott's design-led Aloft Hotels continues to expand its portfolio in Indonesia with the opening of its second hotel in the capital of Jakarta.

The new Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang is the newest destination for locals and travelers alike to enjoy the capital's vibrant social scene through the hotel's bold design and live music programming.

Featuring 170 guest rooms, plush platform beds and modern bathrooms with complimentary Wi-Fi, 49-inch LCD TVs, speakers & mobile key access.

"In today's challenging business climate, we are excited to open the doors and welcome guests to the millennial-focused Aloft TB Simatupang. With an indication that millennials will be the first to lead the way in traveling again, the opening of Aloft Simatupang is an ideal addition to Jakarta's vibrant and diverse melting pot of culture," said Ramesh Jackson, Market Vice President for Indonesia, Marriott International.

The lobby area is adjacent to the Re:mix℠ lounge. The lounge features a selection of Niio Art - digitalized "moving" art collection.

Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang also offers a variety of dining options: The brand's signature W XYZ® bar, FrayaSouthside Rooftop Bar and Lounge.

Additional facilities include a 24/7 Re:charge℠ fitness centre. Families can be sure their little ones are entertained throughout their stay with Camp Aloft.

Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang also features eight Tactic meeting rooms. Space, the hotel's spacious ballroom is ideal to host a range of business and social events.

Located just 45 minutes from Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, the hotel is centred in one of the city's fastest-growing and elite areas.

"We are excited to turn up the volume in South Jakarta, bringing the brand's different by design approach with a very distinct hospitality experience to the neighborhood. Aside from being home to many multi-national companies' representatives, this particular area is a vibrant lifestyle destination, filled with out-of-work hang out spots. We'll be the place for self-expressing guests who aim for big things in life without losing their unique characteristics," said Joan Mamahit, General Manager of Aloft Jakarta TB Simatupang.

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