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Aston Opens First Quest Hotel in Semarang, Indonesia

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Aston has opened its first 3-star Quest Hotel in the central Javanese City of Semarang.

Located in Semarang’s bustling Simpang Lima area, the Quest Semarang offers 155 rooms and suites, state of the art meeting facilities and a grand ballroom that suitable for large conferences or weddings. It is within minutes from Ahmad Yani airport as well as the Semarang’s central Tawang train station.

Norbert Vas, VP Sales & Marketing Aston International, said, “The Quest Semarang is a unique hotel and a perfect ambassador product for the Quest brand as it combines the value of premium budget hotel with inspiring designs, creative hospitality concepts and state-of-the-art technology for travelers seeking a stylish yet unpretentious environment.”

Aston entered the Indonesian market in the late nineties and has an underlying portfolio consisting of 38 properties including hotels, condotels, resorts, serviced apartments and boutique villa resorts, of which 28 are operational and 10 under development and due to open between now and 2011.

Aston properties currently operate under the 5-star Grand Aston, 4-star Aston, 3-star Aston City and Quest and 2-star fave Hotel brands but the company is also developing Luxury Villa resorts under the Royal Kamuela and Kamuela labels as well as a selection of non-standardized and unique boutique properties.

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