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Tue, 8 May 2018

Swiss-Belhotel Signs Hotel on Karimun Island, Indonesia

Swiss-Belhotel International has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with PT Soma Jaya Sakti for the development and management of Swiss-Belhotel in Karimun, an island which is part of the Riau archipelago in Indonesia.

Due to open in 2019, the Swiss-Belhotel Karimun, Riau Islands will offer 134 rooms, a lounge, restaurant, meeting facilities, swimming pool, gym and spa.

From left: Swiss-Belhotel International Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communication - Ms. Linie Cortez Palacio, PT Soma Jaya Sakti Director Mr Franky Yason, Swiss-Belhotel International Chairman and President Mr Gavin M. Faull, PT SomaJaya Sakti Commissioner Mr Benny Soetrisno, Swiss-Belhotel International Senior VP of Operations and Development Mr Emmanuel Guillard. Click to enlarge.

Affluent and increasingly popular, Karimun is a free trade zone located to the southwest of Singapore. The island is only 90 minutes from Singapore and 60 minutes from Batam, accessible by frequent ferry services.

Mr. Gavin M. Faull, Swiss-Belhotel International Chairman and President, said, “Karimun is fast becoming an important industrial and tourism region so it’s important to provide visitors to the island with quality facilities and services. Easy access from Singapore and Batam means more and more visitors are arriving on the island for trade, investment and tourism. Swiss-Belhotel International is proud to be managing this exciting new development. We are confident that its will quickly become a success story in this region.”

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