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Jakarta hotels reopen after suicide attacks

2009-07-30 09:35 BJT

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The two Jakarta hotels attacked by suicide bombers almost two weeks ago have re-opened for business. The JW Marriott spokeswoman said the hotel has made changes to its security system and is ready for bookings again.

And the Ritz-Carlton already has guests booked to stay on Wednesday night, after making some security adjustments. The Ritz-Carlton spokeswoman said the hotel is operating as normal, while reconstruction is continuing at its Airlangga restaurant where one of the bombs went off.