|Ritz Carlton Jakarta|
|Location||Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Address||Lingkar Mega Kuningan Street, Kav. E 1.1 No. 1, Jakarta|
|Floor area||140,000 sqm|
|Design and construction|
|Developer||PT. Mutiara Permata Mulia|
|Number of rooms||278|
|Number of suites||55|
The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta is a hotel and skyscraper in Jakarta, Indonesia and 14th Tallest building in Jakarta. It is located in city center of Jakarta, near Mega Kuningan, adjacent to the sister JW Marriott Hotel. It is operated by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company. The complex has two towers that comprises a hotel and the Airlangga Apartment respectively. The hotel was opened in 2005.
The Building is 212 m (696 ft) tall and has 48 floors and 4 basements levels. Construction on the building started in April 2003 and ended in October 2004. The Hotel has 278 Club level rooms and 55 Suites
It was bombed on 17 July 2009. The facade of the Ritz-Carlton was blown away by the blast and windows had been blown out of the Airlangga Restaurant on the second storey.
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