Above: Exterior rendering of Pullman Jakarta International Airport
Given the proximity to the international airport, Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), residential areas, and industrial estates of Tangerang City, the third-largest urban center on the western border of the Greater Jakarta metropolitan, the hotel will be well positioned to cater to the needs of business and leisure travelers, airlines crews, as well as local residents.
The 405-key premium hotel will welcome guests with an immersive design and vibrant hotel experience. It will boast one all-day dining restaurant, a lobby lounge, and a bar. To inspire the mind and energize the body, the hotel will have extensive wellness offerings and amenities, including a fitness center, spa, swimming pool, and a kid’s pool. In addition, meeting and event facilities will encourage collaboration and creativity under Pullman’s MEET/PLAY concept.’
“The signing of Pullman Jakarta International Airport further reinforces Accor’s leading position in Indonesia's hospitality industry. Indonesia is one of our main focus markets in Southeast Asia and we are constantly looking for opportunities to offer a diverse array of hotel options to attract travelers as well as locals. As a result, we are on track to open 52 more hotels and resorts in the country within the next five years. With its prime location, modern design, and dynamic experiences, Pullman Jakarta International Airport will become an inspiring playground for all guests once open,” said Garth Simmons, Chief Executive Officer, Accor Southeast Asia, Japan & South Korea.
Pullman is a leading global player in the premium hospitality scene, offering an inspiring and energizing place where guests feel at their very best, whether for business or leisure. It retains the values of exploration, comfort, and immersive design, making it a pioneering travel brand. There are more than 140 Pullman properties in leading gateway cities and far-flung destinations, where guests can find the perfect balance between work and play.
Accor currently has a presence through more than 130 operating hotels and 15 brands across all key destinations in Indonesia.