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The Javanese artwork on display at Mandarin Oriental are a testament to Jakarta's multicultural history, while the hotel's in-room workstations and sixth-floor Executive Business Center are a reminder of the financial and diplomatic significance of the Indonesian capital today.
Its 272 spacious, comfortable rooms - from the chic, elegant Superior Room to the ultra-luxurious Mandarin Suite - all feature unique views of the surrounding city. The dining possibilities are equally varied, from the upscale French cuisine of Lyon to the authentic Cantonese and Szechuan of Xin Hwa and casual poolside fare of Azure.
The spa wellness rooms and outdoor pool offer relaxation within the hotel, while innumerable sights, sounds, and adventures await throughout the city and beyond.
Equally well suited for business and leisure, Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta is designed to accommodate the most discerning of international travelers, making it one of the top destinations in all the Pacific Rim.