ACCOR, the largest international hotel operator in Southeast Asia expands its footprint in Indonesia with the signing of its second Mövenpick property in Jakarta. Scheduled to open its doors in the third quarter

of 2023, Mövenpick Jakarta Pecenongan is perfectly located in Central Jakarta, just moments from major landmarks, including the Merdeka Presidential Palace and National Monument.

According to Garth Simmons, Chief Executive Officer, Accor, Southeast Asia, Japan and South Korea said this striking 23-storey hotel is being completely transformed in line with the unique style and international standards of Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts. The premium brand from Accor, celebrates Swiss hospitality, healthy living and life’s indulgent pleasures, including fantastic food and drinks.

“Mövenpick Jakarta Pecenongan will feature 253 rooms and suites, all adorned with contemporary interiors. A selection of exclusive rooms and suites will offer access to the 7th floor executive lounge, where guests can enjoy private check-in, elevated services, daily refreshments and more,” he said.

A collection of five restaurants and bars will be available, including an inviting all-day dining destination and a specialty restaurant and bar on the ground floor, which are set to become popular with hotel guests and local residents alike.

Corporate guests and meeting planners can take advantage of extensive event spaces, including two impressive ballrooms, a bright pre-function area and multiple meeting rooms, all integrated with audio-visual technology. This makes Mövenpick Jakarta Pecenongan an outstanding option for every type of event, from corporate conferences and gala dinners to training sessions, press briefings, product launches and more.

“We are delighted to introduce our world-famous Mövenpick brand to downtown Jakarta.Following the success of our Mövenpick resort in Bali and our recently signed Mövenpick hotel at Jakarta Airport, we have been seeking the opportunity to introduce this renowned brand to the Central District of Indonesia’s capital,” Garth Simmons concluded.

Accor is one of the leading international operators in Indonesia, with 130 hotels and a healthy pipeline of 53 projects across the country. []