The Langham, Jakarta – Langham Hotels & Resorts’ first property in Southeast Asia –  has opened its doors and revealed its F&B offering including a culinary partnership with chef Tom Aikens.

The 65-storey hotel features 223 guestrooms and is strategically located within the new complex of District 8 at SCBD (Sudirman Central Business District) near the city’s most key financial, cultural and entertainment centres.

Designed by Smallwood Reynolds Stewart Stewart (SRSS), The Langham, Jakarta embodies classical design elements, effortlessly fusing glamour with urban sophistication.

Tom’s by Tom Aikens

The hotel’s culinary programme includes a partnership with acclaimed chef Tom Aikens – who has led his restaurants to accolades by the Michelin Guide – who has overseen the restaurant concept Tom’s by Tom Aikens.

Elsewhere, T’ang Court, inspired by its yhree Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant namesake at The Langham, Hong Kong, will make its debut in Southeast Asia and world-renowned Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto from New York City will satiate gourmands with haute Japanese cuisine at Morimoto.

The Langham’s afternoon tea legacy continues at Alice.

The Langham, London was the first hotel that served afternoon tea in 1865 and since then, guests continue to cherish this afternoon indulgence at all The Langham hotels around the world. In Jakarta, The Langham’s afternoon tea legacy continues at Alice.

And for those familiar with the Artesian at The Langham, London – recognised as the World’s Best Bar for several years – will be pleased to know that its latest outpost will be on the rooftop of the hotel.

Also part of the hotel’s culinary offering, The Langham Club lounge at the hotel’s 59th   floor offers complimentary food and beverage presentations and features a writer’s corner, a reading library and private arrival and departure facilities with dedicated butlers for personalised service.