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THE 1O1 Jakarta Sedayu Darmawangsa

Darmawangsa Square
Jl.Darmawangsa IX No. 14
Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan
12160 - Indonesia
p. +6221 290 19 101
f. +6221 293 18 101
e. info.darmawangsa@the101hotels.com

Check-In Time: 2:00 PM
Check-Out Time: 12:00 PM
Hotel Currency: IDR (Rp)
Parking: Available (Free)

About The Hotel

Located strategically at the most prosperous area in South Jakarta with easy access to Sudirman Central Business District (SCBD) and the new Central Business District of TB Simatupang, attached to prestigious shopping and entertainment center, Darmawangsa Square, and 30 km distance from Soekarno – Hatta International Airport, THE 1O1 Jakarta Sedayu Darmawangsa offers a new concept of lifestyle experience for the young spirit and active business or leisure travellers who wish to be part of happening.

Hotel Facilities

  • 150 Chic & Trendy rooms equipped with comfortable bed, LED Screen with Local and International Channels, Smart Bathroom, hair dryer, save deposit box and coffee & tea maker.
  • 10 Meeting Rooms.
  • Terraza Lounge.
  • Gym & Spa.
  • Swimming Pool.
  • Free Wi-Fi Connection.

Places Of Interest

  • Attached to prestigious shopping and entertainment center, Darmawangsa Square.
  • 15 minutes to FX Senayan/Ratu Plaza.
  • 10 minutes to Transmart.
  • 10 minutes to Mal Blok M Plaza.
  • 10 minutes to Mal Blok M Square.
  • 10 minutes to Mal Pondok Indah.
  • 10 minutes to Mal Senayan City.
  • 10 minutes to Mal Gandaria City.
  • 10 minutes to Mal Plaza Senayan.
  • 10 minutes to Asian Secretary.
  • 10 minutes to Kemang.
  • 10 minutes to Glora Bung Karno.
  • 10 minutes to MPR & DPR.
  • 10 minutes to Jakarta Convention Center.
  • 10 minutes to Grand Wijaya Hospital.
  • 5 minutes to Polres Jakarta Selatan.

Discover Jakarta

Jakarta, Indonesia’s huge capital, sits on the northwest coast of the island of Java. A historic mix of cultures – Javanese, Malay, Chinese, Arab, Indian and European – has influenced its architecture, language and cuisine. The old town, Kota Tua, is home to Dutch colonial buildings, Glodok (Jakarta’s Chinatown) and the old port of Sunda Kelapa, where traditional wooden schooners dock