Sub­stance over Style

While many ser­viced ho­tels in Jakarta ex­ist to pro­vide guests with bud­get-beat­ing con­ve­nience, not all of them of­fer en­joy­able ex­pe­ri­ences. But with the in­flux of busi­ness trav­ellers in the cap­i­tal, ser­viced ho­tels must learn to meet trav­ellers’ need for

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When peo­ple think of ser­viced ho­tels, they might think of small lodg­ings, ob­so­lete fur­ni­ture, and most of all, dis­ap­point­ing aes­thet­ics. In­deed, ser­viced ho­tels have be­come ex­perts in lur­ing guests with their rea­son­able (and of­ten ridicu­lously low) prices. Ser­viced ho­tels of­ten­times pro­mote fa­cil­i­ties like free WiFi ac­cess and 24- hour ser­vices that should be con­sid­ered more as ne­ces­si­ties rather than priv­i­leges sup­ported in all ho­tels. Think of it this way: why would any­one, even those who travel for busi­ness pur­poses, de­cide to check into a ho­tel for its fast wire­less con­nec­tion when restau­rants, cafes or malls can also pro­vide it? Fave Ho­tel Ke­mang is one so­lu­tion that un­der­stands that ho­tels do not merely func­tion as places to con­duct busi­ness, go through emails, and sleep; they also serve to feed guests with a plea­sur­able ex­pe­ri­ence. Lo­cated in the ex­pa­tri­ate hub of Jakarta, Fave Ho­tel Ke­mang wishes to please guests with style, func­tion­al­ity and good value. From the out­side, this ser­viced ho­tel im­me­di­ately at­tracts with its so­phis­ti­cated ex­te­rior. The rooms pro­vided fur­ther bring you to a world of colour, with a touch of bright pink dec­o­rat­ing the space. There are two types of room: the Stan­dard Room, com­plete with fa­cil­i­ties like per­sonal safe, a flat- screen TV with satel­lite chan­nels, work desk, shower, bath­room, slip­pers and tele­phone; and the Stan­dard Room with Break­fast, which pro­vides the same fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing break­fast for two. Guests can ad­di­tion­ally re­quest for ei­ther a dou­ble or twin bed. Un­like other ser­viced ho­tels that strictly of­fer bland fa­cil­i­ties, Fave Ho­tel Ke­mang pro­vides a swim­ming pool where guests can swim while over­look­ing the city’s sky­line, dot­ted with sky­scrapers. By the pool is a ca­sual din­ing restau­rant, Lob­byn lo­cated on the rooftop where vis­i­tors can en­joy din­ing in the open air and un­der pretty lanterns. Vis­i­tors here can en­joy choices of In­done­sian, Asian or Western cuisines and also live mu­sic ev­ery Fri­day. Fave Ho­tel Ke­mang proves that ser­viced ho­tels are more than places for trav­ellers to rest. More im­por­tantly, they un­der­stand the need for busi­ness peo­ple and trav­ellers to get the most plea­sur­able ex­pe­ri­ence, even with a lim­ited amount of time. Af­ter all, af­ford­able prices should never be an ex­cuse to sub­sti­tute qual­ity.

Fave­ho­tel Ke­mang

Jl. Ke­mang 1 No. 6 Jakarta - In­done­sia t: +62 21 718 1320 t: +62 21 2952 9039 e: Ke­mangInfo@fave­ho­tels.com

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