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Best Western Opens Hotel in Bogor, West Java

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Best Western has opened an hotel in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia.

The Best Western Bogor Icon is a 16-story midscale hotel located in the heart of Bogor, easily accessible from Jakarta and Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and just 15 minutesí drive from the Bogor Presidential Palace and Botanical Garden.

Guests are offered a choice of 345 contemporary rooms, all offering comfortable bedding, mini-bars, room service, complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with international satellite channels.

The hotelís all-day dining restaurant serves international and Asian dishes, and guests can also relax in the swimming pool or work out in the fitness center.

For the MICE market there is a choice of meeting rooms, including a ballroom that can host large-scale events of more than 1,000 guests.

ďBest Western Internationalís Indonesian expansion strategy is now in full swing, and Best Western Bogor Icon is another excellent addition to our fast-growing collection of hotels across the country,Ē said Ron Pohl, Best Western Internationalís Senior Vice President of Brand Management.  ďWith its ideal location close to Jakarta and excellent transport links, Bogor is becoming a key destination for both domestic and international travelers. Best Western Bogor Icon is an important addition to our Indonesian portfolio, complementing our existing collection of five hotels in nearby Jakarta.Ē

Best Western Bogor Icon becomes Best Western Internationalís 14th hotel in Indonesia and its sixth in the West Java and Jakarta region.

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