Tuesday, February 24, 2015

The Launch of Aston Anyer Beach Hotel


Archipelago International has officially opened its doors to Aston Anyer Beach Hotel, its newest beachfront hotel, to an overwhelmingly positive response of travelers in the region, February 24th, 2015.  This hotel marks its 100th for the group and is set to host an exclusive launch party in April on site.

Anyer, a breathtaking beachside setting in Banten, is one of the most sought-after holiday destinations for Jakarta and West Java’s residents. But for many business travelers, Anyer is becoming most popular for its close proximity to Cilegon – a major coastal industrial city famous for its thriving factories and trading opportunities.

Cilegon, also located in the Banten province of Indonesia, cover 175.51km2 of industrial and commercial land. Among the factories in Cilegon are Krakatau Steel Company, a vital producer of steel for domestic and foreign needs, and Asahimas Chemical Company. Unsurprisingly, Cilegon has garnered the nickname "Steel City" since the city is the largest steel producer in Southeast Asia, producing around 6 million tons of steel each year.

Additionally, Cilegon is also one of the vital state objects. This is because there is a wide range of other vital objects in the city such as the Merak Harbour, the Krakatau Steel Industrial Zone, as well as PLTU Suralaya, the Krakatau power plant, the Krakatau Tirta Industrial Water Treatment Plant and the Sunda Strait Industrial Zones. With these major industrial landmarks so close to Anyer in Cilegon, together with the opening of the new airport in Banten, the city and surrounding area is destined to become one of West Java's preferred MICE and leisure destinations, with the added bonus of Anyer beach on the doorstep for when business travelers are off the clock.

Aston Anyer Beach Hotel is located in the heart of Anyer only 90 minutes from Indonesia's capital city, offering the perfect mix of convenience and exotic scenery. This 3 star hotel on Jalan Raya Karang Bolong will feature 101 guest rooms and suites stylishly designed in the contemporary Aston way. As part of the MICE facilities, the modern conference center boasts 3 auxiliary meeting rooms purposefully built on the top floor to soak up the beautiful ocean views. Complete with an outdoor terrace, this breezy area is perfect for refreshing coffee breaks or dramatic sunset cocktail receptions.

The three meetings rooms range in size, from the smallest room that can accommodate up to 85 people, through to the largest room than can hold up to 400 guests. Each of the meeting rooms also include their own partitions, meaning they can be divided into three smaller rooms for more intimate meetings, or opened up for larger MICE events and other social gatherings.


The hotel also features a cozy all-day dining restaurant for casual meetings or a relaxed meal, together with recreational facilities for downtime including an outdoor swimming pool, a private beach, a pool table and ping pong table and a bonfire pit.

“We are very excited and proud to open our 100th hotels as the latest Aston brand here in Anyer. We have received very good response with 65% occupancy since its opened in December. Many families are coming for the weekend and also start receiving group meeting for the weekday. Not only is Anyer a stunning location for a beachside break, it is also in close proximity to Cilegon, meaning Anyer is also on the radar of business travelers that flock to the bustling industrial city. With this in mind, we are delighted to be offering Aston Anyer Beach Hotel as a MICE destination to cater to the area's business market.” Said Mr. Charles Brookfield – Chairman of Archipelago International.

Loama Resort Maldives @ Maamigili, Maldives: Pulau Rahasia Kaum Bangsawan

Sebuah museum di lobi, galeri seni moderen di atas air, dan tekad untuk berbeda dari yang lain, menampilkan bakat lokal dan tradisi yang dipegang teguh hingga saat ini.


Resor mewah terunik di Maladewa telah dibuka, meninggalkan jejak di pasir dan melangkahi arti kemewahan dalam menawarkan ketenangan dari hiruk-pikuk kota melalui seni, kebudayaan, dan warisan budaya di surga yang belum terjamah pada perbatasan akhir negara.
 
Loama Resort Maldives at Maamigili adalah pulau tersendiri berbentuk tetes airmata yang dahulu merupakan taman bermain raja-raja kuno, bagian dari sebelah utara Raa Atoll yang belum terjamah, di luar resor populer Baa Atoll, dan terletak di perbatasan akhir Maladewa di mana lokasinya begitu terpencil, dengan harta karun berupa karang-karang dan pantai rahasia yang menanti untuk ditemukan.  

