Have you ever wondered where celebrities, foreign dignitaries and rich entrepreneurs sleep whenever they stay in Jakarta?

On this article, I listed the most expensive rooms and suites currently available in Jakarta. Most of them are generally not available on booking engines like Agoda so I contacted each hotel directly to enquire about the rates. The prices may fluctuate throughout the year so I asked a few dates and calculated an average price.

All prices are net (after tax and service charge).

Hotel Mulia Senayan - The Duke Suite - 15,730$ / Night
This is the most luxurious and most expensive hotel room in Jakarta. The suite occupies 595m2 split in two wings, one for living and one for entertainment. The master bedroom has a 3,5 meters long bed (almost twice as large as a normal king size bed) and a 55-inch TV. The bathroom has golden bath and shower fixtures from designer Sherle Wagner. A free bottle of Dom Perignon Champagne is included in the price.

Hotel Raffles - Raffles Suite - 12,100$ / Night
The 390m2 Raffles Suite features an all-marble bathroom, 2 bedrooms with king size bed and a massage room. It seems a bit overpriced compared to what the competitors are offering but this property is brand-new and has the highest ratings on Agoda for a Jakarta hotel (read comments here).

Dharmawangsa Hotel - Presidential Suite - 10,792$ / Night
The 443m2 suite is decorated with Javanese artifacts and furniture. Occupying the top floor of the hotel, it is actually a villa with its own plunge pool, two bedrooms, a working space, a living room, a kitchen and two terraces.

Ritz Carlton Pacific Place - Presidential Suite: 9,200$ / Night
On the 25th Floor of the Ritz-Carlton Pacific Place, the 340m2 Presidential Suite features its own dining and living room, an oversized marble bathroom with Bulgari amenities, a King master suite with a 360° view on Jakarta and a 46-inch LED TV with Bang & Olufsen sound system.

Ritz Carlton Mega Kuningan - Presidential Suite: 9120$ / Night
The suite is similar to the one of its sister property in Pacific Place, except that it is larger at 401m2. You have an oversized jacuzzi, a 55-inch LED TV, robotic toilets and a luxuriously-appointed living room.

Four Seasons - Presidential Suite: 8,816$ / Night
The Four Seasons recently reopened in a brand-new location on Jalan Gatot Subroto. Their Presidential Suite is not available yet, but you can already book it for early 2017. Located on the 19th floor of the hotel, it is 330m2 and was decorated by the interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud from New York. It features a study, a living room, a dinner room with a massive crystal chandelier and an oversized bathroom with a deep-soaking tub.

Grand Hyatt - Presidential Suite: 8,800$ / Night

The best suite of the Grand Hyatt Hotel Jakarta is 315m2 large. It has its own covered terrace, a working area, separate dining and living rooms and an all-marble bathroom with a jacuzzi.

Mandarin Oriental - Suite Mandarin - 8,470$ / Night
On the last floor of the Mandarin Hotel, this relatively small suite (200m2) is decorated with refined taste. It boasts a kitchen, a state-of-the-art home theater, a study and a spacious bathroom with a soaking bath.

Kempinski Hotel - Presidential Suite: 7,538$ / Night
This huge 412m2 suite comes with a full kitchen, an entertainment center, a powder room and a lounge. The bedroom has a stunning view on Bundaran HI, one of Jakarta's iconic landmark.

Fairmont Hotel - Presidential Suite: 6,655$ / Night
The Presidential Suite of the Fairmont Hotel is 303m2. It features a living room, a gym, a marble bathroom, a small kitchen and a private massage room. 

Shangri La - Presidential Suite - 6,547$ / Night
A 370m2 suite considered among the best hotel rooms in the city. It is located on the highest floors of Shangri-La with a huge bedroom, a bathroom with a jacuzzi, a dining area, a kitchen and a sitting room. President Obama slept there when he was in Jakarta in 2010.

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