Aston Rasuna comprised of the apartment block and the hotel block. We stayed in the hotel block on the highest floor, 33rd floor. There were only 2 lifts operating and they were super slow, especially when during peak hours when people got on and off the lift.
The hotel came with gas stove and cooking facilities. There was even a microwave oven, frying pan, ladle, utensils there. The water dispenser was a useful feature. There was cable TV and one channel dedicated to children's network only 24/7 and the boys spent a lot of time glued to the TV. Their compensation, as we don't watch TV at home.
There was also a washing machine (which we didn't use) and a teeny-tiny area for drying clothes beside the washing machine. It was so tiny that the clothes drying rack couldn't be opened if the door to the area was opened.
We went swimming nearly every day we were there. The water in the swimming pool was freezing cold and after awhile, it was too cold for us. The wind was quite strong as the swimming pool was on the 5th floor. It seemed like many of the Indonesian children staying at the hotel could swim and they swam without floats.
It got dark very early over there. At 6 pm Jakarta time, it was like 7.30 pm Malaysian time. It was bright very early in the morning too. 6 am was as bright as 7.30 am in Malaysia.