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Archipelago to Open Hotel Neo in Bandung, Indonesia

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Archipelago will open its 13th Hotel Neo in Indonesia in June 2015.

Hotel Neo Dipati Ukur Ė Bandung is located on Jalan Dipatiukur close to Dago, one of the iconic areas of Bandung city. The Paris Van Java Shopping Mall is reachable within 30 minutes by car, as is Bandung Airport. The Bandung train is just 20 minutes from the hotel and 30 minutes to the Rumah Mode Factory Outlet.

As the first Hotel Neo to open in Bandung, West Java, the new Hotel Neo Dipati Ukur - Bandung will feature 88 rooms with a choice of double or twin beds.

 Rooms will be outfitted with top of the line beds with high knot count cotton linens for a refreshing night's sleep, flat-screen satellite TVs, individual control air-conditioning, mini-bars, safes and en suite bathrooms with large showers.

Free WiFi access will be available throughout the entire hotel. Additionally, the hotel will feature three well-equipped meeting rooms and a small coffee shop specializing in homemade noodle dishes.

ďBandung is fast becoming one of Indonesia's most up and coming cities. With a great range of tourists flocking to the area for the food and shopping culture, our contemporary and stylish Neo brand is destined to fit right in, and we look forward to increasing our presence in Bandung further in the future,Ē said Mr John Flood, President and CEO of Archipelago International.

Bandung is already a popular weekend destination for residents of Jakarta. The cooler climate of the highland plantation area, the varieties of food, the cheaper fashion shops, golf courses, and the zoo, are some of the attractions of the city.

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