General Manager Loama Resort, Andres Rubio, mengungkapkan kegembiraannya menyambut hangat tamu-tamu pertama di resor tersebut dengan ‘Marhaba’, ‘selamat datang’ dalam Bahasa Maldives. “Kami menciptakan tempat keramahan yang menyelam lebih jauh dan menawarkan horizon yang lebih lebar daripada tradisi liburan di Maladewa yang menyatukan kesenangan, memanjakan diri dan bermandi matahari. Tentu saja Anda tetap dapat melakukan hal itu semua bahkan lebih, namun kami tambahkan pula seni, kebudayaan dan warisan budaya. “

Resor ini telah membuka galeri seni Maladewa moderen pertama, Loama Art Gallery, sebuah paviliun di atas air yang begitu menajubkan, dekat dermaga kedatangan resor ini dengan dukungan dari National Art Gallery of Maldives di Male.

Museum Loama terletak di lobi dan seterusnya. Terdapat koleksi penting seperti artefak dari periode penting dalam sejarah bangsa Maladewa, mulai dari koleksi porselen Cina dari abad ke-15, hingga penemuan bak mandi yang tenggelam di pulau ini pada abad ke-11 lalu. Benda-benda ini merupakan sebagian dari artefak kuno lain yang masih dalam proses penggalian untuk kemudian menambah koleksi museum. 


Vila-vila resor membentang di atas hijaunya perairan Samudera Hindia nan kemilau, sementara vila di pantai menawarkan gaya moderen dengan sentuhan menawan dan khas Maladewa. Setiap kamar diberi nama asli Maladewa yang merefleksikan warisan budaya, sejarah dan keterkaitan dengan kebudayaan Maladewa. Atap jerami dan ornamen ala Maldives memberi sensasi lingkungan yang kaya akan budaya asli bagi para tamu seperti dermaga dan pancuran air di luar yang canggih dan modern.   

Resor ini menawarkan enam tempat bersantap yang masing-masing menyajikan pengalaman berbeda bagi penggemar makanan. Termasuk Thundi, restoran fine dining ala Thailand yang menawarkan resep asli Thailand yang diolah menjadi hidangan mutakhir dan Meyzu, restoran Jepang dengan bar sushi dan teppanyaki yang berdesis di area terbuka restoran. Ada pula Fazaa, restoran bersantap sepanjang hari, yang menawarkan hidangan ala Barat, Asia dan Mediteranie dalam suasana bersantap di luar ruangan yang segar. Bagi penggemar barbekyu, Athiri Club adalah tempat bagi Anda untuk menikmati barbekyu dengan tema-tema tertentu yang tersedia.   

Terletak di samping kolam renang, Iru Café menawarkan hidangan Italia, mulai dari pasta buatan sendiri, pizza dan makanan Italia favorit lain sementara  Marha Bar sempurna untuk tempat bersantai dengan minuman koktil kegemaran anda atau para tamu setiap harinya dapat menikmati teh berkualitas ditemani dengan camilan khas Maladewa seperti Bajiya, Riha Folhi, Mas Roshi, saat hi-tea tiba.

Resor ini juga menghadirkan tempat tinggal ala Maladewa yang terdiri atas pintu dan perabot kuno berusia ratusan tahun yang menceritakan kembali sejarah dan budaya Maladewa. 
 
Menurut Rubio, Loama beroperasi dekat dengan desa-desa tetangga untuk meneruskan adat istiadat tradisional seperti menenun, mencabik kelapa, membuat dram dan lain sebagainya, dan para penduduklah yang menjadi bagian terakhir yang melengkapi konsep tersebut kepada para tamu. 

Para tamu dapat menjadi Indiana Jones untuk sehari, menyaksikan penggalian bebatuan dengan hasil yang luar biasa – seperti dua bak mandi jaman Buddha komunal di pulau yang berusia ribuan tahuun – atau mereka dapat mengunjungi desa tradisional dengan pemandu wisata yang ahli dalam menunjukkan kehidupan sesungguhnya penduduk sekitar. 

“Dalam menyusun, kurasi dan mengatur koleksi di museum dan galeri seni, kami telah menunjuk Manager Kebudayaan dan Warisan Budaya – sebuah deskripsi pekerjaan yang belum pernah anda dengar di resor mewah lain,” jelasnya. 
 
