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26 JUNE 2023

First 25hours Hotel and Serviced Residences in Asia to open in Jakarta

Opening in late 2023, 25hours Hotel The Oddbird will be one of a kind in the city’s hospitality scene.


Celebrating 25hours’ quirky and elaborate style, the hotel is currently being designed by the Swedish creative studio Stylt in close collaboration with the brand team. Future guests can expect a colourful and lush experience driven by storytelling and collaborations. The public areas form the heart of the hotel: offering a workplace for urban nomads, a vanity fair for odd birds, and a starting point for expeditions in the city. A total of 345 rooms, including hotel and serviced residences, will be available for the world travel nomads, either short or long stay periods.

At 25hours Hotel Jakarta, several unique food and beverage venues will form the social spaces where travellers and hotel guests meet and form a community, the main restaurant COPA serves south American cuisine, the Monkey Bar – known from the 25hours Hotels in Berlin and Dubai – brings European bar culture to the rooftop and a lively lobby lounge and bar, as well as a healthy pool bar add to the experience. All eating and drinking experiences are of course developed in collaboration with Carte Blanched. The hotel will also have a ballroom, themed meeting and events spaces including a karaoke lounge, and wellness facilities with an outdoor swimming pool. Staying at 25hours hotel The Oddbird Jakarta is even more fun. Every in-house guest gets complimentary drive time to explore and enjoy the city with the partnership with Mini.

District 8 is an integrated mixed-use development consisting of residential condominiums, offices, hotels, and a carefully curated shopping mall. With direct access to the Ashta mall, 25hours Hotel The Oddbird is also a short distance from the city’s landmarks and popular destinations, including the Treasury Tower (one of the tallest buildings in Indonesia), the Stock Exchange (located in a gleaming twin-towered skyscraper), the city’s celebrated nightlife and culinary scene Senopati and Gunawarman, Senayan sport complex and GBK main stadium, making it a perfect hub for discerning business and leisure travellers.

In addition to the opening in Jakarta, 25hours is planning slow but steady growth in Europe as well as further adventures overseas. In 2024, the openings of a second hotel in Copenhagen as well as in Sydney are planned. The 25hours properties in Trieste and Porto will open in 2026 according to current plans, and hotels in Budapest and Trojena, Saudi Arabia, are in the early stages of development. For future projects, 25hours is also working with well-known design friends from Stylt (Gothenburg), Studio Otto (Milan), Studio Aisslinger (Berlin) or BWM Architekten (Vienna) – but new creatives are also joining the family. True to the motto “if you know one, you know none”, there is never a dull moment in the 25hours cosmos.

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