Nestled in the home of historic colonial Dutch buildings in Jakarta Old Town, the historical downtown area of Jakarta, Mercure Jakarta Batavia is a locally inspired destination for both business and leisure travellers.
Jakarta Old Town is located on the upper side of West Jakarta near the Sunda Kelapa Harbour. In the 16th century, the neighborhood represented the glorious days of Jakarta, known as Batavia, the centre of spice trade industry in the archipelago. To this day, this part of the city still boasts the Dutch-style structures, designs, and architectures. Some of the surrounding attractions available are the Museum Fatahillah, the Museum Bank Indonesia, the Indonesia Puppet Museum, the Sunda Kelapa Harbour, and many more.
“The opening of Mercure Jakarta Batavia marks yet another milestone for Accor’s growth, strengthening its position as the leader of the hospitality industry in Indonesia. This hotel becomes the 22nd Mercure-branded property in the country. Surrounded by a myriad of museums, art galleries, and Art-Deco buildings from the Dutch era, Mercure Jakarta Batavia brings the local inspiration of Jakarta’s historical adventure, offering the opportunity to explore the local and hidden stories, exploring a blend of warm and contemporary design,” said Adi Satria,Vice President Sales, Marketing, Distribution & Loyalty, Accor Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore.
There are 376 modern contemporary rooms and suites. The building and public area are adorned with locally inspired touches through the old Jakarta-style structures, designs, and architectures. Guests can enjoy multiple dining options from the Malaka Restaurant, to Lounge & Bar, as well as the Soenda Kelapa pool and bar. Other facilities include the gym, spa, sauna, children playground, Nusantara Ballroom and 18 multi-purpose rooms.
Malaka Restaurant serves up a splendid array of international taste as well as local authentic cuisines, for guests to indulge in. They can also stay energised after a long day of meetings by enjoying the pool, as well as the gym, spa and sauna while taking in the city sights from the Soenda Kelapa Pool and Bar.
The hotel showcases bespoke craftsmanship in mini art galleries located on 3rd to 9th floor, bringing Jakarta’s history into the hotel, and evoking charming scenes.
For meetings and events, Mercure Jakarta Batavia offers the Nusantara Ballroom, as well as 18 inspiring multi-purpose rooms to accommodate up to 800 guests. Meeting facilities range from 75 sqm to 800 sqm, flushed with natural daylight and modern audio-visual equipment.
Mercure, one of Accor’s midscale brands, tells the story of its destination with skill, style and authenticity. With Discover Local, a brand passion, Mercure Jakarta Batavia offers travellers the opportunity to explore the hotel and its surrounding area in an authentic way.
To celebrate Mercure Jakarta Batavia’s opening, enjoy a Superior room stay at Rp888.000 net/night including breakfast for 1 or 2 persons. For more information, please visit www.accorhotels.com/A610 or find us on Instagram @mercurejakartabatavia and Facebook fan page Mercure Jakarta Batavia.