Aston Opens 4th favehotel in Bali

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 22 October 2012

Aston has opened its 4th favehotel on Indonesias most popular resort island of Bali.

The favehotel Bypass Kuta - Bali enjoys a privileged location on Jalan Bypass, Balis main artery.

The newest favehotel, the 4th on Bali, and the 15th in Indonesia, features 160 rooms and suites that offer guests quality bed linens and duvets, state of the art air-conditioning and complimentary WiFi.

Hotel facilities include an all day dining restaurant and coffee shop, a courtyard swimming pool, in-room massage treatments, purposeful meeting rooms and a small bar.

Aston Internationals Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Mr. Norbert Vas, said, With more and more low cost carriers offering lift into Bali and a growing Indonesian and regional middle class it makes perfect sense for us to offer several select service faves on the island. These hotels sell out often just days after they opened and are while inexpensive still up to the highest international standards and even outperform some 4 and 5 star hotels in areas such as beddings and WiFi.

Aston just recently opened select service favehotels in Balis fashionable resort villages of Umalas and Seminyak and has announced plans for further favehotels on Kuta Square and in Legian and Petitienget.

The company also operates several 5 and 4-star Aston Hotels and a group of high-end boutique villa resorts under its Kamuela Villas label as well as two 3-star Quest hotels in Kuta and in Tuban.

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