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Archipelago Opens its First Hotel Neo in Bali

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Archipelago, the Indonesia-based hospitality company which was formerly known as Aston International, has opened its first Hotel Neo in Bali.

 The Hotel Neo Legian – Jelantik, a totally non smoking property, is located on Jalan Patih Jelantik around the corner of Jalan Legian within easy walking distance to the centers of Kuta and Legian in close proximity to the night life spots around Poppies Lanes and Ground Zero.

The new Hotel Neo features 101 rooms with a full set of amenities and facilities such as mini-bars, café makers, vanity mirrors, hairdryers and top of the line beddings and linens.

Archipelago International plans to open a third Hotel Neo as early as mid-April in the heart of Jakarta’s Blok M on Jalan Melawai and a further three in mid-summer, one of which in Jakarta and two more in Bali.

 By 2014 the new brand will launch several more hotels in Bali and Jakarta and celebrate its arrival in other Indonesian cities such as Bandung, Medan, Palangkaraya, Samarinda and Solo.

The new properties will feature between 90 and 130 rooms an all day Noodle - Cafés.

"We have carefully timed this opening to be in line with the Tour Operator contracting season which traditionally starts in April and have been able to gain widespread support from Europe over Japan to Australia promising that the new NEO will have a very diverse, international and interesting guest mix" said Norbert Vas, Archipelago International’s VP Sales & Marketing.

The first Hotel Neo in Indonesia just opened recently in Jakarta.

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