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Archipelago Opens 100th Hotel

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Archipelago International has opened the Aston Anyer Beach Hotel, the group's 100th hotel.

Anyer, a beachside setting in Banten, is one of the most sought-after holiday destinations for Jakarta and West Javas residents. Anyer is also becoming popular with business travellers due to its close proximity to Cilegon a major coastal industrial city famous for its thriving factories and trading opportunities.

Aston Anyer Beach Hotel is located in the heart of Anyer only 90 minutes from Indonesia's capital city.

The 3-star hotel on Jalan Raya Karang Bolong features 101 guest rooms and suites, an all-day dining restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, private beach, pool table and ping pong table, a bonfire pit and a conference center which has 3 auxiliary meeting rooms.

The three meetings rooms range in size, from the smallest room that can accommodate up to 85 people, through to the largest room than can hold up to 400 guests. Each of the meeting rooms also include their own partitions, meaning they can be divided into three smaller rooms for more intimate meetings, or opened up for larger MICE events and other social gatherings.

We are very excited and proud to open our 100th hotel as the latest Aston brand here in Anyer. We have received very good response with 65% occupancy since its opened in December. Many families are coming for the weekend and also start receiving group meeting for the weekday. Not only is Anyer a stunning location for a beachside break, it is also in close proximity to Cilegon, meaning Anyer is also on the radar of business travelers that flock to the bustling industrial city. With this in mind, we are delighted to be offering Aston Anyer Beach Hotel as a MICE destination to cater to the area's business market, said Mr. Charles Brookfield Chairman of Archipelago International.

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