Indonesia’s largest hotel management chain Archipelago International has unveiled plans to open at least 12 more hotels in Indonesia in 2017, which will add to its current portfolio of over 125 properties across South-east Asia.
Openings under its select-service brand favehotel include the 75-room favehotel Sorong in West Papua; the 164-room favehotel Bandara in Greater Jakarta’s Tangerang district, close to Soekarno–Hatta International Airport; the 105-room favehotel Tuban in Jawa Timur, west of Surabaya; the 155-room favehotel Tasikmalaya in Jawa Barat, West Java; and the 62-room favehotel Madiun in East Java.
Coming online too will be the 247-room Aston Batam Hotel & Residence Batam, located just one hour from Singapore; the 123-room Aston Banyuwangi Hotel, located on the eastern tip of Java and a short drive to Bali; and the 160-room Aston Inn Pandanaran in Semarang, the capital of the Central Java province.
Meanwhile, Hotel Neo Kebayoran will launch in South Jakarta with 102 rooms while Hotel Neo Gajah Mada will add 105 rooms to Pontianak’s inventory.
In addition, there will be a 133-room Harper Cikarang, the capital of Bekasi that is also known as the biggest industrial estate in South-east Asia; and the 271-room Alana Ah Poong Sentul City, which will be positioned as an urban escape property in Jakarta.