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Pan Pacific Jakarta opens in Central Thamrin

Pan Pacific Jakarta opens in Central Thamrin

Pan Pacific Jakarta sets to open on 1 June 2024 as the tallest luxury hotel in Jakarta. Located in Thamrin Nine’s iconic Luminary Tower, the building is designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, a world renowned American architectural firm.

The hotel’s 158 rooms are spread across levels 71 to 90, with the exclusive Japanese restaurant, Keyaki, and rooftop bar offering guests an elevated experience in the heart of the city. This prime location also gives guests direct access to some of Jakarta’s most prestigious shopping and entertainment venues.

For easy access throughout the city, guests can enjoy seamless connectivity to the city’s modern MRT, LRT, and Commuter Lines. Additionally, a nearby Airport Train service offers a fuss-free route to and from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, making Pan Pacific Jakarta an ideal choice for both international travelers and local visitors seeking convenient and efficient transportation links.

Ed Brea, Complex, General Manager of Pan Pacific Jakarta, explains, “Pan Pacific Jakarta is underpinned by its sophisticated design and ambiance of Graceful Luxury. The launch marks an important milestone for Pan Pacific Hotels Group, following the recent launch of PARKROYAL Serviced Suites Jakarta and the forthcoming PARKROYAL Hotel Jakarta which promises an even more diverse and enriching stay experience in Indonesia’s business capital.”

A Symphony of Comfort and Tranquility


Designed by leading hospitality design firm, Hirsh Bedner & Associates, the 158 luxurious rooms and suites cater to the nuanced needs of both business and leisure travelers. The hotel’s design resonates with the philosophy of “less is more” where chic aesthetics harmonize with avant-garde designs. All guestrooms are meticulously crafted narratives of tailored comfort, curated for discerning connoisseurs of business luxury. Soft palettes and clean lines in every room invite one to unwind amidst a backdrop of unparalleled panoramic views of the city’s skyline. For a restful night’s sleep, guests will be treated to its signature Happy Sleepers Programme; personalized pillow menu, turndown service, and soothing mist.


Adorned with luxurious marble walls and illuminated by the gentle glow of a chandelier centerpiece, the lobby exudes an aura of understated elegance. In addition, Pan Pacific Jakarta offers a range of facilities designed to provide guests with a relaxing and rejuvenating experience.  Located on the 71st floor, the hotel features an indoor pool, perfect for a refreshing swim in a serene environment. Fitness enthusiasts can take advantage of the well-equipped gym, while those seeking relaxation can indulge in the steam room.

Located on the topmost floor, the Pacific Club Lounge overlooks the Jakarta skyline and epitomizes exclusivity and tranquility. The lounge boosts an elegant setting, offering a serene and private environment exclusively for guests staying in the Club and Suites room.  The Pacific Club Lounge caters to all-day dining and showcases a fusion of international cuisine, accentuating locally sourced ingredients and flavors indigenous to the region.


Perched on the 90th floor, Keyaki Japanese Restaurant prides itself on authentic Japanese flavors and traditional preparation techniques.  Drawing inspiration from Japanese screens, the restaurant boasts a vibrant palette of pop green stone and dimensional green tiles,  elevating the culinary experience.  The tallest restaurant in Jakarta, it is helmed by Japanese Executive Chef, Kunihiro Moroi in collaboration with Kyoto’s own two-Michelin-starred Chef, Takagi Kazuo.

Eden 00 Carbon Bar is a botanical destination bar with an outdoor garden terrace that offers a breathtaking view of the central Thamrin skyline.  The bar features a sustainability-focused mixology program that utilizes locally sourced for its extensive range of cocktails. The bar’s extensive menu will constantly evolve through collaborations with guest mixologists from Asia’s most renowned bars as well as within the Pan Pacific Hotels Group.