Aston to Open New Hotel and Convention Center in Surabaya

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 8 June 2012

Aston is in the process of developing its third 5-star Grand Aston hotel in Indonesia, the Grand Aston Tunjungan Hotel & Convention Center - Surabaya.

The Grand Aston Tunjungan Hotel & Convention Center Surabaya will feature 320 rooms and suites spread over 23 floors, 7 meeting rooms, a pillarless ballroom with a capacity of more than 1000 people, several restaurants and cafes including a revolving roof top restaurant and cocktail bar and comprehensive recreational facilities such as a swimming pool, full service spa and well equipped gymnasium.

Located in the very heart of Surabayas central business district on Jalan Tunjungan and connected to the popular Siola Shopping Mall the new Grand Aston Tunjungan Hotel & Convention Center aims to become one of the citys key commercial and social hubs targeting a growingly affluent and discerning Indonesian and SE Asian business clientele, as well as international conventions and exhibitions.

Surabaya is Indonesias second largest city and the capital of the province of East Java. As the main seaport and commercial center in the eastern region of Indonesia, Surabaya has become one of the largest and most vibrant cities in South East Asia and has a fast growing population of approximately 3 million.

Norbert Vas, Aston Internationals VP Sales & Marketing said, Our intention is to bring an exciting and stylish yet sophisticated and luxurious hotel to Surabaya and we are in no doubt that the Grand Aston Tunjungan Hotel & Convention Center will becone of the most intriguing hotels in the country.

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