Hotel Santika Premier Hayam Wuruk Jakarta
BRIDGING OLD AND NEW
IN THE HEART OF THE CAPITAL
Situated just north of Gambir railway station the Monas monument, Jl Hayam Wuruk is a major thorough fare connecting the city’s old and new districts. Constructed un 1648 by the famed Chinese engineer Phoa Beng Gan, Jl. Hayam Wuruk, known in Dutch colonial times as Molenvliet Oost, was home to some of old Batavia’s grandest houses. Today, the street lies at the heart of thriving business district, with an abundance of shops and offices and a bustling atmosphere day and night.
Close to Jakarta’s old city, now being gradually restored to its farmer glory, and with easy access to all parts of the city via the city’s bus way system, Jl. Hayam Wuruk makes both a convenient and fascinating base for both tourists and business people a like.
Business and leisure travelers seeking the any up-market comforts af a top-quality hotel will find all these and more at our four-star Hotel Santika Premiere, where world-class standards of service are seamlessly combined with a uniquely Indonesian touch.