Begin your stay at the inviting DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Jakarta-Diponegoro with a warm welcome and a delicious chocolate chip cookie upon arrival. Ideally located near Jakarta's commercial and business district and government buildings, yet avoiding the city's heavy traffic, this modern hotel in Jakarta also offers easy access to numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options. Visit popular attractions including the National Monument at Merdeka Square and Istiqlal Mosque, the largest mosque in Southeast Asia. Relax in a spacious guest room at this Jakarta hotel, all of which feature amenities to help you relax and stay productive, including a king-sized bed, an ergonomic work desk, a 42-inch LCD TV and WiFi. Spoil yourself in an executive room or suite and enjoy spectacular city views and access to the Executive Lounge, with complimentary breakfast and evening cocktails. Hold a business or social event at this Jakarta hotel, with a variety of flexible meeting spaces, including a divisible ballroom, a 24-hour business center, the latest A/V equipment and a dedicated events team. Savor Mediterranean and Asian influenced cuisine in the elegant Vicolo, enjoy buffet selections in the all-day dining restaurant, OPEN and sip cocktails in the T Lounge. Work out in the 24-hour fitness center, cool down with a dip in the large outdoor swimming pool or indulge in a luxury spa treatment. A kids' pool and club are also available, to help keep the children entertained during your stay.
The Indonesian capital Jakarta is located in the northwest of Java Island and is the national political, economic, and cultural center of the country. Although it was just a small fishing village in the 5th century, today, Jakarta is an international metropolis. The Jakarta hotel area is relatively concentrated. The old districts in the north are close to the bay. The scenery is unique and there are numerous historical sites nearby. Most of the buildings in the city are modeled after European classical styles of architecture. The southern part of the new area is full of modernity and is Jakarta’s political and financial center; while the city center holds Jakarta's main attractions, such as Merdeka Square, Istiklal Mosque, and so on.