Para tamu dapat memilih pengalaman dan kegiatan sesuai keinginan, seperti piknik di tempat terpencil di pulau bergurun hingga menyaksikan pertunjukan lumba-lumba di ‘dhoni’, kapal tradisional Maladewa, sampai memancing untuk disantap, menyelam dengan keindahan biota laut bintang lima, kelas-kelas budaya dan memasak.

Pengalaman spa di Loama Resort juga tak kalah istimewanya dengan memadukan rahasia tradisional yang tak lekang waktu dan kearifan serta penyembuhan ala nenek moyang Maladewa dengan praktek-praktek kebugaran terbaik dan moderen. “Pilih perawatan yang anda suka di salah satu Beach Villa yang dikelilingi keindahan alam Maladewa atau kamar Ocean Villa kami yang berlantai kaca,” ujar Rubio.


Tentang Loama Resort Maldives at Maamigili
Loama Resort Maldives at Maamigili adalah resor mewah dengan kapasitas 105 kamar yang terletak di danau bermandikan matahari, pantai yang dikelilingi pohon palem dan panorama nan sempurna, terbentang di atas 100 hektar batukarang yang masih murni di daerah Raa Atoll. Resor ini mewujudkan suasana Maladewa yang khas dengan charisma dan ketenangan alam pedesaan, kebudayaan indah yang penuh gairah, semua warisan tersebut tertata apik dalam kepulauan Maladewa.

Dibuka Januari 2015,  Loama Resort Maldives at Maamigili adalah milik GJS Pte Ltd, yang juga merupakan pemilik Ossia Holdings, konglomerasi bisnis dengan perusahaan yang terdaftar pada papan utama Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST).  Ossia Holdings memiliki minat mengembangkan portofolio beragam dalam bisnisnya termasuk investasi keuangan, pengembangan properti, pertambangan, solusi lingkungan, fesyen dan eceran, dengan kehadiran kuat di pasar regional seperti Singapura, Malaysia, Taiwan dan Hong Kong. 

Monday, February 23, 2015

Digital Publications


PERKEMBANGAN teknologi yang cepat menuntut semua hal menjadi lebih praktis dan mudah. Kehadiran majalah digital, karenanya, menjadi penting, bahkan mulai menggusur media konvensional – tutupnya sejumlah majalah cetak di sebuah penerbitan besar adalah contoh yang konretnya.

Menjamurnya PC tablet, juga smart phone dan phablet, tak ayal, membuat marak penerbitan media digital. Selain praktis, mudah, dan efisien, majalah digital juga tampil lebih atraktif dan komunikatif, serta kaya akan konten yang membuat pembaca bisa lebih menikmati platform baru ini.

Memang, ada yang bilang bahwa majalah digital saat ini hanya mewakili sebagian kecil dari total sirkulasi majalah saat ini, terutama di Indonesia yang pertumbuhan majalah digitalnya tidak sepesat di negara-negara maju. Tapi banyak yang lupa bahwa oplah majalah cetak nasional juga tidak berkembang, bahkan makin mengecil.  

Kalau ada yang bilang bahwa majalah digital tidak serta merta menggantikan  media cetak, itu memag benar adanya. Industri penerbitan digital yang relatif baru dimulai ini, tepatnya tahun 2010, memang memerlukan waktu menancapkan eksistensinya. Perlu beberapa waktu lagi untuk mengembangkan pemahaman yang mendalam dari teknologi baru ini, baik oleh publisher maupun pembaca.


Di Indonesia sendiri mungkin terlalu cepat mengatakan media cetak akan mati digantikan media digital. Tapi juga terlalu naif kalau menyatakan media cetak akan terus hidup. Banyak alasan yang membuat media cetak makin mengecil untuk tidak mengatakan mati. Yang pertama adalah fakta bahwa harga kertas dan biaya cetak makin mahal, belum lagi soal ketidakramahan terhadao lingkungan. Fakta berikutnya, media digital terus berkembang, masyarakat juga semakin melek digital dengan tingkat penggunaan smartphone dan tablet yag semakin meluas tanpa pandang status sosial.

