December 15, 2020, 07.14 PM – Staying in the capital city to welcome the much-anticipated 2021? Go for a luxury staycation at this five-star hotel in South Jakarta, Alila SCBD.

This uniquely designed hotel is located right at the heart of the most dynamic business district in the Indonesian capital.

The magnificent guest experience at Alila SCBD has bolstered its standing as one of the best five-star hotels in Jakarta city, thus you should get ready to be treated with splendor and delight.

Imagine a staycation where you find yourself among Jakarta’s contemporary skyscrapers with views of magnificent cityscapes right from your window.

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As one of the best five-star hotels in Jakarta city, you will be spoiled by the beauty and perks of Indonesia’s urban jungle minus its usual bustle.

This luxury five-star hotel in South Jakarta offers a special year-end holiday package, its Festive Staycation, which starts from $122 net (Rp 1,788,000) per night at its Studio Room.

The package price applies from December 20, 2020–January 3, 2021, but Marisa Fera, Alila SCBD’s Director of Sales and Marketing, noted that the prices fluctuate and are subject to change without prior notice.

When staying at this opulent hotel in South Jakarta, you would expect an all-out experience and the package offers just that for would-be guests.

Celebrate the year-end holiday by having breakfast at VONG Kitchen as well as access to Alila’s one-of-a-kind “Catwalk Pool”, the fitness center, and special bathroom amenities from Alila Living.


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