Jakarta’s New Hotspot

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Looking for stylish digs at the heart of the Indonesian capital? We think the new Alila SCBD is the address for you.

So you’re one of those insiders that know that Jakarta offers far more than just traffic jams. The Indonesian capital has a nightlife scene that rivals almost anywhere in the region, not to mention a burgeoning dining scene and cocktail culture.

You’ll find touches of both at the new Alila SCBD Jakarta, the city’s coolest new boutique enclave, which opens today beside the Indonesia Stock Exchange. A haven of hip and contemporary sophistication encompassing 227 stylish studios and suites, innovative event spaces, an outdoor pool, gym, and Spa Alila, not to mention world-class dining concepts, the newest addition to the Alila family promises to be the perfect base of operations for likely lads looking to explore Jakarta.

Alila SCBD Jakarta

Designed by Bangkok’s IAW architects, the hotel is a living gallery, with works by Australian-born architect and artist Richard Hassell and Yogyakarta-based art duo Indieguerillas. It also promises to be a new mecca for foodies and night owls alike, thanks to New York-esque Vong Kitchen and 24-hour Le Burger, both by Michelin-starred Jean-Georges Vongerichten and son Cedric, as well as Southeast Asia’s first outpost of Hakkasan.

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Nick Walton is a Hong Kong-based photojournalist and Group Managing Editor for Artemis Communications, producers of Alpha Men Asia, JETSETTER Magazine, Explorer Magazine, The Art of Business Travel, Mirandus, IKHLAS, The Journal and The Edition.

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