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      Alila Jakarta

      Rooms 246   Architecture Denton Corker Marshall   Interior Design Denton Corker Marshall
      The Original Mark Edleson

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      246
      Architecture
      Denton Corker Marshall
      Interior
      Design Denton Corker Marshall
      The Original Mark Edleson
      —Experience the rush and thrum of Jakarta in an insular world of high-minded abstraction and understated exclusivity.

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      This hotel in the middle of Jakarta's central business district stays true to its name, a Sanskrit word meaning ‘surprise.’ A welcome retreat from the energy of its surrounding streets, the Alila Jakarta exemplifies simple elegance and skips all unnecessary ornamentation throughout its 27 floors. Overlooking The National Museum (Monas), the hotel feels surprisingly isolated and is itself adorned with overtones of museum-worthy abstract art. A minimal design aesthetic provides the lobby with a gentle grace that is illuminated by large windows overlooking the garden in the peaceful inner courtyard, while the lush yet soothing palette of dark red tones spanning the 245 rooms subtly expresses the hotel's Asian flair. The Alila Jakarta is an exclusive and surprisingly isolated place to replenish your energy reserves.

      Nearest Airport
      CGK - Soekarno Hatta International Airport
      Food & Drink
      2 Restaurant, Café
      Spa & Recreation
      Outdoor Pool, Sauna
      Conference & Meetings
      13 meeting rooms
      Internet
      Complimentary WiFi
      Services
      Parking, Concierge

      ARCHITECTURE

      Denton Corker Marshall

      How does a hotel standout when it’s located near the presidential palace, a national museum, numerous historical landmarks, and the tumult that is the business district? By becoming a beacon of understated calm. Using steel and local stone, such as Indonesian granite, renowned architectural firm Denton Corker Marshall created a towering structure that seems all business from the outside but inverts all expectations once guests are on the inside. Here, the hubbub of Jakarta gives way to an island of pure calm and abstract wonder—a sanctuary from the outside world.

      INTERIOR DESIGN

      Inner Peace

      Clear-lined geometric furnishings, rooms infused with an elegant, pared-down feel, cool heavy cotton textiles contrasting with a forest of local Nyatoh and dark merbau timbers—these are just some of the inspired elements that chief designer Budiman Hendropurnomo selected when crafting the Alila Jakarta. And it’s all purposefully bathed in a sea of soothing light.

      MADE BY ORIGINALS

      Mark Edleson

      Mark Edleson believes in offering visitors the same luxurious, earthy aesthetic that he enjoys in his own life. The Stanford graduate has over thirty years experience in finance, real estate development and hospitality in Southeast Asia. He states, “From my first stay to the present day, what most attracts me is the link that Asia embraces between its rich, colourful past and the future.” With his commitment to cross-cultural exchange, sustainability and business, Edleson established the Alila Hotel group to unify these ideals. Edleson’s latest initiative, the Bali Institute for Sustainable Agriculture (BISA), aims to preserve the Balinese landscape and agrarian culture.

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