The Dharmawangsa is located in the heart of Kebayoran Baru, the most prestigious residential area in Jakarta, Indonesia. The distinctively residential style of the hotel offers a soothing contrast to the teeming metropolis. From the very moment of its conception, The Dharmawangsa was designed to allow the artful mixture of business and pleasure at the highest standard of Indonesian hospitality.
The hotel is elegantly and luxuriously designed consisting of 64 rooms and 36 suites. Every guest room and suite is generously capacious and opens onto a large private balcony, the perfect place to slowly unwind after a hectic day. All rooms and suites are developed in one of the five thematic schemes using traditional and original materials: Java, Pesisiran (North Java), Bali, South Sumatra and East Indonesia. Every guest has at his or her service a personal butler, each a master of the Javanese art of gracious hospitality. Exquisite ethnic fabrics and art pieces adorn the rooms, appealing to the senses, while dual-line telephones, data port, high speed internet access, briefcase-sized safe, fax machine and multimedia entertainment center reassure the business traveler.
At The Dharmawangsa, the heart of the hotel is The Majapahit Hall, a space of serene simplicity featuring a magnificent 14th century House Temple. From the Majapahit Hall, four doorways lead to four sumptuous lounges, which form the living areas of this magnificent residence bathed in natural light. Each possesses its own resplendent theme and character. Guests may withdraw to The Tea Lounge and gaze across soft lawns and tropical flora while enjoying a leisured afternoon high tea, retire to The Caviar Lounge for cocktails, sample The Bar´s signature Chocolate Martini, or savor after-dinner cognac in The Library where soothing traditional acoustic musical instruments play in the mornings, afternoons and evenings.
Located just adjacent to the entrance of the hotel, The Sriwijaya Restaurant is a thematic fine-dining restaurant, using the 8th century Sriwijaya Kingdom as its inspiration. A variety of International haute cuisine are presented in traditional silence, a warm, romantic atmosphere and impeccable service.A contemporary interpretation of old Jakarta, previously called Batavia, Jakarta restaurant, a more casual setting which presents traditional Indonesian, Asian, and contemporary Western cuisine throughout the day in a relaxing yet stylish and social atmosphere.