Park Hyatt Jakarta Opens August 2022

Park Hyatt Jakarta Opens August 2022

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Park Hyatt’s next major Asian city hotel will be opening in a couple of months.

220-room Park Hyatt Jakarta opening summer 2022

The Park Hyatt Jakarta is now accepting reservations for stays as of August 15, 2022. If nothing else, I think this is noteworthy simply because of how long this hotel has been under construction — the initial plan was for it to open in 2017, so it’s only about five years behind schedule.

The Park Hyatt Jakarta will feature 220 guest rooms, including 36 suites. Rooms here are very generously sized — standard rooms are over 600 square feet, while standard suites are over 935 square feet. The hotel takes up the top 17 floors of the 37 floor MNC Land Tower, so it’ll be in a mixed-use building.

The Park Hyatt Jakarta will have five food & beverage outlets, including an all-day Italian and Indonesian restaurant on the 22nd floor, a lobby lounge on the 23rd floor, a bar on the 23rd floor, a modern Japanese restaurant on the 37th floor, and a bar with outdoor space on the 37th floor. On top of that, the hotel will have an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and a spa.

Below are some renderings of the new Park Hyatt Jakarta.

Park Hyatt Jakarta lobby
Park Hyatt Jakarta guest room
Park Hyatt Jakarta suite
Park Hyatt Jakarta restaurant
Park Hyatt Jakarta rooftop restaurant
Park Hyatt Jakarta pool

Park Hyatt Jakarta rates & points requirements

Jakarta is a fantastic luxury hotel market, in terms of the quality of hotels that you can get for the price (much like Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur). For example, even the Four Seasons Jakarta charges just ~$200 per night.

The Park Hyatt Jakarta will be a Category 4 World of Hyatt property, making this among the lowest category Park Hyatt properties in the world. This means a free night redemption will cost you the following number of points:

  • 12,000-18,000 points per night for a standard room
  • 18,000-24,000 points per night for a standard suite
  • 21,000-27,000 points per night for a premium suite

Best of all, since this is a Category 4 property, you’ll be able to redeem a Category 1-4 World of Hyatt free night certificate here.

As far as paid rates go, they seem to start at somewhere around $200 per night, which is roughly what I’d expect, given the competition. While the hotel doesn’t participate yet, eventually it should be bookable through the Hyatt Privé program, which offers extra perks like room upgrades, complimentary breakfast, and a hotel credit.

Of course World of Hyatt Globalist members can look forward to the typical elite perks, including the ability to use suite upgrade awards here.

Bottom line

After a significant delay, the Park Hyatt Jakarta will be opening as of August 2022. The 220-room hotel will be a great option for World of Hyatt loyalists traveling to Indonesia’s capital. I hope to check out this hotel at some point down the road.

Anyone looking forward to staying at the Park Hyatt Jakarta?

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  1. Ethan Guest

    Top of the building looks like Park Hyatt Hangzhou, which just not a very good PH.

  2. TheBestBlackBrent Gold

    I hope we can still see the hotel's sense of place through the smog

  3. Agus Guest

    finally, a long delayed opening it is. but is it me or i just think Park Hyatt brand is a bit overrated?

  4. Andrew Diamond

    I love how even the fake stock photo of that suite can't escape the smog of Jakarta.

  5. chris Guest

    congratulations to hary tanoe

  6. Endre Guest

    21,000-17,000 points per night for a premium suite — shouldn’t that be 21,000-27,000 points?

  7. Hal Guest

    Sounds nice but you have to go to Jakarta. Terrible traffic, sinking into the ocean and openly racist Muslims towards the more successful Han Chinese population. Maybe it’s worth a stopover on the way to Bali.

    1. ANTIFA Guest

      Stop with the fake woke agenda, if your standard applied equally then there is no country worth visit, liberal cities like New York and major Western European countries will blow Jakartan racistness out of the water, at least Jakartans were not equipped with the same snobbishness as those Western countries do.

    2. David Diamond

      Have you ever watched The Act of Killing? The genocide in modern Indonesia is nothing like anything that happened in the West. The worst thing about is the bad guys don’t get punished in the end, because they’re the Indonesian government.

    3. USisComplicit Guest

      Have you ever read cia declassified document indicating that the west is complicit in genocide of commies in Indonesia and no one gets punished? Nice one to think your country has the higher moral grounds.

    4. JWags Guest

      Have you even been to Asia? A lot of the racism in many Asian countries, Indonesia included, is like the US in the early 1900s, pre civil rights. Pretending NYC or Euro countries are anything similar that is just agenda pushing.

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David Diamond

Have you ever watched The Act of Killing? The genocide in modern Indonesia is nothing like anything that happened in the West. The worst thing about is the bad guys don’t get punished in the end, because they’re the Indonesian government.

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ANTIFA Guest

Stop with the fake woke agenda, if your standard applied equally then there is no country worth visit, liberal cities like New York and major Western European countries will blow Jakartan racistness out of the water, at least Jakartans were not equipped with the same snobbishness as those Western countries do.

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Hal Guest

Sounds nice but you have to go to Jakarta. Terrible traffic, sinking into the ocean and openly racist Muslims towards the more successful Han Chinese population. Maybe it’s worth a stopover on the way to Bali.

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