Memang, seperti dikatakan Profesor Jurnalistik Klaus Meier dari Universitas Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Jerman, bahwa media cetak tak akan langsung mati, tapi akan ada perpaduan antara media cetak dan online atau digital. “Di masa depan, mereka akan hadir saling melengkapi,” katanya.  

Tidak jelas, sejauh mana porsi masing-masing, antara cetak dan digital. Tapi yang  jelas, digitalisasi media adalah sebuah keniscayaan. Tantangan semua publisher yang ingin tetap bertahan. Itu pula tantangan yang diemban MALE sebagai salah satu pelopor penerbitan digital di Tanah Air. Tantangan untuk selalu menghadirkan konten yang menarik, yang dikemas dalam sebuah platform yang menarik pula. Kreativitas, itulah yang selalu diasah terus-menerus, untuk menghasilkan yang terbaik. (Burhan Abe)

Sumber: Editor’s Note – MALE 122 http://male.detik.com

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Not Your Average Cuppa in Singapore


4 Cafés Off Singapore’s Beaten Path

Source: stayfareast.com
In Singapore, coffee comes in many different forms - from a Kopi O Gau in a traditional kopitiam to an espresso at a coffee chain or a latte art-topped cuppa in an independent café. The latter is a recent development, as the Third Wave Movement – treating coffee as an artisanal foodstuff – made its way from America, Australia and Europe to Singapore.

With the growth of local and regional barista competitions that have brought the art of coffee making to the forefront along with the rise of artisanal coffee roasters, a strong café culture has taken root in Singapore. And so over the last decade, cafés with their own identity, character and quirks have begun to spring up across the island, a counterpoint to mass market establishments - some in the most unexpected of places. Here’s a guide to cafés on the island’s paths less travelled, a perfect way to explore a side of Singapore familiar only to locals.

Source: sharontravelogue.com

Chye Seng Huat Hardware: Tools of the Trade
Lavender, once an industrial district of small workshops, is a growing garden patch of cafés. Ask for a recommendation here, and Chye Seng Huat Hardware will be frequently mentioned. Housed in a former hardware store - hence the name - the café isn’t just a place to have a cuppa. It also houses a coffee school, private tasting room and roastery.

Behind the retro, Straits Settlement Art Deco front (complete with a traditional Chinese signboard), the café serves up its java in an industrial-chic setting. Beyond coffee, there is a good selection of ‘Tummy Fillers’ (as the café calls them) and sweet treats, amongst which the Madeleines and the Hazelnut Coffee Muffin stand out.

150 Tyrwhitt Road
Tel: +65 6396 0609
Opening Hours: 09.00 – 19.00, Tuesday – Sunday (Open until 10pm on weekend)

Source: the4moose.blogspot.com
Colbar Eating House: A Taste of Nostalgia
For a setting more relaxing and calming than the average bustling cafe, head over to this leafy little corner of Whitchurch Road. Echoes of a Singapore past still linger here, which is part of the charm of Colbar Eating House, a storied café that used to service the now defunct British military barracks nearby.

Choice here is extensive, focusing on Asian interpretations of Western food that will be familiar to locals and intriguing to visitors. Short for Colonial Bar, Colbar serves up dishes like Sausages and Eggs, Pork Chops with Mushrooms, Marmite Sandwiches, Fried Rice and Fried Noodles in Gravy, usually washed down with coffee done the Singaporean way – wok-fried coffee beans with condensed milk.

9A Whitchurch Road
Tel: +65 6779 4859
Opening Hours: 11.00 – 23.00 (Tuesday – Sunday)

Source: WimblyYu.com
Wimbly Lu Chocolate Café: Sweet Dreams Are Made Of These
As the name suggests, Wimbly Lu operates on the dessert spectrum of cafés. Located in the small commercial strip of a quiet suburban neighbourhood, Wimbly Lu looks quaintly inviting upon entry: all colourful vintage furniture, exposed red brick walls and mismatched plates.

The dessert menu is extensive, from classic staples like Tiramisu, Éclairs, Brownies and Lava Cakes, to treats like Eton Mess and homemade Truffles, to quirkier experiments like the popular Root Beer Cake and seasonal Kit Kat Brownie. Wimbly Lu is also known for its waffles – crisp and fluffy – as well as its selection of ice creams. Savoury options are also available for those that want a full meal.

