A MEM­O­RABLE MAKEOVER

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Jakarta-bound trav­el­ers in search of cen­trally lo­cated lodg­ings should look to the city s reva ed hangri- a otel resh o its rst a or ren­o­va­tion since the ro erty opened back in 1994, the in­te­ri­ors sport a brand-new look that draws in­spi­ra­tion from the rich ar­ti­sanal tra­di­tions found across the In­done­sian archipelago. Wood en­grav­ings and mod­ern batik and tenun fab­rics adorn the 662 re­freshed rooms, de­signed with a warm color pal­ette cen­tered on sil­ver and gold. For an even more lux­u­ri­ous stay, book from six pre­mium room cat­e­gories that range from the Hori­zon lub room to the res­i­den­tial and hree ay suite. ach of these comes tted with a spa­cious liv­ing area, and pre­mium guests can ac­cess the Hori­zon lub ounge on the 2 rd oor, a dis­creet venue that o ers daily bu et break­fasts, af­ter­noon tea, and even­ing cock­tails with cheese and wine, and re­fresh­ments through­out the day. Other re­cent ad­di­tions to the Shangri-La in­clude the Aqua Play­ground and the con­tem­po­rary Chi­nese res­tau­rant Jia. For more in­for­ma­tion, call 62-21/2922-9999 or visit shangri-la.com

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