It’s all in the luxurious details: Southeast Asia has a dazzling new hotel

When you make a purchase through the links in this article, we may earn a small commission. Our journalism is independent and not influenced by advertising. Learn more    When you walk into a Langham hotel, you can expect plenty of luxurious details and opportunities to indulge. You’ll find both in spades at the company’s newest location, its first in Southeast Asia: the Langham, Jakarta, which just opened its doors in the Indonesian capital’s Sudirman central business district. In the lobby, guests are greeted by a massive chandelier of 3,000 crystal butterflies. Created by the Czech lighting design company Lasvit, the intricate piece was inspired by Indonesian rainforests — which are full of the fluttering creatures — to set the mood at the 65-storey spot. The grandeur continues in the hotel’s 223 guest rooms and suites (from $267), all of which feature marble-clad bathrooms, free-standing soaker tubs and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the city. For a real splurge, check into the 3,617-square-foot Presidential Suite, which includes access to a private elevator, a spacious outdoor terrace, and an in-room gym with an on-call personal trainer. There’s no shortage of fine dining options, starting with Tom’s by Tom Aikens, led by the celebrated chef known for Michelin-starred spots like London’s Pied à Terre and Muse. The seasonal menu is a fusion of British and French styles, featuring dishes like bone marrow pie and 45-day Himalayan-salt-aged prime rib, cooked on a wood-fired grill.Enjoy afternoon tea — a longtime Langham tradition — and bubbles at Alice, named after Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” Or have a drink at the rooftop bar, Artesian (the concept originated at the Langham, London, where it’s been ranked one of the World’s 50 Best Bars for several years). Still to come is T’ang Court, an outpost of the three-Michelin-starred restaurant at the Langham, Hong Kong; it will serve up Cantonese-style dishes, such as baked seafood rice with cream sauce in crab shell, starting next year.Up on the hotel’s 59th floor is the Langham Club, a private lounge with panoramic views, a cosy writer’s corner, a reading library and personal butler service. For quiet R&R, take a dip in the 16-metre heated indoor swimming pool on the 63rd floor (the city’s highest indoor infinity pool), or visit the Chuan Spa, which offers rejuvenating treatments, such as gua sha facials, inspired by traditional Chinese medicine. Book your stayTravellers are reminded to check on public health restrictions that could affect their plans.

It’s all in the luxurious details: Southeast Asia has a dazzling new hotel

When you walk into a Langham hotel, you can expect plenty of luxurious details and opportunities to indulge. You’ll find both in spades at the company’s newest location, its first in Southeast Asia: the Langham, Jakarta, which just opened its doors in the Indonesian capital’s Sudirman central business district.

The cosy, modern living room of the one-bedroom suite.

In the lobby, guests are greeted by a massive chandelier of 3,000 crystal butterflies. Created by the Czech lighting design company Lasvit, the intricate piece was inspired by Indonesian rainforests — which are full of the fluttering creatures — to set the mood at the 65-storey spot.

Enjoy a soak with a stunning view over the city in the Executive Cityscape room.

The grandeur continues in the hotel’s 223 guest rooms and suites (from $267), all of which feature marble-clad bathrooms, free-standing soaker tubs and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the city. For a real splurge, check into the 3,617-square-foot Presidential Suite, which includes access to a private elevator, a spacious outdoor terrace, and an in-room gym with an on-call personal trainer.

The dining room at Tom's by Tom Aikens, serving dishes with British and French influences.

There’s no shortage of fine dining options, starting with Tom’s by Tom Aikens, led by the celebrated chef known for Michelin-starred spots like London’s Pied à Terre and Muse. The seasonal menu is a fusion of British and French styles, featuring dishes like bone marrow pie and 45-day Himalayan-salt-aged prime rib, cooked on a wood-fired grill.

Alice is the Langham, Jakarta's spot for sipping afternoon tea or a flute of bubbly.

Enjoy afternoon tea — a longtime Langham tradition — and bubbles at Alice, named after Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” Or have a drink at the rooftop bar, Artesian (the concept originated at the Langham, London, where it’s been ranked one of the World’s 50 Best Bars for several years).

Still to come is T’ang Court, an outpost of the three-Michelin-starred restaurant at the Langham, Hong Kong; it will serve up Cantonese-style dishes, such as baked seafood rice with cream sauce in crab shell, starting next year.

Enjoy all-day refreshments at the Langham Club's lounge on the 59th floor.

Up on the hotel’s 59th floor is the Langham Club, a private lounge with panoramic views, a cosy writer’s corner, a reading library and personal butler service. For quiet R&R, take a dip in the 16-metre heated indoor swimming pool on the 63rd floor (the city’s highest indoor infinity pool), or visit the Chuan Spa, which offers rejuvenating treatments, such as gua sha facials, inspired by traditional Chinese medicine.

The heated swimming pool on the 63rd floor is Jakarta's highest indoor infinity pool.