15-2, Jalan Riang
Tel: +65 6289 1489
Opeing Hour: 01.00 – 23.30, Tuesday – Sunday (09.00 – 23.00 Saturday and Sunday)

Source: GreatNewPlaces.com
Whale and Cloud: Tap The Third Brick From The Left To Enter
Getting to the speakeasy-inspired Whale and Cloud is an adventure in itself. Accessed through a nondescript blue door (the only evidence being a Harry Potter-esque 48 3/4 number, a stencil of the word ‘OPEN’ and a bench) in the back alley of Niven Road in Rochor, you enter Whale and Cloud with a knock on the door. No bells, no buzzers, just a knock.

Inside is a tiny, cosy space that feels like stepping into someone’s studio apartment. The coffee is excellent and sourced from the owner’s personal travels. There is a selection of homemade cakes and biscuits available, and when it is time to leave, drop an appropriate pay-what-you-will amount in the trust box before exiting Singapore’s best discreet little hideaway.

48 Niven Road
Opening Hours: 09.00 – 16.00 (only open on Saturday)

Nasi Campur Ayam Betutu a la Kedewatan @ Harris Hotel Raya Kuta Bali


Indonesia as a country has a lot of traditional menus that come from each province. For travelers, both from domestic and international, traditional or typical food must be something that they are looking for while visiting one or more places. This is the reason why Harris Hotel Raya Kuta decided to choose “Nasi Campur Ayam Betutu a la Kedewatan” from Balinese traditional menu to deliver culinary pleasure to travelers when they are visiting Bali.

Travelers can find the “Nasi Campur Ayam Betutu a la Kedewatan” menu in the Chef Suggestion’s Menu. This menu consists of ayam betutu (chicken cooked with special Balinese spices) and served with some condiments: various chicken, vegetables, fried nuts, sate lilit chicken and two special sambals with steamed rice.


“Nasi Campur Ayam Betutu a la Kedewatan is a traditional cuisine from Kedewatan – Ubud (name of one famous village in Bali). It has a rich taste and spiciness from traditional Balinese seasonings. The presentation of our Nasi Campur Ayam Betutu a la Kedewatan really represents the original “Nasi Campur Kedewatan” from Kedewatan village,” said Chef Maleachi, the Executive Chef.

Harris Cafe is a name for restaurant in all Harris Hotels. The restaurant serves various selection of menu from Asian to Western. The tag line “Healthy Lifestyle Menu” means no MSG used, less sugar and salt, but still has delicious taste. Calories information is present in the entire menu as guideline for customers striving for healthy lifestyle.

Harris Hotel Raya Kuta Bali has also launched a special traditional Indonesian menu to be found in every "Harris Cafe" across Harris Hotels in Indonesia by 2015.

Harris Hotel Raya Kuta Bali
Jl. Raya Kuta No. 83E
Kuta Badung, Bali 80361
T. +62 361 763 863/F. +62 361 763 867

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Tantalizing Chocolate Dinner @ The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place


The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place refreshingly brings another gastronomic experience to the guests by presenting a delightful Chocolate dinner with Chocolatier Andy Van den Broeck at Pacific Restaurant & Lounge on 5 March 2015.

Chocolate has been described as being more than a food and has become one of the most popular flavors in the world. It also can bring health benefits, for heart and for blood pressure. It is the perfect time to bring the sweetness to every palate.

Guest can indulge in the mouth-watering sweet treats with menu selection of Cocoa Clove Cured Beef, Parmesan Pudding Red Wine Infused Goat Cheese Caramelized Cocoa Nibs; Fish Pasta Bon Bon, White Chocolate Kemangi Sauce; Coffee Braised Beef, Dark Chocolate Sauce and spectacular desserts from "Textures Of Chocolate" (Flexible Ganache, Chocolate Coral, Chocolate Crumble, Chocolate Puffs) to second dessert, Kecombrang Infused Dark Chocolate Mousse, Raspberry Fluid Gel, Salted Chocolate feuilletine, Pistachio Madeleine.

A special occasion not to be missed! The chocolate dinner can be enjoyed at price Rp. 550,000++ per person for a five-course dinner.

Pacific Restaurant & Lounge is located on the 6th floor of The Ritz- Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place. The place is a combination of a fine dining restaurant with comfortable yet cozy lounge and bar area overlooking the magnificent busy Jakarta commercial district.

