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Bandung Home to Largest Ibis Hotel in Asia Pacific

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 9 March 2012

Accor has opened the largest ibis hotel in Asia Pacific.

The ibis Bandung Trans Studio with 606 contemporary guest rooms is located in the city of Bandung, West Java, adjacent to Bandung Supermal and Trans Studio, one of the largest indoor theme parks in Asia.

With new direct flights from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, ibis Bandung Trans Studio is not an only ideal hotel for the massive Indonesian domestic market but also for regional travelers.

Patrick Sibourg, General Manager of ibis Bandung Trans Studio said, We are very confident in the market potential of ibis Bandung Trans Studio, which offers the most advanced level of comfort in economy segment in the city. All 606 guest rooms convey a minimalist modern spirit, 32-inch LCD TV, internet access and in-room safe. We also have 222 rooms with connecting doors for families. With its strategic location directly adjacent to Trans Studio Theme Park and with great access to the all parts of Bandung City, the hotel is sure to quickly become the place to stay for visitors seeking out great value accommodation in Bandung.

The 22-floor hotel also features Oopen restaurant, which offers pasta and grill specialties in open kitchen concept. Oopen is open all day and serves all three meal periods.

ibis Bandung Trans Studio, is celebrating its opening with a special offer of IDR 298,000 ++ including breakfast. The offer is valid until 31 May 2012.

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