Indonesia welcomes arrival of The Botanica Sanctuary

by | 29 Jan 2022 | Hotel Openings, Projects

Part of Agung Sedayu Group, this 166-key luxury resort benefits from an outstanding location in West Java with sweeping views across virgin pine forest and a dormant volcano.

Nature-lovers will be in their element at The Botanica Sanctuary, a stylish new property surrounded by lush greenery.

Overlooking a spectacular volcano

Tauzia Hotel Management, a member of The Ascott, has announced the launch of The Botanica Sanctuary between the dormant volcano of Mount Pangrango and the city of Bogor on the Indonesian island of Java. Part of Agung Sedayu Group, the luxury resort overlooks beautiful virgin pine forest and features 166 rooms in total, including 32 suites.

“The Botanica Sanctuary is the gateway to the mystical mountain world,” said Ipeng Widjojo, chief operating officer, Hotel Division 2, Agung Sedayu Group and member of the management board.

“With a deeply rooted sense of the extraordinary, of the highest quality and authentic hospitality, The Botanica Sanctuary invites its guests to explore the impressive nature around. We are excited to open this outstanding hotel as another of our masterpieces after Pesona Alam Resort & Spa.”

Impressive F&B options

The Botanica Sanctuary boasts an all-day dining restaurant, The Garden Brasserie, serving a combination of local and international dishes. Meanwhile, GYU Steak House serves high-quality meat straight off the grill in a venue that includes both indoor and semi-outdoor spaces.

There’s also a mountain-facing fitness centre, a rooftop swimming pool and a Jacuzzi for guests to enjoy. And a variety of functions, such as weddings and business events, can be hosted in its 614 sq m Sailendra Ballroom and multiple meeting rooms, supported by a professional banqueting service.

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