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Archipelago Opens Hotel Neo+ in Bali, Indonesia

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Archipelago International has expanded its already considerable portfolio of hotels in Bali with the opening of the Hotel Neo+ Kuta Legian.

The new Hotel Neo+ Kuta Legian enjoys a perfect location for lovers of Kuta’s nightlife and shopping, as it is just down the road from Ground Zero and the popular Sky Garden Club on Jalan Raya Legian. Despite being in the heart of the action the hotel remains tucked away in a quaint and peaceful side street locally referred to as Jalan Troppozone.

The 117 rooms are outfitted with top of the line linens, a cutting edge flat-screen satellite TV, air-conditioning, mini-bar, safe and en suite bathroom with large standing shower. Wi-Fi access is free and available throughout the entire hotel.

Two meeting rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, a cute little coffee shop specializing in homemade noodle dishes, and a spa help make the Neo+ one of Bali’s most complete budget hotels in the popular tourist destination.

“With Neo and Neo+ Hotels focusing on fashion conscious millennials there could not be a better location for our 4th Neo in Bali and the first slightly more upscale Neo+ then the very heart of Legian. The hotel already received votes of confidence during private pre-screenings we’ve conducted for Japanese and Australian top tour operators and will surely be an awesome success. Right after this we will rush to Penang where the next Neo+ is due to open the heart of Georgetown,” said Norbert Vas, Archipelago International’s VP of Sales & Marketing.

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