Swiss-Belhotel International Continues To Expand In Indonesia With The Opening Of Swiss-Belinn Simatupang
JAKARTA, INDONESIA – Global hotel Management Company Swiss-Belhotel International has extended its leading position in the Indonesian hospitality market with the launch of Swiss-Belinn Simatupang, South Jakarta on September 1st, 2015.
This group’s latest addition in its 3-star portfolio is located in Jalan TB Simatupang, the new central business district of South Jakarta. Situated right at the South Jakarta Outer Ring Road access, the hotel allows easy access to the central business district in South Tangerang, West and East Jakarta. It is also located within close proximity to the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport making it a convenient choice for the most discerning business travellers.
Swiss-Belhotel International Chairman and President Mr. Gavin M. Faull said “Swiss-Belhotel International is proud to be part of the sustained growth of Indonesia’s hospitality industry. With the market’s consistent patronage to our brand, we now have fourteen operating and a number of developing projects in Jakarta and the West Java area. The opening of Swiss-Belinn Simatupang will bring guests convenience at every level with the hotel’s perfect blend of modern facilities and staff’s efficient service.”
The hotel features 159 modern contemporary guestrooms, BaReLo, a combination of a bar, Restaurant and Lounge, 4 meeting rooms, swimming pool, spa and massage centre. Each guestroom is completed with individually controlled air-conditioning, coffee and tea making facilities and personal safety deposit boxes in each room. Wi-Fi internet access is available in all rooms and public areas.
Since its establishment in 1987, the group has expanded throughout Asia and the Middle East. It will open 20 hotels this year as it targets managing 250 hotels and resorts by 2022.
Swiss-Belhotel International currently has more than 125 hotels, resorts and projects in its global portfolio. It has a presence in China, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Turkey, Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Australia, and New Zealand.