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Archipelago to Open Quest Hotel in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan

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Archipelago International is expanding its Quest budget hotel brand to Balikpapan, East Kalimantan.

Quest Balikpapan, scheduled to open in early 2015, is located on Jalan Jendral Sudirman right inside Balikpapanís Superblok shopping and entertainment district, which puts guests within walking distance to E-Walk, the biggest shopping mall in Balikpapan, and the city center.

 Inside, Quest Balikpapan will feature 79 rooms and suites, together with a restaurant, coffee shop, three meeting rooms and a spa.

Balikpapan is a seaport city on the east coast of the island of Borneo, in the Indonesian province of East Kalimantan. It is the second-largest city in East Kalimantan after Samarinda, and as a coastal city, it has a number of pristine beaches including Manggar Beach, Segara Beach, Monument Beach and Melawai Beach. The city also serves as a base for nature tourism with major wildlife exhibitions nearby, like the Samboja Lestari orang-utan conservation center, the Sun Bear sanctuary and the crocodile breeding park.

ďWe are very excited to bring the Quest brand to the bustling city of Balikpapan. The hotel will be joining our two other hotels in the area, Aston and favehotel, and it follows the most recent and successful opening of Quest in Surabaya. With the brand's continued growth across the archipelago, we believe that Quest Balikpapan will become the preferred accommodation choice for budget travelers in the city, bringing a breath of fresh air to Balikpapanís vast development.Ē said John Flood, President & CEO of Archipelago International.

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