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Archipelago Opens Second Hotel Neo in Bali

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Archipelago has expanded its Hotel Neo portfolio in Indonesia with the opening of a new property on Jalan Gatot Subroto in Denpasar, Bali.

The 112-room Hotel Neo Gatot Subroto will target Balis growing MICE market with its 3 meeting rooms grouped around a covered but essentially open air pre function space that ideally suited for cocktail receptions, caf breaks and BBQ parties.

The hotel also offers guests free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, express check-in and check-out facilities and ample parking space.

Down time can then be enjoyed at the hotel's swimming pool and the Noodles Now coffee shop.

Indonesias phenomenal economic growth and an ever growing and more and more affluent middle class set to soon represent 140 million people as well as demographic shifts towards a younger and more style conscious consumer have increased demand for affordable life-style hotels fully equipped with complete facilities. Neo hotels answer this demand by offering a chic hotel concept with amenities that are usually found in more expensive hotels. Considering that Bali is one of the top tourism destinations in the world, we are confident that Neo Gatot Subroto - Bali will be another welcome addition to our Neo portfolio in Bali which will soon also see hotel openings in Kuta, Legian and Petitenget, said Norbert Vas, Vice President Sales & Marketing Archipelago International.

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