Regent returning to Jakarta in 2018

Regent JakartaRegent Hotels & Resorts has signed a management agreement with KG Global Development Co. to manage Regent Jakarta – a luxury hotel – and Regent Residences Jakarta in the heart of Indonesia’s capital city. Both are scheduled to be completed by 2018, and are the second hotel plus residences project for Regent after Regent Porto Montenegro. The new property also marks the return of the Regent brand to Jakarta after ten years.

Regent Jakarta will be part of Mangkuluhur City, a mixed-use development comprised of this luxury hotel, serviced residences, and business offices. With 54 rooms and 72 suites, Regent Jakarta also houses three international dining options, a grand ballroom, numerous multifunctional meeting rooms, a spa, a large swimming pool and a well-appointed fitness center. Incorporating local styles into its internationalized designs, Regent Jakarta aims to attract a mix of domestic and international travelers drawn to its prime location and outstanding services and amenities.

Regent JakartaThe 87 units of Regent Residences Jakarta include three- to four- bedroom units occupying 37 floors. A luxury full-floor penthouse with private swimming pool sits atop awaiting those seeking the ultimate indulgence. With a concierge and service team trained under Regent’s stringent standards, tenants of these serviced residences will enjoy the best in quality living.

“Jakarta is not just a part of our business development plan; this city is of tremendous sentimental value to Regent,” says Steven Pan, Chairman of Regent Hotels and Resorts. “Regent started in Asia and once had a property in Jakarta. Therefore we are especially honored and excited to bring the next generation of Regent back to this city. We shall set the next Regent milestone in collaboration with KG Global.”

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