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Accor ramps up development in Indonesia with 21 new hotels

eTN Staff Writer  Jun 01, 2011

(JAKARTA) - Accor, the largest operator of hotels in Asia Pacific, today announced further expansion of its network in Indonesia with 21 new hotels. These new hotels will be distributed throughout the archipelago and will add 4,526 new rooms to Accor's Indonesian hotel network. Today, Accor operates 40 hotels in Indonesia and has previously announced a further 13 hotels, which are in various stages of construction. With this most recent announcement, Accor has 34 new hotels committed to the country.

Michael Issenberg said during a press conference in Jakarta today: "The Indonesian economy continues to grow, and benefiting from this growth is increased business travel and tourism volumes. Accor, with its extensive and diversified Indonesian network, is capitalizing on our strong brand recognition and significant resources that we have in the country in leveraging our expansion."

Gerard Guillouet, Vice President for Accor in Indonesia, said: ‚ÄúWithin this significant expansion announcement for Indonesia are several notable developments including the first Pullman hotel for the capital Jakarta and the four Formule 1 hotels are signed with a single owner - PT Sunindo Indah Hotel. Additionally, we are delighted with the pace with which the all seasons brand has found traction in the country, with four of the new hotels sporting this non-standardized economy hotel mark.‚ÄĚ

During 2011, Accor will open 7 additional hotels, taking the network to 47 hotels by year's end. These hotels include Pullman Jakarta Central Park, Mercure Banjarmasin, Mercure Bali Kuta Harvestland, Mercure Padang, Ibis Bali Kuta, all seasons Bali Denpasar, and all seasons Yogyakarta. Beyond this an additional ten hotels of the committed hotels will open in 2012.

The 21 hotels announced on May 31, 2011:

Pullman Jakarta Central Park, 316 rooms

Novotel Jakarta Gajah Mada, 230 rooms
The Kuta Beach Heritage (MGallery), 151 rooms
Ibis Bandung Supermal, 604 rooms
All Seasons Bali Nusa Dua, 200 rooms
All Seasons Bali Benoa, 183 rooms

Novotel Banjarmasin Airport, 180 rooms
Mercure Palu, 240 rooms
Mercure Serpong Alam Sutera, 169 rooms
Ibis Makassar Losari, 200 rooms
Ibis Jakarta Senen, 198 rooms
Formule 1 Semarang, 150 rooms
Formule 1 Bali Kuta Sunset Road, 136 rooms
Formule 1 Jakarta Daan Mogot, 200 rooms
Formule 1 Yogyakarta Jend Sudirman, 186 rooms
All Seasons Bali Kuta Dewi Sri, 120 rooms
All Seasons Bali Kuta Circle, 189 rooms
All Seasons Jakarta Thamrin, 196 rooms

Mercure Pekanbaru, 230 rooms
Novotel Sentul, 208 rooms
Ibis Jakarta Cawang, 240 rooms

Accor ramps up development in Indonesia with 21 new hotels
Jakarta can expect many more hotels from Accor including its first Pullman / Photo by Luc Citrinot.

Source: Accor Asia Pacific Office

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