Reservation can be made to Pacific Restaurant & Lounge at +62 21 25501993.


The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place is a place for those who prefer to have the comfort of home while indulging in the legendary personal service and warm hospitality from The Ritz-Carlton Ladies and Gentlemen. Conveniently located next to The Jakarta Stock Exchange, easily accessible from anywhere in the city, the hotel is perched on top of Pacific Mall & Entertainment complex. The hotel features 62 guest rooms which include 20 Superior Grand Club Rooms, 23 Deluxe Grand Club Rooms, 8 Executive Grand Club Rooms, 7 Mayfair Suites, 2 Mayfair Spa Suites, 1 Ritz-Carlton Suite and 1 Presidential Suite. A total of 139 residences are available in 1 bedroom, 2 bedrooms and 3 bedrooms units. The Club Lounge features ample seating and working space, 2 meeting rooms, business center services and complimentary Wireless Internet access. Pacific Restaurant & Lounge offers a buffet selection and ala carte menu with International and Asian cuisines.

Four private dining rooms are available for exclusive functions. 8 Lounge an ideal open air lounge to enjoy romantic escape. A 3,800sqm ballroom and 3,800sqm pre function area can cater up to 10,000 people for standing reception or 2,400 people of sit down banquets.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Koiki Eatery: Kaiseki by Chef Takaishi Akira


Koiki Eatery is a chic Japanese Restaurant located in Senopati Suites; on f most exquisite boutique apartment in Jakarta. Koiki means stylish, but can also be interpreted as enjoy. This name was especially chosen to create an environment where people can enjoy both their meal and each other’s company.


Inside Koiki, built using natural elements such as wood and stone, they have seating capacity of 50. The guests may sit in the standard dining area with its wooden chairs and tables, at the sofa lounge in the smoking area or at the sushi bar for direct encounter with the Japanese Master Sushi Chef Takaishi Akira who came from Nishinomiya a district close to Kobe and Osaka, Japan. Chef Akira is famous for his talented skills and Kaiseki techniques. His special menu is the omakase course and bespoke sushi-sashimi along with sake or sochu selected by the chef, himself. He also embraced the Indonesian palate by adopting Koiki’s all time favorite Makimono or Sushi Roll such as Koiki Rolls (Chopped salmon, chopped chili, tempura flakes, spring onion and flying fish roe) and Buffalo Rolls (Chopped shitake, asparagus and tobiko wrapped with sushi rice, thin sliced aburi beef Angus meat and fried garlic).



Apart from sushi and sashimi, Koiki Eatery broadened its menu selection by serving High Quality Japanese Meat from Kagoshima cooked as Shabu-shabu, Sukiyaki, Yakiniku and Hoba Yaki. They also serve authentic Japanese soba, ramen, udon noodles. They recommend soba since the main ingredient of soba is buckwheat – a primitive grain rich in protein (20 amino acids including Arginine, Lysine and Choline), fiber, minerals (iron, phosphorus and copper), Vitamin E, and Vitamins B1 and B2. The regular consumption of protein-rich soba by the Japanese people has been associated with many benefits such as the maintenance of healthy hair, skin, regular blood pressure and liver function; guarding against depression and fatigue; longevity, and reduction of body fat. Koiki Soba is the perfect combination of Koiki’s sushi and sashimi, both with light, refreshing taste the compliments the other.

For younger customers, Koiki has special menus that include Hanae sushi (special custom-made sushi in cute shapes), children’s bento, ekonomiyaki, takoyaki and some special desserts like Matcha/Green Tea fondue, Chocolate Melt Cake and Japanese Dessert Sampler.


Koiki Eatery embraces the Japanese tradition on creating remarkable food presentation. They believe that how the food looks is no less important than how it tastes, and their variety of intricate way of cutting, arranging and serving guarantee that the eye will be as satisfied as the stomach. Koiki Eatery’s motto is ‘Serving from the heart’. They at Koiki Eatery are not so much in the food business as in the service sector, and they are committed to achieving excellence in this area as well as their customer’s complete satisfaction.

Koiki Eatery
Senopati Suites
Senopati Raya No 41 Jakarta
T: +62 21 292 48351