Friday, 16 March 2012

Largest Ibis Hotel Opens in Indonesia

Ibis Bandung Trans Studio
The largest Ibis hotel in Asia-Pacific has been opened by Accor in Bandung, the capital of West Java province in Indonesia. It is the Bandung Trans Studio.

It is located in a handy spot for families visiting the area, as it is next to the Bandung Supermal and the Trans Studio indoor theme park. Ibis Bandung Trans Studio has 606 rooms, 222 of which come equipped with connecting doors for families.

A feature of the Ibis Hotel is the Oopen restaurant, which offers pasta and grill specialties in an open kitchen concept.

The Ibis Bandung Trans Studio will cater for local tourists, as well as travellers from neighbouring countries.This will be helped by new direct flights from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore to Bandung

Trans Studio theme park
The hotel’s general manager, Patrick Sibourg, said: “We are very confident in the market potential of Ibis Bandung Trans Studio. With its strategic location directly adjacent to TransStudio theme park and with access to all parts of Bandung city, the hotel is sure to quickly become ‘the place to stay’ for visitors seeking out great value accommodation in Bandung.”

Ibis Bandung Trans Studio is celebrating its opening by offering a introductory rate of 298,000 rupiah (US$32.50) including breakfast until May 31. 

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