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Aston signs City Hotel on Bangka Island, Sumatra

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Aston has signed a management agreement for a new three star Aston City hotel in Indonesia.

 The Aston Soll Marina City Hotel on Sumatra’s Bangka Island, will feature 120 modern and functional rooms and several meeting rooms as well as a contemporary café and Karaoke entertainment facilities.

Bangka Island is the largest island of Indonesia’s Bangka Belitung province and is located East of Sumatra half way between Jakarta and Singapore making it a popular business, meeting and vacation spot in the region and one of Indonesia’s fastest growing hotspots.

Norbert Vas, Aston International’s VP of Sales & Marketing said “The Aston City Hotel brand has struck a nerve with frequent business travelers by prioritizing on what really counts and makes a hotel a winner – the basic 3 Bs. The 3 Bs are Bed, Bath and Breakfast and Aston City Hotels strive to offer the very best sleeping, bathroom and breakfast experience in the 3 star segment and outperform many 4 star hotels.”

Aston International started the Aston City Hotels two years ago in Pekanbaru. Besides the already operational hotels in Pekanbaru, Ketapang and Manado the Aston group will open additional Aston City hotels this year in Jakarta-Cengkareng, Bandung, Samarinda, Tanjung, Palembang and Karimun and has several others projects in its business development pipeline.

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