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Aston Signs New favehotel in Legian, Bali

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Aston has signed a management agreement for its fifth favehotel in Bali, the favehotel Legian.

The new 2-star favehotel will be on Jalan Troppozone just 50 meters from the Bali Bomb Monument on Ground Zero and feature 150 guest rooms, a café shop, several meeting rooms and an oversized 30 meter long outdoor swimming pool.

Currently there are 2 favehotels in operation in Denpasar, Bali and Surabaya and another 15 under development with the next opening scheduled for April this year in Seminyak, Bali and a series of hotels set to open in fall this year in Jakarta, Jogjakarta, Makassar and Langkawi, Malaysia.

Aston International’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Mr. Norbert Vas, said, “Our first favehotel in Bali, the favehotel Teuku Umar in Denpasar, has been achieving a strong yearly average occupancy of 96% and our second one, the favehotel MEX Building in Surabaya, enjoyed a 100% sell out only three days after it opened. Both hotels also received many positive reviews from customers. Hence we are expecting our favehotel brand to be the market leader in the select service category. The new hotel in Legian will enable us to serve the growing demand for international standard budget hotels and is positioned to do extremely well via direct distribution on the Internet and in Australia as well as Japan.”

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