Inspired by textile markets, the Ibis Styles Jakarta Tanah Abang hotel is nothing short of unique and dynamic.
“The hotel concept hones in on the Tanah Abang Textile Market as the central theme thus when you enter, you will find a distinctive reception counter. The flooring takes inspiration from the older models found at the textile market during the 1970s,” said Fauzih Adhim, General Manager of this 'instagrammable' hotel in Jakarta.
Throughout this Ibis Styles hotel in Jakarta, guests will find plenty of 'instagrammable' photo locations and décor including a sewing machine and all things attributed to the Tanah Abang Textile Market.
This accommodation in the capital city has its sTREATs Restaurant which features food counters adorned with measuring tapes commonly used by tailors.
Ornaments shaped like textile cloth are draped around the hotel restaurant’s lights that hang above.
Elevators of this Jakarta accommodation are purposefully designed to appear like a fitting room replete with three mirrors.
The textile market concept becomes clearer as guests make their way through hotel hallways and into their rooms where the room number plates have been shaped into clothing hangers.