Dian Septo Pramono Appointed as Hotel Manager of HARRIS Hotel Samarinda


TAUZIA Hotel Management is pleased to announce the appointment of Dian Septo Pramono as Hotel Manager of HARRIS Hotel Samarinda. The hotel is strategically located on the shores of the Mahakam River right next to the Mahakam Bridge which connects the cities of Samarinda and Balikpapan.

HARRIS Hotel Samarinda is an ideal place for travelers and only 3-minute drive to the Big Mall, the biggest and most recent shopping venue in town, 5 minutes to Islamic Center Mosque, 15 minutes to government offices and city center, and 35 minutes away from Samarinda International Airport.

Featuring 143 comfortable guestrooms & suites (half with stunning views over the Mahakam River), HARRIS Hotel Samarinda also offers fitness center, outdoor swimming pool, HARRIS Café, HARRIS Juice Bar, H’Spa, Dino Kid’s Club, complimentary WiFi throughout the premises and spacious car park.

The hotel also provides 3 convenient meeting rooms with combined capacity for up to 180 people and also the sizable Mahakam Ballroom which can accommodate for up to 1,500 people.

“My career in the hospitality industry has brought me to places I’ve never dreamed of – like for instance in 2007, I got a chance to be stationed in Doha, Qatar for more than 4 years before coming back home. I’m very glad I decided to build myself a career in this industry,” added Dian, “and I’m really eager to make the second-ever HARRIS Hotel in the island of Borneo a major hit in town!”

Dian is actually no newbie to TAUZIA Hotel Management. Prior to this assignment he spent six months as Executive Assistant Manager at HARRIS Hotel & Conventions Bekasi. In total he has more than 18 years of experience beginning at Pavilion Apartment Jakarta by Marriott International as Housekeeper to his posting as General Manager at FAVE Hotel Langkawi Malaysia in 2013.

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