The October 28th Signing Ceremony, which took place at the Regent Residences showroom, saw Regent Hotels and Resorts Chairman Mr. Steven Pan and KG Global Development President Director Mr. Harry Gunawan sign the hotel management agreement.
Regent Jakarta will be part of Mangkuluhur City, a mixed-use development comprising of offices, luxury residences and hotel. Regent Jakarta’s 126 hotel rooms and suites and 107 exclusive Regent Residences will attract a mix of domestic and international travelers drawn to its prime location and luxury services and amenities. To both acknowledge and respect the location and local culture, and also ensure a unique experience, Regent will incorporate indigenous design elements throughout the property to provide a true sense of place.
Following Regent’s tradition of innovative restaurant concepts, the hotel will feature an all-day dining restaurant, a signature specialty restaurant and library bar. The Regent experience will be further enhanced by the luxurious Regent Spa and wellness facilities as well as comprehensive meeting rooms and function venues, including an opulent Grand Ballroom.
“As Regent Hotels and Resorts expands its global footprint, we continue to seek growth opportunities that align the right partners with good locations in gateway cities,” says Mr. Arjan De Boer, Regent’s Senior Vice President of Development. “Regent Jakarta will reflect this combination and is an important milestone in the international growth strategy for the Regent brand. The re-introduction of the Regent in Jakarta gives us great pride and we are extremely excited about the future expansion of the brand in Indonesia.”
Scheduled to welcome guests in early 2018, Regent Jakarta’s inauguration will take its place amongst the finest hotels in Jakarta.
The recently opened Regent Porto Montenegro, Regent’s second development in Europe which opened in August 2014, provides travelers with luxurious accommodation, dining facilities and leisure options along the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.