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Art-inspired family staycation package at Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta

Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta introduces an Art-Inspired Staycation Package for families with children. The luxury family retreat offers attractive savings, delectable dining, and exciting creative experiences for kids and parents alike.

A bevy of benefits

Complimentary lunch and dinner for kids under 6 years old is included, while kids between 7 and 12 years old receive 50 percent savings on all meals at Palm Court. Enjoy 10 percent savings on room rate and daily breakfast at Palm Court for two adults and two kids under 6 years old.

A thoughtful selection of in-suite kids’ activities keeps the little ones engaged and happy, while parents indulge in some much-deserved “we time”.

The Hotel offers one complimentary extra bed per suite and for additional room, a 50 percent off is applicable for extra convenience space. Stays of two nights or more receive a complimentary suite upgrade. Also included: 50 percent savings on kids’ laundry and valet parking on arrival day.

Creative inspirations

The package includes complimentary access to Museum MACAN (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara). Families can share meaningful moments and be inspired together as they explore a wonderful collection of contemporary art from Indonesia and around the world. Spread across 7,100 square metres (76,000 square feet), this cutting-edge facility is designed to ignite the imagination and immerse visitors in the joy of creativity.

Back at the Hotel, discover Jakarta’s vibrant history through an incredible in-house collection of art. Set off on a self-guided tour with the Four Seasons Art Map, which reveals fascinating facts and stories behind artworks across the property.

The story begins in the lobby, with art panels depicting the historical spice trade and the port of Sunda Kelapa, followed by paintings reflecting Batavia and its fusion of Dutch and Indonesian culture. On level 3, be amazed by the bold canvas created by visual artist I Made Hantaguna, then move to level 5 to explore artworks symbolizing the hopes of independent Indonesia.

From level 6 to 19, immerse in the diversity of Jakarta through Javanese batik, local embroidery and European-style floral paintings. The last stop is Alto on level 20, where artworks in copper, mixed media and stained glass depict the modern metropolis of Jakarta.

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Telegraph.

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  1. The self-guided art tour is a good idea. It’s something that other hotels with interesting art collections could do.

  2. Generous touch to throw in admission to the MACAN. I’ve found that a few hotels I’ve stayed at lately have arranged free admissions.

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