Sheraton Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel - Opening September 15, 2015

  • Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda,
  • Kebayoran
  • Jakarta,
  • Jakarta
  • 12240
  • Indonesia
  • Map

Sheraton Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel
Local Area

Located on the northwest coast of Java, Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia. Forming part of the Superblock Gandaria City complex in South Jakarta, the Sheraton Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel is situated off of Jalan Sultan Iskandar Muda. Offices and a large retail shopping center are just steps away. Easily accessible via an outer ring road, Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) is just 32 kilometers from the hotel.

Visit Jakarta’s iconic landmark statue Selamat Datang, located in the city’s most renowned roundabout. Catch a glimpse of Jakarta’s rich history at Pasar Baru, an area that dates back to the Dutch colonial period. See the world’s last wind-powered trading schooners at the picturesque 17th-century port Sunda Kelapa. On weekends visitors, can view the official residence of the Indonesian president at Presidential Palace. You can also enjoy the captivating views from the observation deck at Monas, the city’s most famous landmark located in the center of Freedom Square.

Make time to see the National Museum’s treasures. The Elephant Building houses prehistoric, ethnographic, and archaeological artifacts, and one of the world’s largest collections of Southeast Asian ceramics and Hindu Javanese art. The Museum Wayang is dedicated to puppetry, one of Indonesia’s most famous traditional art forms. The Textile Museum and the Museum Bank Mandiri are also worth visiting.

Taman Mini Indonesia is another top attraction. This beautiful park allows visitors to explore 30 Indonesian provinces, more than 250 cultures, and other recreational facilities. Find exhilaration at one of Asia’s largest theme parks, Ancol Dream Park. Among its highlights are Fantasy World, Seaworld, and Ocean Park. More entertainment can be found at the Jakarta Arts Theater. Fully restored, the neo-renaissance building stages a wide array of local, international, and traditional art performances. Savor traditional Indonesian cuisine, including its national dishes nasi lamak (fried rice), gado gado (boiled vegetables with peanut sauce), sate (grilled meat skewers), and soto (meat and vegetable soup).


  • Soekarno-Hatta International Airport  32.0 km/19.9 miles



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