The Best Western Senayan is located in the heart of Central Jakarta, surrounded by multinational companies, luxury lifestyle malls and high-end residences.
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It is also just moments from the Jakarta Convention Center, which hosts major international events and concerts. Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Indonesia's main sporting arena, and just a 45 minute drive from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
The hotel features 137 contemporary rooms, all equipped with sleep-inducing beds, power showers, complimentary Wi-Fi, and backed by Best Western's legendary service standards. Guests can also enjoy Indonesian and International Cuisine at the restaurant and get to work in one of our five meeting rooms.
Bringing an exciting new midscale option to this desirable downtown district, the Best Western Senayan is designed to offer complete comfort, convenience and connectivity at a reasonable price.
Guest laundry cost per piece and will base on consumption
Safe deposit box
Cable or satellite television
Computer available, in the lobby, complimentary use 24 hours
Audio/visual equipment, including LCD Projector, Screens, IBM Table
Meeting facilities, located on the 6th Floor
Banquet facilities, includes banquet chinaware, flatware, and other meeting equipment
Conference facilities, located on the 6th Floor
Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
Storage space, complimentary, available 24 hours
Cable or satellite television, color, remote, CNN® or other 24 hour news station
AM/FM alarm clock
AM/FM radio stereo
Iron, ironing board available, upon request
Direct dial telephone
Wake-up calls available, upon request
Sofa bed available
Adjoining rooms available
Power converters for international guests
Electrical adapter for international guest
1.00 kilometer(s) from Kementerian Pemuda, Graha Pemuda dan Olahraga commonly known as Kemenpora, this is the Indonesian government’s Ministry of Youth & Sports. One of the earliest ministries created after Indonesia’s independence, Kemenpora is dedicated to the development of physical education in schools and communities.
1.00 kilometer(s) from Indonesia Stock Exchange, also known as the Bursa Efek Indonesia, was created in 2007 following the merger of the Jakarta and Surabaya stock exchanges. As of the end of 2017, the exchange had 566 listed companies and handled more than 312,000 daily transactions.
0.25 kilometer(s) from Maybank Indonesia, is the eighth largest Indonesian bank. It is 97.4% owned by Maybank of Malaysia. Originally named PT Bank Internasional Indonesia (BII), Maybank Indonesia’s network now comprises approximately 390 branches and 1,200 ATMs.
0.4 kilometer(s) from Kementerian Pendidikan, Indonesia’s Ministry of Education & Culture is a government ministry which organizes early childhood education, elementary education, secondary education and community education affairs and the management of cultural affairs throughout the country.
3.2 kilometer(s) from Bank Mandiri Headquarter, established in 1998 as part of the Indonesian government’s bank restructuring program. In July 1999, four state-owned banks - Bank Bumi Daya, Bank Dagang Negara, Bank Exim and Bapindo - were amalgamated into Mandiri, which is now Indonesia’s largest bank.
5.9 kilometer(s) from Satriamandala Museum, literally meaning “the sacred place of the knights”, a museum dedicated to the history of the armed forces. Located on Gatot Soebroto Street in South Jakarta, Satriamandala Museum and sits on 5.6 hectares of land and the exhibits are divided between three buildings. It is the main military museum in Indonesia.
0.5 kilometer(s) from Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, a multi-purpose stadium located at the center of the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Complex in Central Jakarta. While it is mainly used for football matches, Gelora Bung Karno is also the main venue for the 2018 Asian Games. With a capacity of approximately 76,000 spectators, it is one the largest football stadiums in Asia.
11.00 kilometer(s) from National Monument, also known as Monumen Nasional or Monas, is an iconic landmark of Jakarta. Rising 132 meters in the centre of Merdeka Square, Central Jakarta, this monument commemorates Indonesia’s struggle for independence. Monas opened to the public in 1975 and has been a symbol of the country ever since, topped by a golden foil flame.
1.00 kilometer(s) from Senayan National Golf Club a green oasis in the heart of one of the world’s busiest cities. Originally developed in 1968, the course originally catered for dignitaries and expat businessmen. Having been modernized in 2012, with a new clubhouse, lounge and meeting rooms, this is a relaxing space where Indonesians can unwind in the heart of the city.
15.00 kilometer(s) from Fatahillah Museum, also known as the Jakarta History Museum (or Museum Sejarah Jakarta), is located in Kota Tua – Jakarta’s historic old town. Originally constructed in 1710 as the colonial city hall, the museum opened in 1974 and now displays approximately 23,500 objects relating to the area’s history, including olds maps, paintings, ceramics, furniture and more.
Chill In Cafe on premises full service, Asian and International, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., buffet and ala carte are also available
Adjacent to Sumiya, full service, International, open for: lunch, dinner, Japanese Charcoal Grill
0.3 kilometer(s) from Beautika®, cafe, International, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
1.5 kilometer(s) from Loewy, brasserie, International, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
3 kilometer(s) from Resto Mandala, cafe, International, open for: lunch, dinner
1 kilometer(s) from Penang Bistro, cafe, International, open for: lunch, dinner
2.20 kilometer(s) from Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, also known as the Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, or Unika Atma Jaya, is an institute of higher learning in Jakarta. Founded by the Atma Jaya Foundation in 1960, its main campus is in the Semanggi area of South Jakarta.
