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Best Western Opens in Solo - Central Java

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Best Western has opened the Best Western Premier Solo in Central Java.

 Best Western Premier Solo is Best Westerns first Premier branded hotel in Solo-Java, Indonesia, the city noted for its two royal houses of Mangkunegara and Kasunanan.

The hotel is located 20 minutes from Adi Sumarno International Airport and neighbors prominent local attractions, shopping centers and corporate offices. Inspired by Indonesias distinctive architectural and cultural traditions, the hotel offers 148 guestrooms and suites.

The hotel is complemented by a full array of premier facilities, including a swimming pool, fitness center and international standard spa. Business guests are well served by a business center, meeting rooms, conferencing and banqueting facilities with internet connectivity throughout the resort on demand.

With its unique history and character, Solo is the perfect city to introduce a hotel of the quality of Best Western Premier Solo, that blends Indonesian traditions with 21st century style and comfort, said Glenn de Souza, BWI Vice President International Operations Asia.

Looking at Indonesia altogether, we see many attractive opportunities for Best Western Premier, especially in light of the governments strong support for tourism and more low-cost air carriers, both domestic and international, extending their networks here, the executive added.

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