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Aston Opens 2-Star favehotel in Surabaya

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Aston International has opened a 2-star favehotel in Surabaya.

The favehotel Surabaya will occupy several floors of the MEX building, a well known and trendy entertainment complex located in Surabaya’s business district and within walking distance from Tunjungan Plaza shopping mall.

The hotel will feature 78 guest rooms and a board room that can accommodate up to 30 guests.

The MEX building is also home to numerous restaurants and one of Surabaya’s most popular night clubs “Blowfish”.

Aston International’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Mr. Norbert Vas, said, “We are very proud and excited to open our second favehotel in Indonesia and the first one in Surabaya. The location inside the MEX building is a perfect match for favehotels which aims to provide budget hotels that surprise and delight and bring style and great design to the otherwise rather predictable 2 star hotel segment.”

A second favehotel in Surabaya is already in the early planning stages and will feature approximately 100 guest rooms, a café shop and several meeting venues.

Other favehotels are also being developed in several locations in Jakarta and in Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Benjarmasin, Solo, Solo-Baru and Langkawi – Malaysia, as well as in various strategic locations within the Philippine archipelago.

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