Hotel Indonesia Kempinski has become a historic landmark, a national pride. Right in front of the hotel, which is strategically located in the heart of the capital, stands the "Welcome Statue", intended to welcoming the guests who visited Jakarta on the occasion of the 4th Asian Games in 1962. The new interior for Hotel Indonesia Kempinski, was designed by Hirsch Bedner & Associates. Seeking to reclaim Hotel Indonesia's former glory and artistic legacy, the public spaces and luxury suites feature original art by Indonesia's best contemporary artist.
The hotel has 289 luxury rooms decorated with Indonesian contemporary art collection and consists of Presidential Suite (512 m2), four Diplomatic Suites, six Salon Suites, 60 Executive Junior Suites, 98 Grand Deluxe Rooms, 59 Executive Deluxe Rooms and 61 Deluxe Rooms. Each room is equipped with every conceivable convenience and luxury including a 42" flat screen TV, USB Port, Wi-Fi Broadband, a spacious bathroom with bathtub comfortable enough for two persons, two washbasins and a separate heavenly rain shower.
The hotel provides various restaurants: Signatures Restaurant, Lobby Nirwana Lounge, Sky Pool Bar Cafe, Kempi Deli, and Paulaner Brauhaus. To accommodate any function, Hotel Indonesia Kempinski provides Kempinski Grand Ballroom (3,000 m2), Bali Room (1,000 m2), 12 function rooms and business centre.