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Largest economy hotel in Asia Pacific opened in Bandung

Farah Fitriani Faruq
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Largest economy hotel in Asia Pacific opened in Bandung
International hotel operator Accor officially opened the largest ibis hotel in the Asia Pacific region - the ibis Bandung Trans Studio - in Bandung, West Java on Thursday. The ibis Bandung Trans Studio has 606 contemporary guest rooms and it is located in the heart of Bandung, adjacent to the Bandung Supermal and Trans Studio, the largest indoor theme park in Asia. “We are very confident in the market potential of ibis Bandung Trans Studio, which offers the most advanced level of comfort in the city’s economy segment,” Patrick Sibourg, the general manager of ibis Bandung Trans Studio said in a statement to The Jakarta Post. He said that all 606 guest rooms conveyed a minimalist modern spirit, 32-inch LCD TV, Internet access and in-room safes. The hotel also has 222 rooms with connecting doors for families. “The hotel is sure to quickly become the place to stay for visitors seeking out great value accommodation in Bandung,” he added. In addition, the 22-floor hotel features Oopen restaurant, which offers pasta and grill specialties in an open kitchen concept. It is open all day and serves all three meal periods. With new direct flights from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, ibis Bandung Trans Studio is not only an ideal hotel for the Indonesian domestic market but also for regional travelers. Accor is the largest hotel operator in Indonesia and has built up a hotel network of 46 hotels in 18 cities, which is still growing. (nfo) taken from The Jakarta Post

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