0.20 kilometer(s) from Bina Nusantara University, also known as BINUS University, was created in 1974 to provide modern computer courses for local Indonesians. It has continued to expand since then, winning many awards for its technical teaching. BINUS now has many faculties relating to different subjects.
0.20 kilometer(s) from Universitas Prof Dr Moestopo, established in 1961, this is Jakarta’s specialist college for dentistry and dental studies. It is named after Major General Professor Moestopo, a dentist, freedom fighter and educator who has been declared a National Hero of Indonesia.
0.80 kilometer(s) from Al-Azhar University, is a private Muslim school in Jakarta. It provides specialist Islamic teaching in several major areas of engineering, including electronics, computer science and biotechnology. The school is located close to a mosque and food stalls.
8.50 kilometer(s) from London School of Public Relations, LSPR is a world-class institute specializing in public relations and communications, with an international environment. Its courses are highly regarded with companies in the UK and worldwide, and its client list includes the BBC, Shell, Merrill Lynch, Air France and Samsung.
35.00 kilometer(s) from Bogor, known as the “Rainy City”, Bogor is located on a hill and benefits from a cooler climate. Easily accessible from Jakarta, Bogor has grown to become a center for industry, tourism and commerce.
25.00 kilometer(s) from Tangerang, a city in the province of Banten, 25.00 kilometers west of Jakarta. Part of the Greater Jakarta urban region, Tangerang is one of the world’s most highly populated suburban cities.
20.00 kilometer(s) from Bekasi, a city in West Java, on the eastern border of Jakarta. It serves as a commuter city for Jakarta but also has its own trade and industry, including a significant processing sector.
23.00 kilometer(s) from Depok, nestled between Jakarta and Bogor, Depok comprises the southern suburbs of the Indonesian capital. The city is well connected to Jakarta by MRT, BRT, commuter train, bus services and toll roads.
18.00 kilometer(s) from Tangerang Selatan, also known as South Tangerang is a city located in the Banten Province, 30 kilometers west of Jakarta and adjacent to Tangerang City, which houses Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
5.00 kilometer(s) from KidZania, an indoor family entertainment center that allows children to role play in adult jobs. Partnered by several major companies, it is a great way for kids to learn about the real world. Located in the Pacific Mall, the Jakarta attraction is one of 24 KidZania locations worldwide.
14.00 kilometer(s) from Ancol Beach, is the main beach resort of Jakarta. Nestled on the coast in North Jakarta, between Kota Tua (Jakarta’s old town) and Tanjung Priok, Ancol is popular beach for water sports. Ancol Dreamland is one of Southeast Asia’s largest tourism areas, with a golf course, a theme park, hotels and more.
14.00 kilometer(s) from Kota Tua, Jakarta’s old town, is a small but charming area of North Jakarta. Also known as Oud Batavia, this historic area covers 1.3 square kilometers and features a series of old buildings and museums that reflect the city’s heritage as a major Asian trading hub, once dubbed the “Queen of the East”.
12.70 kilometer(s) from Ragunan Zoo, a 140-hectare park located in South Jakarta, featuring more than 3,000 animal exhibits, including many different species of bird contained in a large aviary. Other rare animals including crocodiles, gorillas, orang-utans, tapirs and Sumatran tigers are housed in the tropical park.
13.70 kilometer(s) from Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, literally meaning “Beautiful Indonesia Miniature Park” is a cultural recreational park in East Jakarta. Covering an entire square kilometer, this vast park features a series of pavilions that capture that daily life in Indonesia’s 26 provinces.
0.10 kilometer(s) from Senayan City, is a mixed-use development located in Senayan area, South Jakarta. The complex comprises a seven-storey upscale shopping mall focusing on fashion, dining and lifestyle goods, along with an office tower and apartment building.
2.50 kilometer(s) from Plaza Blok M, is a business and shopping quarter located in Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta. It comprises a large lifestyle plaza with multiple retail and dining outlets, plus a large cinema complex with six movie theaters.
2.30 kilometer(s) from Pasar Mayestik, is a traditional marketplace in South Jakarta. Stalls sell a wide variety of goods, from fresh fruit and vegetables to meat and fish, clothing, household goods, batik material and more. Shoppers can have fun bargaining with the vendors.
4.80 kilometer(s) from Pacific Place Jakarta, located in the heart of the Sudirman Central Business District, South Jakarta, Pacific Place is a high-end lifestyle complex with hotels, apartments, offices and a large luxury shopping mall. There is also large concert hall for live performances.
With its plethora of irresistible attractions, Pacific Place is your one-stop destination for elegance and luxurious shopping.
0.10 kilometer(s) from Plaza Senayan, a three-level shopping mall with two interconnected department stores - Metro Department Store and Sogo Department Store - which specialize in designer goods and gourmet foods. The mall is located next to our hotel.
30 kilometer(s) from Jakarta Airport, also known as Bandar Udara International Soekarno-Hatta Airport
19 kilometer(s) from Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport, also known as Bandar Udara International Halim Perdanakusuma Airport