There’s a special offersat Golden Tulip Passer Baroe in June and July, Parade of Oxtail or Buntut Parade and Lemonade Fiesta!
Available at Wood 1820, a reataurant at7th floor of the Golden Tulip Passer Baroe hotel that features a comfortable area with views of Jakarta from above offers different menus from previous months.
Only with the price of Rp85.000net / portion, you can enjoy a wide selection of oxtail soup recipe from Chef Bonar Sitorus,from Buntut Rendang, Buntut Blackpepper, Buntut Kalio and Rawon Buntut. As a complement, there are also 3 types of mocktails that can be selected in Lemonade Fiesta promo that is Lychee Lemonade, Mojito Lemonade or Pineapple Lemonade for only Rp54.000net / glass.
“Our outlets always provide different menus every month to spoil the guests. After the previous successful noodle selectionsmenu, this time guests can enjoy a variety of different oxtail soup dishes with our Chef recipes that can only be obtained at the Golden Tulip Passer Baroe, “said Willy Suderes, General Manager of Golden Tulip Passer Baroe.
Golden Tulip Passer Baroe
Golden Tulip Passer Baroe is 35 floors well-equipped wih everything needed for an indulgent stay, offers an exceptional accommodations comprised of elegant, luxurious design and comfortable 330 guest rooms and suites, Ideally located in the prominent shopping center area of Passer Baroe, Central Jakarta, convenient access to textile and fashion’s shopping center, restaurants, office buildings, and government offices, less than five minutes drive to the National Monument, Istiqlal Mosque and Cathedral Church Jakarta. Escape from the bustle of the city and refresh at our lounges or pool bar then dine at Wood-1820, close the evening at the sky lounges while enjoying a panoramic view of Jakarta and companied by favourite cocktail or wine and experience simply relax at the “Bhodi” wellness center at Golden Tulip Passer Baroe, an urban oasis with swimming pool, sauna, massage room, spa and beauty saloon, reflexology and aerobic classes. Golden Tulip Passer Baroe is a perfect place to unwind in the heart of Jakarta.
Louvre Hotels Group
Louvre Hotels Group, based in Paris, France, was established in 1976 and since 2015 owned by Jin Jang Group from Shanghai. As of July 2009, Louvre Hotels has an alliance with the Golden Tulip Hospitality Group. As an International player, the group currently ranks in the position of the 5thlargest hotel group worldwide. Louvre Hotels Group operates six clearly differentiated hotel brands, ranging from economy to luxury, they are: Royal Tulip, Golden Tulip, Golden Tulip Essential, Première Classes Hotel, Campanile and Kyriad. The group has a strong presence in Europe and China (France, Netherland, Germany, Russia, Romania, etc.), North Africa, Brazil, India, Middle East and Asia (China and Thailand). Louvre Hotels Group as a key player in the International hotel industry, it now counts more than 2.426 hotels, representing a total capacity of over 80,000 rooms in more than 50 countries.
Golden Tulip Indonesia
Golden Tulip in Indonesia start on 2013s, when the hotel first opened Golden Tulip Galaxy Banjarmasin. Since than, the hotel chain expanded throughout the Indonesia, and always in line with the changing needs and expectations of our customers. Golden Tulip Indonesia the group operates currently over 14 Hotels. As part of the Louvre Hotel Group. The world’s hotel network operated by three renowned hotel brand: Golden Tulip Essential, Golden Tulip and Royal Tulip with total of more than 6 hotels Golden Tulip Essential, 4 hotels Golden Tulip and 4 hotels Royal tulip in 14 cities Bogor, Tangerang, Malang, Pekanbaru, Belitung, Pontianak, Banjarmasin, Ubud, Jimbaran, Bedugul, Ungasan, Seminyak, Sunset Road and Denpasar. Each development combines an international standard hotel chain’s commitment to the uniqueness of the local nuances and service that gives the experience of living that inspire and delight.
Passer Baroe 1820
Situated in the heart of one of the capital’s busiest districts, Pasar Baru in Central Jakarta is home to an attractive fusion of Indonesian, Chinese and Indian cultures.Built in 1820, it used to be a prestigious place, replacing the crowded Old Batavia as the site of the central government of the Dutch East Indies. Presently, even after many years have passed, Pasar Baru still maintains its glorious past. Observe and you will see a plethora of shops, many of which are owned by people of Indian descent living in Jakarta. The place is home to many interesting Indian-influenced spots to explore in a day.Pasar Baru also famous as a “Little India” in Jakarta.